Please believe us when we say that this has not been an easy decision.
You were there from the beginning. Our clients found you endearing. They asked about you by name. And you were always “good” to us (in that evil sort of way). But it’s not you. It’s us. We’ve changed.
We’ve realized that we can (and want to) do good with our creative efforts. Not just 50% of the time. But 100% of the time. We want to work for non-profit organizations and social entrepreneurs. We want to help propel companies that make social good a priority in their business. We want to just do good work.
We will never forget all that you’ve taught us, but we have to say good-bye.
April and Wendy (formerly Good and Evil Creative, now Just Works)
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