You wear a lot of hats. Let’s take designer / developer off the list so you can get back to doing what you do best.
Our tailored services and supports were created to wipe away the frustration of going it alone. From logo design and brand building, to print design and production, even website or blog development, we’ve got you covered.
Artists, innovators, craftspeople, writers, non-profits, and local businesses are just a few of the talented folks we enjoy lasting partnerships with…perhaps you’ll be next?
Your Creative Partners
Mix web development, graphic design, and print production with a passion for indiepreneurs and their businesses and you get Pauselius Creative. More specifically: Darice and Matt, a 30-something mom-and-pop who prefer donuts to cupcakes – and downtown to department stores.
Your business goals are as important to us as they are to you! Seeing small, independent businesses succeed has given us a thrill for as long as we can remember. For us, being able to support other business owners with our time and talent is nothing short of a dream come true.
Our studio is nestled in the Pocono Mountains of Northeast Pennsylvania. From here we serve local and international clients through comprehensive design, brand building, and personalized support.
What’s in a name?
Pauselius Creative is just that: two Pauseliuses providing creative services. We’ve existed under other names in the past (Ordinary Tuesday, DPStudio, Mighty-Flighty, Two Hands Creative, HeSheUs) but eventually decided a back-to-basics approach was best for us. Curious? We wrote all about our experience…
How do you say that?
While it may seem intimidating at first (especially in print) it’s pretty easy to say. Try this: paw·seal·e·us. Oh, and if you’re wondering, Darice is: da·reese.
Are you Greek?
This one we hear quite frequently. Folks see Pauselius and think Greek. It must be something about that ‘ius’ ending…? At any rate, Pauselius is Matt’s surname (Darice’s by marriage – she used to be a Pappalardo!) and after a little digging, we’ve discovered that it’s most likely German by way of Swedish royalty. Really – we wouldn’t make this up!