The time has come to
put the old dog down.

Beagle was always built to be temporary. A launching pad to new things. When Beagle started, we gave ourselves a few benchmark goals and a 5-year timeline. We would refuse to work with clients or projects that didn’t align with our interests; we would charge what our work was worth, not only what OKC would pay; We would use this project to leverage new and exciting opportunities on our own terms.

Well, we are two years early, but we feel like we have accomplished all of these goals. Projects have wrapped. Bills are paid. Doors have opened.

We still have a few projects coming out in the next couple weeks and some that won’t wrap until the end of the year but we will no longer be taking on new clients. We believe it is some of our best and strongest work.

Jordan will be investing full time into Temporary Studio; a new nonprofit focused on opening up creative opportunities in underserved communities.

Elizabeth has been asked to head a new design wing for a larger Digital Studio and its all hush-hush for now.

The point is — it’s time to celebrate, and we will be doing so in a few different ways. Over the next few weeks, we will be releasing some documents that we wish we had access to when we first started out. Things like our pricing structure, our robust series of project guidelines, presentations, and documents like our 15-page Visual Identity Guide and our 50 page Voice Identity Guide. All of this will be free for any of you to use as you see fit.

We are also going to release some videos, articles, and short posts detailing some of the things we have learned along the way.

But forget all of that learning bullshit. What about the drinking? No good funeral ends on tears. It ends with copious amounts of alcohol. It just wouldn’t be a Beagle party without a healthy amount of alliteration.


We’re going to drink, talk about the past few years, play some music, and enjoy the company of friends and enemies alike.

Come to say you’re gonna miss us. Come to say “don’t let the door hit you on the way out.”
Come hang out with us in a big empty studio, July 30th at 7 pm.