Solving problems is what we do best. And let’s be honest, outdated web design, inconsistent branding and lack of rich, engaging content are big problems when it comes to your marketing.

It’s our job to listen to your concerns and guide you in the right direction. We work closely with you to come up with a strategy that will deliver the results you are looking for. Whether your end goal is to increase organic search traffic, create a presence on social media, or completely rework a logo, we see the challenge and create measurable solutions.


Tish Flooring

Branding and Web Design Project


Southcross felt the best way to introduce their new product would be at an upcoming trade show. The only problem: they had no printed or digital information on Leak Alert (including a logo).

They came to Roundpeg for help…and needed everything within 5 weeks.

Tish Flooring

Branding Project


Boxer Girl LLC, develops parcels of land that are in need of redevelopment and revitalization.

Our challenge was to create a strong, professional looking brand and avoid any misconceptions the company name would create.

Home to Indy

Branding & Web Design Project


Toast restaurant is really two restaurants in one. A typical neighborhood diner by day but as the sun sets, the atmosphere changes and Toast becomes a destination for cocktails or an upscale dinner.

Our challenge was to convey the dual personality with a brand that was comfortable and classy with a spark of humor.

Home to Indy

Logo Design Project


Home to Indy’s Paula Henry has forged a unique brand all her own which doesn’t rely on a national real estate company’s brand.

Her logo, a cold, generic compass, didn’t convey how comfortable and easy it is to work with Paula to buy a home.

Tish Flooring

Web Design Project


Tish Flooring provides customers with budget savvy flooring options. They’re also a fashion forward company which understands the latest trends in design and home decor.

Tish Flooring needed a modern, stylish site to wow visitors.

Randall Foods

Strategy Project


Randall Beans had a big following among grandmothers, but wanted to tap into a younger audience of cooks across the country.

They knew they needed to be on social media, but didn’t know where to start.