What is Average Greatness™?

Average greatness is twofold. First, we are average, down-to-earth country folk who want to use our talents to do great things. Second, and perhaps more importantly, helping businesses and the people behind those businesses succeed raises the average expectation in those industries. Greatness is achieved when our clients lead the change in those environments.

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Whatever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord rather than for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the reward of the inheritance. It is the Lord Christ whom you serve.

Colossians 3:23-24

Award-Winning Design.

Average Greatness for great companies results in award-winning work. Even our peers have endorsed us through this list of notable design awards.

Montana Folk Festival
1) TMT Media Awards – Campaign
2) Content Creator Award – Web Design

Gateway Community Credit Union
Summit Creative Award

Rain City Fish
Summit Creative Award
Brand Identity

GD Creative Award
Brand Identity

Boulder Creek Packs
Graphic Design USA Award
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Coffaro’s Bakery
Graphic Design USA Award
Brand Identity

Kevin Piazza Doodl Creative Studio

Howdy. I’m Kevin.

I‘ve been a designer since I was 12—it’s true. The American Lung Association ran a billboard design contest in 1987, and I won. The only parameter was to “Tell people why they shouldn’t smoke.” So I drew a skeleton’s arm poking out of a grave scissor-gripping a cigarette. The headline read, “Don’t Smoke.” Nailed it.

Since the billboard contest, I have excelled in artistic and creative settings. I attended the Art Institute of Seattle from 1996-1998 and was hired as a full-time designer at a Seattle design agency in 1997, several months before I graduated. There, I worked on projects for notable companies such as Starbucks, Microsoft, and the Utah Jazz.

In 2007, my brother and I started a creative agency, which eventually became Doodl Creative Studio. I’ve done work in New York, South Carolina, Louisiana, Minnesota, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and of course, my home state of Montana.

At one point, we had five employees. But as life goes—things change. In 2014, my brother moved away and I was left to run Doodl solo. My current business model is to stay small but use a network of qualified colleagues to help with large projects as needed. No project is too big or too small. I love helping people succeed. That’s my story—what’s yours?