As time goes on and companies change, their brands grow and develop to represent those changes. Through our creative process at OtherWisz, we always return to our four key phrases as an anchor to the work we do: Ask Why, Look Closely, Learn How & Try More. Our methods are multifaceted, enriching, and at the end of the day, they are rewarding. Each one helps deliver our message: design is a process of unfolding — it happens over time and it can be transformational. As we reflect on the state of the OtherWisz Creative brand, the final phrase Try More comes back time and time again.
At one point in the history of Downtown Buffalo, The Gutman Building, located at 19 Elm Street, would have been a dime a dozen. Today, the historic building stands alone, on the corner of Elm and South Division. The rest of the block is essentially one giant parking lot.
OtherWisz Creative Relocates to Downtown Buffalo
The biggest change to happen in the 18-year history of OtherWisz Creative occurred earlier this month. We’ve relocated our office to a renovated factory in downtown Buffalo. After being “cooped up” in our barn for almost two decades, our team needed more space and a change of scenery. We started planning the move last fall — a process that involved internal discussions on our wants, needs, and plans for the future. We spent a couple of months scouting potential locations, determined to find a new home for our business in Downtown Buffalo.
Buffalo, NY – OtherWisz Creative principals and husband and wife team Mark and Jill Wisz have announced their full-service creative studio has relocated to a 4,000-square-foot space on the fourth floor of the Gutman Building at 19 Elm Street in downtown Buffalo. Previously, OtherWisz Creative was located in a 1,600-square-foot renovated barn in Buffalo’s Elmwood Village.
The Girl Scouts of Western New York announced “Women of Distinction,” a girl-led event, that will be held at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens in Cheektowaga, NY on Thursday, September 20, 2012.