Meticulous Design Co. consists of Matt Blaisdell, a designer with nearly 10 years of experience in the design field.
I have always favored being at the intersection of brand development, user experience, advertising, illustration, and a get-shit-done mentality. Over the past ten years, I’ve worked with companies spanning the consumer retail, healthcare, user interface, and digital experience design, product packaging, brand development, and non-profit realms.
Over that time, I’ve sought out much more than just design for the sake of design but instead pushed for new brand opportunities that go against the grain.
THAT WOODEN DESK,
JEAN JACKET, BLACK COFFEE,
WHISKEY NEAT KIND OF CREATIVE.
Matt is a PA > MA transplant, currently working for one of the largest Masonic organizations in the world. For the past few years, he has worked with brands from all over the spectrum for web, print, digital, creative, and more. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife, Angela, daughter, Maisie, and two pups, Brewster & Olive.
My current role is at the 32° Scottish Rite, Freemasonry, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction as Design Director. Coming on board in 2018, I’ve had the opportunity to see out a full organizational rebrand, creative implementation of several fundraising & membership campaigns, and work with incredible team members pushing Freemasonry further than ever.
Working with integrity, creativity, and a focus on people has always been important to me. Here are some core values I strive to work by.
Strive for INTEGRITY
I’m not able selling snake oil or playing politics – I make honest, sound judgements based on fact and intuition to see out the best possible creative product.
New ideas come with the anxiety of change. Welcome it. Revel in it. Trust me, you’ll see the impact a creative mindset will give you.
SHARE THE SUCCESS
Every great project launch is because of the team backing it. Share the success to every team member who had a part to play.
SWEAT THE DETAILS
Every mark on the page, pixel on the screen or letter in print has purpose. Dive into those details and sweat every little thing.
Learn by doing
Getting out of a comfort zone only makes work better. Learn something new that can improve a project down the road.
Think big picture
Don’t just accept status quo – be a brand opportunist and explore ways of making a large impact.
PAST BRANDS & OPPORTUNITIES