Need to explain a complex process?  Educate prospects on all the uses of your products?  Create a more engaging presentation for your message?  Illustrations and infographics are great tools for accomplishing these goals and more.  From basic iconography to complex animated illustrations, or team can help make any message more engaging.

bioMérieux - Lyme Awareness

Working with the CDC and bioMérieux, our team developed these informative infographics to help educate the world on the dangers of lyme disease and the steps to take to prevent it.


bioMérieux - My Role Matters

Our team work with bioMérieux developed this series of infographics along with a microsite and animation to increase awareness of global antibiotic resistance and to encourage best practices among the general public, healthcare professionals and policy makers to avoid the further emergence and spread of antibiotic resistance.


“Content precedes design. Design in the absence of content is not design, it’s decoration.”

- Jeffrey Zeldman

MRHFM Law Firm

Our team works with the MRHFM law firm to help people better understand Mesothelioma, how they or their loved ones may have contracted the disease, and how they can be helped.



To help educators better understand the importance of keeping their parents and communities informed, our design team created a series infographics on school safety and bullying.


American Equity Mortgage

To the average person, learning about concepts like home mortgages and financing can be very boring, but they are critical decisions for most households.  To help educate customers and prospects, our team worked with American Equity Mortgage to develop these engaging infographics to help explain the mortgage process and provide insight into many of the most frequently asked questions.



Recruitment Fraud Alert

A new identity theft scam has hit the recruitment industry. It has come to our attention that fraudulent emails are being sent by fake companies posing as recruiters or posing as an employee of an organization, like Captiva, to recruit candidates.

These unofficial requests stem from Gmail accounts or fake LinkedIn/Indeed accounts and not from official company accounts. They direct users to attend a Google Hangout interview and then proceed to interview a candidate while asking for personal information. At Captiva Marketing, our first step in the applicant screening process includes an email from an official Captiva Marketing email account to schedule a traditional phone call. This request will come from an official Captiva Marketing email address and not a address. We do not request a Google Hangout nor do we use a Gmail account with our recruiting process. Initial communications will not request sensitive information, including but not limited to social security numbers, birth dates, bank information, etc. during our interview process. While giving out personal information to organizations, please be diligent. If you have any concerns about a request coming from Captiva Marketing, please contact us at 314-822-3656 and ask for Melissa Berner.

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