Well, we’re more nimble and responsive than some of the bigger agencies. No need to go through layers of account managers. Instead, you talk directly to us, the people who are handcrafting your project. That said, we’re big enough to handle complex projects with multiple deliverables using various kinds of media (see our services).
There are three of us here at Figoli Quinn, with 50 years of combined experience in graphic design, web design and development, advertising, copywriting, editing, and branding.
Web development, design & 3D animation
With a master’s degree in Visual Effects and Animation, Steven is a coding whiz and a jack of all trades. He handles web development, graphic design, and 3D modeling and rendering. Before co-founding Figoli Quinn with Tony, Steven worked as a designer and web developer at a financial services company and at other agencies. Steven is a former member of the University of Oregon marching band, and when he’s not working you are likely to find him playing any of the various musical instruments he knows.
Copywriting & web development
Bob specializes in web design and development and copywriting. Before joining Figoli Quinn, he was a freelance web developer, a copywriter at the Eugene marketing agency Cawood, and back in the distant past he was a newspaper editor and reporter. In another life, Bob might have been a bicycle courier – but he settles for occasionally hopping on his bike to deliver boxes of brochures or other items from the printer to a client.
Graphic design & web development
Tony started designing stuff with crayons and graph paper in the 1970s. Now he uses a computer. He spent years as a freelancer, designing everything from logos, to posters, to album covers, to websites. One of his clients in those days was a small start-up Eugene craft beer maker called Ninkasi Brewing Company. As Ninkasi grew, Tony joined the brewery full time as art director. And then after six years working on that one brand, Tony struck out on his own again to co-found Figoli Quinn in 2014. When he is not at work, he is probably staring at typography, playing drums or having a whiskey with friends.
That’s a good sign you need to talk with us.