We build distinct brands for the common good.

We partner with nonprofits, social enterprises, and cause-driven startups. If that’s you, say hi@hedrick.io.
Boston Cares
Volunteering for a greater Boston
Cause.Work
Connecting conscientious leaders with ethical brands
EMME Solutions
Leveraging corporate responsibility
Kennedy Democrats
Electing a new generation of Pennsylvanians
People Like Us
Starting arts programs for people with developmental differences
Anthology Lancaster
A pioneering eco-friendly salon

From fighting voter suppression to climate change, we empower leading causes through design and strategy.

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Services
Web Design & Development
Logos & Visual Identities
Brand Strategy
Messaging & Copywriting
Fundraising Campaigns
Content Strategy

At Hedrick, the cause comes first.

Combining design and strategy.

A distinct brand is key to making a lasting impact. It's what separates the causes that receive the public's attention from those that don't. At Hedrick, we believe distinction is only possible when design and strategy come together. We work to combine straight-forward design with thoughtful strategy to build distinct brands, websites, and campaigns for our clients.

A simple and focused approach.

We’re not a big, corporate holding company agency, and we don’t want to be. They’re more concerned with numbers on a spreadsheet than they are with doing work that matters. We take a focused approach, specializing in just a handful of services. We believe this approach allows us to best serve our clients and their needs.

Our commitment to sustainability.

Brand strategy and design are incredibly powerful tools. They have the power to raise awareness, change consumer habits, and shape the world we live in. Most importantly, they have the power to create trust. We’re committed to working with brands that are actually worthy of that trust. If you employ unethical, unsustainable business practices, we’re not for you.

Not about #hustle.

But that doesn’t mean we don’t believe in hard work. We just think unrealistic deadlines, last-minute revisions, and late-night emergencies are a result of poor planning and disordered priorities. We’re not that kind of agency.