Our mission has 3 parts:


1.

Helping brands that want to do good.

We aim to work with companies who are looking to bring good things into the world and are looking further than just the bottom line. Then we throw all of our might into building an ownable brand presence. Once that's figured out, it's off to figuring out how to create brilliant campaign so people can sit-up and take notice.

2.

Helping Communities & Non-profits

We consider it a crime to not help in any way possible the organizations that help us and others live better lives. As a testament, we dedicate a major part of our efforts to helping  them become admired and respected pillars that our society can depend on. 

 

3.

Forging Powerful relationships Between Groups

We aim to work with companies who are looking to bring good things into the world. Most often we do that through the development of creative communication campaigns and good cause programs. We found that through smart planning and social awareness, 


Here's a list of services we do well:

ADVERTISING

  • Traditional & Digital Campaigns
  • Art Direction/Copywriting
  • TV & Video
  • Project Management
  • Digital Campaigns
  • CrowdSourced Events
  • Social Media Campaigns
  • PR Events
  • Brand Positioning
  • Market Analysis
  • Influencer Outreach

DESIGN

  • Logo & Identity Design
  • Branding
  • Company Naming
  • Web Development
  • UX/UI Design
  • User Experience Strategy
  • Web & Mobile Design
  • Photography
  • Motion Graphics
  • Music & Sound Design

ADVOCACY

  • Awareness Building
  • Fundraising & Crowdfunding
  • Initiative Development
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Educational Messaging
  • Health Advocacy
  • Partnership Building
  • Community Outreach Programs
  • Humanitarian Messaging
  • Corporate Citizen Guidance
  • Sustainable Advocacy

Good vs Evil has helped the national transportation board increase the likely hood of people wearing their seatbelts, with a budget that was far under what it would have normally taken to cut through the clutter.
— John Smith, NHTSA