Creative Services

The Office of Research Commercialization (ORC) offers creative service support opportunities to assist NC State research-based startups in creating a logo, producing branded materials, and launching a website. This service is available to all newly created startup companies that license university intellectual property.

Identity Examples

A vital step in starting your business is discovering your brand identity. A brand’s identity should be clear and meaningful, and should filter into every aspect of your business. Your brand identity comes from a few key elements; your mission, values, and voice. From these elements, we can collaboratively build a robust logo treatment, and create your startup’s identity that leaves a lasting impression.

Bay Nano Logo
Synoxa Sciences Logo
Helixomer Logo
ClearSens Logo
Comple Logo
STEM Squad Logo

Branded Materials Examples

Once you have established your startup’s brand identity, it’s time to produce the branded materials you’ll need to deliver a cohesive message and attract your audience. We can create a wide array of materials, associated with your startup. Whether you need business cards, pamphlets/brochures, stationery, pitch decks, posters or banners, we are here to help!

Bay Nano Business Cards
Comple Business Cards
DermiSense Branded Materials Package
NIRSleep Banner
OpenGait Brochure
HighEd Tech Business Cards
DermiSense Banner
NExS Flyer
ORC Informational Handout
Funxion Wear Pitch Deck
ORI PowerPoint
StageGates Pitch Deck in PowerPoint

Website Examples

In today’s world, websites are often the first connection you can make with your audience. That first impression is often made in milliseconds, based on the aesthetic of your site and brand as a whole. This means that you want a dynamic and professional website that fully aligns with your startup’s brand identity. We will help you create a professional and strong first impression.

Interested in learning more or seeing if you qualify for these free services?

Contact the Digital Content and Communications Manager, Sasha Campbell