SILVER SPRING, MD — On Friday, March 12, 2021, Beyond Definition was recognized by the Washington Business Journal as the eighth largest Visual Art and Design Firm in Greater Washington D.C. This marks the seventh consecutive year Beyond Definition has landed on one of Washington Business Journal’s lists. The top companies are selected and ranked by metro-area revenue.
“We are honored and excited to be recognized by the Washington Business Journal as the eighth largest Visual Art and Design Firm in Greater Washington D.C ,” said Debbie Bates Schrott, Founder and CEO of Beyond Definition. “I am proud of our agency and our team for ranking among the top design firms in the area for the seventh consecutive year. With the growth we’ve seen in 2020, we will continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible for clients.”
Mark DeVito, President of Beyond Definition, went on to say, “As an agency, we’ve shifted our focus away from being just a design and creative firm. But we still leverage our team’s design expertise as an integral part of our larger brand and marketing strategy. This recognition solidifies the impact and value our creative brings to clients, which is evident in many of our recent projects.”
Beyond Definition houses a team of leading designers and creative strategists, offering clients a range of brand and marketing services.
To view some of Beyond Definition’s recent design work, view the case study of a recent association merger, rebrand, and visual identity for AMPP. Or visit Beyond Definition’s Insights page featuring custom illustrations and graphics for timely brand and marketing news, advice, and strategy.