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Stylo: (Stee-Lo) – The French word for an exquisite pen. Beginning with a pen and untamed creativity, ‘Stylo’ represents the initial, inspired historical moments when the world we knew began to change. Those simple, singular creations gifted us all a glimpse into the true creative capacity of mankind. From Michelangelo’s masterpieces to the rhetoric of Renée Descartes, Stylo Creative builds upon such legacy.

Our devotion to creating beautifully captivating video content that inspires both client and consumer, originates from humanities reception of such monumental innovation.

Since its beginning, Stylo Creative has established mutually successful relationships with a wide-ranging client base. Such creative video collaboration has enabled businesses to ascend to new heights of consumer engagement and brand identity. In this we trust:

Beauty catches our attention.

Quality engages our mind.

Storytelling speaks to our soul.

These three mediums bring transformational relevance and popularity to any company seeking to establish a profitable brand. Through such gilded marketing practice and pioneering media technologies, Stylo Creative will take you to where you and your company need to be.

So, get in touch and lets change the world together.

$100 - $149 / hr
2 - 9
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Pleasant Grove, UT
  • Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
    United States


Key clients: 

ACTA, Sales Rabbit, Fluent, Stanford Football, Vivint Smart Home


Conceptualized, storyboarded, shot, animated and edited by the Stylo Creative team.

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Training Video Creation for Sales Software Provider

"It’s disruptive, valuable, and relevant to our particular audiences."

Willing to refer: 
The Project
$10,000 to $49,999
Nov. 2018 - Jan. 2019
Project summary: 

Stylo Creative ideates concepts for sales training videos, and configures the content for mobile and web-based platforms. Their responsibilities include animation, filming, and editing. 

The Reviewer
51-200 Employees
Lehi, Utah
Zac Kerr
Chief Strategy Officer, SalesRabbit
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The videos have been shared across various digital platforms, helping generate website traffic and convert leads. The innovative content has sparked interest during software demos. Stylo Creative’s communication has been marked by responsiveness and fresh ideas.

A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.


Introduce your business and what you do there.

I’m the chief strategy officer at SalesRabbit, a SaaS company that sells field sales software.


What challenge were you trying to address with Stylo Creative?

Most of our content was in text form, and we wanted to introduce a lot more video to better convey our value proposition. We wanted to have SEO-based video for Google carousels. 


What was the scope of their involvement?

It started from the ground up with Stylo Creative, and they continue to create videos for us.

For example, we were building a library of 50 videos for sales training course material. Stylo Creative put together a bunch of concepts that have been successful with our clients (e.g. talking head videos with animation). 

It was a collaborative process. The coach featured in the videos and I worked with Dillon (Creative Director, Stylo Creative) and the Stylo team to create outlines and storyboards for the animation that would represent what we were verbally communicating. 

They directed it, animated it, filmed it in their studio and edited it. Ever since then, they’ve managed the assets. For a lot of the projects, they come up with the concepts, including the animation, series, and flows. They’ve also made copy suggestions.

For a lot of videos, they’ve had to reanimate the user interface across iOS, Android, tablets, and smartphones, as well as desktop computers. This was fairly complex, and they did a really good job understanding our product and working with our product team to make sure everything was displayed correctly. 

Over time, they’ve really attuned themselves to our modality of marketing. It’s at the point now where they can generate concepts for us that are on-brand, and the assets they create first round are usually on point.

What is the team composition?

I work mainly with Dillon, but have interacted with other members on their team.

How did you come to work with Stylo Creative?

They were recommended to us by one of the actors in our training series. We had worked with other premium film groups, and while we had good results, they weren’t creating the kind of on-brand experience we were looking for. 

After looking at Stylo Creative’s assets and past projects, it was very clear to us that they’d be able to nail our brand. Also, they’re very talented with animation, and that was a pretty attractive aspect about them. 

How much have you invested with them?

We’ve invested $10,000-$25,000 with the team.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working together in November 2018, and the video was finished in January 2019. They’re still on retainer with us.


What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?

Many of our clients license the use of the videos to train their sales teams. There’s been some digital marketing impact from views generated, clickthrough traffic to our website, and lead conversion. The videos have been used in email campaigns and nurture campaigns which have generated clicks and views. 

Anecdotally, it’s helped us position ourselves as an innovative brand, and it’s generated interest and intrigue. It’s disruptive, valuable, and relevant to our particular audiences. We do 20 software demos per-day and segments of that video get used each time. It’s peaked a lot of curiosity in our software demos.

Another example of a successful project: we have a huge conference with thousands of attendees that we do annually. We created a new software marketing product and wanted to launch it there. We had Dillon and his team create this video. They put a lot of work and energy into it and delivered it within a tight deadline. It’s one one of our most-liked videos. We still use the video and are really pleased with it.

How did Stylo Creative perform from a project management standpoint?

We were only 15 minutes away from each other. Dillon is really good about showing up for face-to-face on time when he’s needed. He’s super organized and comes with ideas to discuss.

Remotely, they used, and that tool was awesome. We had multiple collaborators from our company on that tool at one given time, and Stylo Creative was very responsive. When they finished a revision or edit, they’d send us a link on and we could distribute that amongst our different department heads. They’re also very responsive via text messages, phone calls, and email. 

What did you find most impressive about them?

They generate solid ideas, and they’re committed to high-quality outcomes. It’s very clear that they don’t want to associate themselves with any low-quality projects. They take their brand and fingerprint on projects very seriously. 

Also, they’ve been able to bring a lot of extra resources to the table when we need them. For example, they’ve been willing to invest in certain equipment. If they don’t have it and they want a certain effect, they’ll go the extra mile to make sure they get it.

Are there any areas they could improve?

We’re on a retainer basis with them, and they could improve their documentation around hours used and what they’re working on. They don’t have the best solution around billing and hours logged. They just use an Excel spreadsheet, which is fine. 

However, part of that is our fault because we built such a good relationship with them now that we allow a lot of autonomy to work in the way that they do. We don’t scrutinize their time allocation or hours. We’ve been super satisfied with them.

Do you have any advice for potential customers?

Provide them with a lot of context. Give them homework. Prior to engaging them, give them a list of as much write-up as possible.

Provide them with documented direction whether it’s writing in Google Sheets or showing a video of yourself explaining what you’re trying to do. They consume your communication, direction, and vision really well. They’re responsive, and they’ll return with a lot of ideas, a fresh vision, and added direction.

Overall Score
  • 4.5 Scheduling
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer