In my estimation, Draplin is the most respected designer in North America these days. In no small part it’s because he embodies a real desire among young, (and old), designers to create logos, identities, products, and inventions that have lasting value and that are based upon the tried and true work of the past.

Marketing and advertising practitioners have spent decades formulating and re-formulating odd, complicated, and even divisive audience segmentations. Primarily, these partitions were based on age: Baby Boomers, Generation X’s (that’s me) and, recently, Millennials.

As a member organization of 1% for the Planet, Manoverboard gives the equivalent of one percent of all revenues to select nonprofit partners that are benefiting the environment.

Manoverboard is a Certified B Corporation, which means that we meet ongoing, rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.