Get ready! A new Gravity Jack is coming.

Gravity Jack In the Press

In 2009, with just five employees, Gravity Jack was founded on the belief that there was a better way to deliver custom software to customers. Six years later, the same sentiment still holds true, and we believe it has been a massive component on our path to become the successful agency we are today.

Along the way, there have been many lessons we’ve learned as we define who we are as a team. Over the last three years in particular, we’ve learned that through taking action on these lessons, our growth has been highly measurable, yet responsible. Through this, our culture has become absolutely critical to our success, and like us, it too has grown.

For the last few years, our brand has reflected who we’ve been striving to be daily. A cutting-edge, unique and unconventional agency. We’ve found that these traits create an environment that people want to be a part of – from our clients who include some of the biggest, household brand names and government agencies, to our team of amazing, talented people. The opportunity this created has helped us grow and mature into the established brand and company we are today.In the spirit of why we were founded, we know that true growth and betterment is never complete.

It is with great excitement that we can announce that we are now in the process of taking on a complete rebrand! Over the next few weeks, you’ll notice a completely new look to Gravity Jack. From a fresh new logo to a website and several other stylish elements in-between. Not to worry, we will still be the fun loving agency that you have grown accustomed to, but don’t be surprised if we get asked out on a few more dates.

These are exciting times we are embarking on, and we are writing this because we want to share them with you. The new release isn’t quite ready, but we wanted to make sure you still stay tuned in for our future endeavor. Around the office we are equating the rebrand to our favorite TV series — the new episode can’t come soon enough, but for now re-runs will suffice.