Flux Appeal is a boutique creative agency that creates remarkable identities, digital & print design and packaging for small businesses.
Flux Appeal exists to bring big ideas & beautiful design to small businesses, helping them gain greater visibility in the marketplace. We’re a boutique Orange County graphic design & creative agency with a talent for creating memorable brand stories that convey the values, personality and promise of your organization. From logo, identity and brand design to print and digital collateral, event design and packaging, we help you connect with customers through enticing visual design & engaging content.
Ready to grow your brand?
We create impactful graphic design for all of your print and on-line marketing. When you need to make a visual statement through ads, catalogues, websites, brochures, product packaging and beyond, we’ll provide visuals to entice your audience and present your product in the best possible light. In addition to stunning design, you’ll get brilliant ideas for the creative direction of your marketing campaigns.
Identity + Branding
Would you like gain greater visibility in your niche? Branding has come to small business! We’ll help you put together a unique visual and textual statement that’s impossible to ignore. Lots of small businesses are competing at greater levels by connecting with consumers through meaningful, consistent messages. We can help you get clear on how to reach your market with content that’ll help you build a following.
Branding, Identity & Photography
Ginkgo Organic Foods
Identity & Event Branding
Logo Design & Identity
“I have found Flux Appeal to be an absolute wonder in the web-world of promises that are never delivered. They took my barely functioning, unattractive web site and added both outstanding design and superb engineering to make it a web site that has given me nothing but excellent feedback from visitors. Every time I made a suggestion, no matter how outlandish or difficult, it was delivered in a form far beyond my imagining. There seems to be nothing beyond their inventive grasp.”