About

FEED is a healthcare brand experience and marketing communications studio helping medical providers, healthcare centers, and medical device companies connect their vision into a brand identity strategy that unifies patient and consumer touch points into brand experiences where people can distinctively see it, touch it, hold it, hear it, and watch it.

  • Better is not better. Different is better
    Tim Williams
  • If you can, be first. If you can't be first, create a new category in which you can be first.
    Al Ries & Jack Trout
  • A brand is the management of differences as they exist in the minds of people.
    Marty Neumeier

Brand Identity Design Studio

If we treat healthcare marketing communications like a commodity, can we fault people for thinking one medical practice is the same as another? FEED specializes in creatively and compliantly positioning you as different in the mindset of your ideal patients and consumers.

Specialties We've Worked With

Portfolio

Voted #1 Agency by American Marketing Association AMY Award for Best Cause Marketing.

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National Breast Reconstruction Awareness Posters

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FACES + Concierge Brand Launch

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Sports Medicine Just Got More Social – Print Campaign

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Fashion Week – VIP SWAG Promotional

BRA Day Ad

National BRA Day Advertisement

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Trade Show Flyer – What’s New in Fat Grafting?

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RGP Prosthetic Research Group Patient Story Videos

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FIT (Functionally Inspired Technology) Campaign

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RGP: Prosthetic Research Group Photo Shoot

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Liver Disease Needs More Heart Campaign (Print, Web + Video)

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The HALO Brand Video

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The HALO Brand – Patient Stories

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Surgical Education Video

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Surgical On-Demand Webinar Video

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iPad Patient Brochure

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Simply Explaining Complex Surgery With Storytelling

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MoneyMD Brand

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Tensys Medical – US Landing Page

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Brand Aid Webinars Campaign

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Patient Introductory Video – Spine Clinic

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Example: Brand Logo Comps

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Puregraft Website

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Website – Responsive New Website

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Brand Video: University Vascular Associates

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Vascular Surgery Photo Shoot Sample

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DFW-Vascular Website

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Patient Information Card

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The Scarless Breast Center Website Landing Page

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The Scarless Breast Center Brochure

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Practice Brand Introductory Video

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Plastic Surgery Campaign: Your Fat Can Redefine Your Youth

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Patient Rack Card

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Physician Iconoclasts Campaign

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Public Awareness Campaign

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Susan G. Komen For The Cure Advertisement

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Oral Surgery Brand Re-Positioning Introductory Video

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How we make physicians, hmm… really cool

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Promotional Poster

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Custom Keynote Presentations

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Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day

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Plastic Surgery Brand Positioning

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Vascular Surgery Brand Positioning “Restored”

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Brand Repositioning: Web Site

BRA Day Ad

Newspaper Advertisement

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Dallas Magazine Advertisement

More Natural Postcard

What Could Be More Natural Than You? Tagline Development

Print

Cartoon Creative Concept to Promote Surgical Technique

  • Better is not better. Different is better
    Tim Williams
  • If you can, be first. If you can't be first, create a new category in which you can be first.
    Al Ries & Jack Trout
  • A brand is the management of differences as they exist in the minds of people.
    Marty Neumeier

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