Emagine Creative is a full-service design firm and we are committed to designing and producing marketing tools that make that strong “first impression” for our clients in their selling venues. It’s these tools – which capture the greatness of a company’s character, culture and history of accomplishments – and when developed properly, these tools make all the difference in the growth, prosperity and future of an organization. If you need great presentations to communicate to the world, you’ve come to the right place.
Our pledge to you is to work successfully, within your budget parameters, without surprises and in delivering only outstanding results, every time.
Ralph Ruiz – the founder of Emagine Creative, has been producing Corporate Communications since the early 80s as a freelance designer, starting with developing all of the collateral for Baroid Corporation and all of their divisions (acquired by Halliburton), including their Annual Reports in working with Virginia Brooks, now owner of Brooks & Associates, Public Relations and Craig Koopersmith, now owner of the Skyline Exhibits franchise. In 1990, Virginia Brooks, who then had moved to the Greater Houston Partnership recruited Ralph in designing the Sites of Houston Exhibit, for the 1990 Economic Summit, at the George R. Brown Center. Ralph then worked at the Houston Chronicle at their Westchase Branch, winning 5 PubClub awards and signing up $6 million in advertiser’s programs. After that Ralph joined Craig Koopersmith from 1998 to 2004, at Sabre Marketing, as their Creative Director – creating various ads, brochures, websites, branding programs for the O&G Industry and in 2000 Craig acquired Skyline Exhibits – and Ralph added exhibit graphics to his line of accomplishments. In 2004, Ralph left Skyline and founded Emagine Creative and has been working hard at producing new marketing tools for mid-size to large companies ever since.
We also have long-standing relationships with the best sub-contractors who specialize in a full spectrum of web-effects / programming and printing pre-press.