Creative Overdose Studios

Atlanta, GA

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How does your service stand out?

Need a creative partner for your project? We are here! Creative Overdose Studios is an interactive design and animation studio located in Atlanta, Georgia. Our company specializes in enhancing the products and ideas of our customers! Creative Overdose Studios designs and develops an extensive array of captivating media and interactives. Our production services include animated commercials, pre-roll ads, responsive website design, brand awareness videos, explainer videos, product promo, video game animation, character designs, motion graphics, storyboards, graphic design, and interactive design!

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

At Creative Overdose Studios our production services include animated commercials, website design, video game animation, character designs, motion graphics, 3D animated shorts, storyboards, graphic design, game design and interactive design! That’s not all, we have many creative services to offer. If it’s not on the list, don’t worry just give us a call and ask. We are sure that we can accommodate your creative needs.
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Location

Atlanta, GA 30319

Years in business

9

Number of employees

5

Reviews

1 Reviews
  • Sean W. Aug 22, 2013
    I have worked with Creative Overdose Studios on several Projects thus far and must say that they are reliable and reasonably priced. Extremely good Communicators and prompt in their Delivery! I recommend this Company to anyone that owns a Small Business. Thanks for all you do for my Company Ellen J Jackson CEO of DGM www.dgmglobal.com

Q&A

What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Discovery: We’ll chat about your project, ideally face to face or over the phone. We’ll look at your goals, analytics, brand, personality, competitors and your inspiration. This will allow us both to map out what it is you’re really after. Style Tiles: Using the mood board and feedback, we will spend another day or two creating a Style Tile—a canvas of higher fidelity ideas—focusing on what’s important to you, such as personality and typography. This isn’t a website at this stage, it’s the art direction. We’ll discuss and refine it. This Style Tile will form the base of our work. Content: Before we can transform the Style Tile into a website, we need to work on the content that’ll form the base of the design. We’ll work out the hierarchy to ensure we deliver the right content to the visitor at the right time. It’ll help us make design decisions. Layout: With the content sorted, we’ll look at structuring it into some layout. At this stage, it’ll be a cross between wireframes, style tiles, and user interface work. Design: By now we have a pretty good idea of what things are going to look like. We have or content structured, our branding nailed, and some layout elements mocked up. Now it’s time to make a website! We’ll usually start with the homepage and work out from there. This phase might also include designing icon sets, illustration work, and even refining our Style Tile with any new findings to help move things along. Development: Coding the website Testing and Hand-off: Speaks for itself really, we’ll make sure everything is just right and we’re all satisfied with the results and get this all wrapped up!
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Our Team of 5 collectively hold Bachelor and Associate of Fine Arts degrees in Animation, Media Arts, Graphic Design, and Video Production.
What types of customers have you worked with?
Law groups, medical practices, small businesses, and car repair companies.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Research the company and make sure they have your best interest in mind. Creative Overdose Studios strives to exceed the expectations of the client by providing excellent quality and efficiently completing projects. We also want to make sure that your idea or concept is communicated visually. That's the most important thing.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
What is the deadline? What content will be needed, such as images, copy, video etc? Who is the target audience? Who is the competition? What are the goals of the project?