Creative

Applying strategic creativity to every design piece

At MERGE Atlanta, it’s not an oxymoron to combine strategy and creativity – in fact, it’s part of our DNA. Creative team members are deeply involved in the beginning stages of each project to gain an understanding of business objectives. Using this knowledge, we develop powerful, emotive creative that stands out in a crowded marketplace.

Our designers not only understand healthcare, they know their technology and can bring any medium to life—from websites and tradeshow exhibits to magazine ads, to infographics and PowerPoint decks. We use this deep expertise to visually communicate in ways that are clear, simple and authentic. The result truly differentiates you with a visual presence that reflects your brand persona.

Building innovative creative pieces that speak to the right audiences at the right moments

Case Study: Omnicell

Branding & Messaging

Through smart, clear and emotive branding and imagery, MERGE Atlanta helped reposition Omnicell as an innovative market leader following a series of strategic acquisitions.

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Joanna Horn Joins MERGE Atlanta as Vice President

MERGE Atlanta today announced Joanna Horn has joined the agency as vice president. to oversee client partnerships, drive enhanced performances and manage client teams.

HIMSS19 is Over: Now the Strategic Fun Begins

In the midst of the show, it’s easy to get caught up in theoretical debates about different ways to solve enduring healthcare challenges. But now that we’re back on home turf, healthcare brands must return to some ground level questions: What did we learn? And, what do we do now?

MERGE Atlanta Hires Kris Krava as Executive Creative Director

Kris Krava joins MERGE Atlanta as executive creative director to provide strategic oversight for digital and traditional marketing, creative, customer experience, and technology efforts.

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