Your roadblocks are our starting blocks. Through our collaborative onboarding process, we can help you make informed decisions about your brand, product, or strategy and solve your biggest challenges in under a week.
To build a cohesive strategy aligned with your business goals, we take a deep dive into all opportunities to authentically position your brand in the hearts and minds of your audience.
Whether building a website or an app, empathy for the end-user is the foundation on which we design everything. We get inside your audiences' heads to build high-quality digital experiences.
More than just a logo, we create a comprehensive visual language that consistently communicates who you are, while ensuring your brand stands out from the competition.
It is more important than ever to build experiences that resonate with consumers online. We create impactful content with intent, nuance and creativity.
Impactful imagery is one of the most effective tools for a brand. We direct how and what is captured to create authentic moments to use across platforms.
The new agency model is here, gone are the days of passing on the cost of high rent and junior staff. We take pride in working with some of the best independent contractors in our industry to build teams tailored to your needs. From illustration, video, photography, and website development, to media relations and audience planning, we align your project with all the right people to do the job.
Monitor Creative respectfully honours and acknowledges that we reside on the traditional and ancestral territories of many Indigenous peoples. In Moh’kins’tis (Calgary), we acknowledge the Blackfoot Confederacy (including the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai Nations), the Stoney Nakoda, the Tsuut’ina, and the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3. In Swah'netk'qhu (Columbia River Basin, Revelstoke), we recognize the Sinixt, Secwepemc, Ktunaxa, and Syilx First Nations. In K’emk’emelay (Vancouver), we acknowledge that we are on the territory of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.
With this acknowledgment, we thank the Indigenous ancestors, elders, and peoples who still live on and care for these lands.