sib•yl [sib-uhl] –noun
Any of certain women of antiquity reputed to possess powers of prophecy or divination.
Origin: 1250–1300; < Greek Síbylla Sibylla; replacing Middle English Sibil < Medieval Latin Sibilla < Greek, as above
—Synonyms: seer, fortune teller, prophetess, oracle, soothsayer.
Wouldn’t it be nice if someone could divine your future and tell you exactly what to do to achieve success?
Close your eyes and imagine that you’re in a darkened room with a sibyl. She’s swathed in shimmery purples and golds and is waving her henna-stained hands over her crystal ball. “I see it!” she cries, pointing at a spot just above the sphere. “I see your future! Can you see it?”
Actually, neither can we—at least not by using conjurers’ tricks. ‘Cause even though our name means “fortune teller,” we have no divine power, no smoke and mirrors, no “Abracadabra!” moments. Instead of plucking your company’s identity from the mist; we work hard to help you create it. We’re the kind of rare birds who combine creativity and a passion for design with practical plans so we can help you build a kick-ass brand.
At the heart of our team, Sibyl provides the strategic and creative leadership that makes the projects we do so successful for our clients. With a name that means “fortune teller” and more than 20 years of experience, Sibyl really can see your future, or more precisely the potential future of your brand when you work with us to reposition your company in the marketplace.
Most days, when she’s not plotting how to use the latest technologies to benefit our clients, experimenting with new trends in web design or brainstorming with finger puppets, she’s brewing up a new 10-gallon batch of beer or bottling a nice Moscato to share with our latest new client….hint, hint.