Oblique Technique develops integrated communication design for
public & private companies to build recognition, inspire engagement, attract investors and drive sales.
Do you want to attract the attention of the investment community?
Do you want to inspire confidence in your investment story?
Do you want to increase the market recognition?ACTIVATE NOW
Do you want to build a respected and successful business?
Do you want to increases and strengthen your customer base?
Do you want to generate higher profits?ACTIVATE NOW
Understand your clients, yourself, your business and your competition.
Align your team with principles and move towards common goals.
Develop meaningful and an easily recognizable system of symbols.
Design & Build Integrated Communication Tools based on your unique system of symbols.
Be consistent. It takes time and effort to build recognition.
Continue with evaluating the system and its success by improving where opportunities get missed.
Josh Krajina lives in two worlds, at least where his mind is concerned.
What meanings are you creating through your symbols. Are they noticeable? Are they relevant and inspiring, or are they tired and complacent?
Our advice is simple. Be confident and be yourself. But don’t be just an ordinary self, be the best self you can be.
How can you differentiate yourself enough to get noticed, attract and inspire?
Leverage your companies social media personality by following our guidance in keeping content relevant, engaging and informative.
We develop brands based on proven steps for success that work towards a common goal.
At OB/Q we design communication specifically tailored for the client and your organization.
We are happy to announce a brand new website design to feature our methodology and portfolio of work.
"Nothing happens until someone sells something."
— Thomas J Watson, the founder of IBM
"The seagull represents personal freedom, versatility, intelligence, resourcefulness and inquisitive spirit."
— Lubica Parilakova, Brand Strategist
"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest."
— Benjamin Franklin
"Clean & simple design solutions are usually the best."
— Josh Krajina, Creative Director