Mighty Good Coffee Barista Highlights

Q+M teamed up with Mighty Good Coffee to highlight some of their amazing baristas. Each interview features several photos of staff in action. You can check out the entire series (include more photos and info on the baristas below), on Mighty Good’s Instagram feed.

Three Different Websites, Three Very Different Purposes

Whether you’re launching a new program, project, or company, your going to need a website. Here three different websites we’ve designed for three very different purposes. Ypsilanti District Library: TALK The  TALK (Texting And Learn for Kindergarten) from the Ypsilanti District Library encourages parents of young children to sign up to receive texts that build … Continued

Build Community Support for Your Public Project

Municipal projects present unique communications challenges. People need to know the short-term impacts and the long-term benefits. It’s like being a teacher and graduation speaker at the same time. When done well, public projects build community support by involving stakeholders every step of the way. Midland Michigan Digs In During the summer of 2017, the City … Continued

Want Your Employees to Grow? Let Them Drive The Bus

  When you’re a parent you read a lot of children’s books. Sometimes you find one with an important life lesson. For me, that book is Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems. The story begins with a bus driver asking the reader to help with an important task: make sure the … Continued

Video: A Stellar 2016

This year we used amazing local talent and created fresh content for our unique clients. Let’s stay connected! Follow our journey on Instagram and on Twitter. We also have an email sign-up on our contact page. Check it out! Our team is looking forward to everything 2017 has to offer! —Sarah Q+M Client Success

The 9 Questions to Ask Before You Rebrand

Recently Q+M turned our rebrand-o-ray on ourselves and learned even more about the terrifying…ly exciting process of rebranding. Of course we’ve handled rebranding for clients in just about every industry including Midwestern Consulting & CHG, but going through the process ourselves helped reveal some of the more personal aspects of changing your identity (read more … Continued

Quack!Media becomes Q+M

In 2003 I started Quack!Media as a 23-year-old kid. I set up two folding chairs in an empty closet behind an Indian restaurant “office suite” and hired Jeff Jenkins and Serene Arena. Matt Rundell showed up a few months later and Quack!Media started making ridiculously low budget, but funny and effective educational videos. Thirteen years … Continued