Our team reflects our aim to give our clients a thoroughly professional experience, combining creativity with clear thinking and skillful delivery. We never forget you have a choice and good people will always be the key to enduring relationships. Our approach is truly collaborative, collective energy and creativity is paired with clear, well-defined production processes so that when we have that Eureka! moment, your project is ready to roll. Our people come with pedigree but are not afraid to roll their sleeves up, a trait that helps us keep up our tradition of delivering creative solutions with a smile on our face. When deadlines are tight, as they mostly are, we thrive on great communication, versatility and good, strong coffee.

With 2D designers, typographers and artworkers, print and digital specialists, our design team brings diversity of experience and creative perspective to the planning table. Making things happen and keeping them on track, our project managers work seamlessly with our production and installation teams to ensure that projects are meticulously checked and delivered to deadline. From brief to delivery, we’ll work with you to bring your project to life. As they say, no one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra. 

Blue Ant Design’s service and dedication is clearly a priority. Not only is the staff fantastic to work with, but they come through when deadlines are a challenge…with great attitudes!

Monica Garcia, CBS Studios International

Blue Ant always meet our deadlines, they assist professionally and quickly with all our outlandish requests. Their attention to detail is welcomed. We have worked with them since 1997 and have no intention of changing a smooth cooperative working relationship.

Rachel Masson, NBC Universal

We simply can't speak highly enough of the team at Blue Ant: we are consistently impressed with the creativity of their design and the standard of customer care before, during and after production is outstanding. No other company we’ve worked with in the industry comes close.

Katrina Jenkins, IIR