The Internet and Branding grows in use and popularity. Companies begin to use branding and the web as a tool for reaching multiple audiences with their products, services, and messages, touching millions of users around the world and around the clock.
After tinkering with a hip hop rap career with Bogolawn Records, I started my production studio in Brooklyn, New York and called it ” RICHBUMZ Entertainment” after a quote I heard in a song called “Fighting on the Bus” by Downtown Chapter. I produce a song for Dreamworks ( that was never use, but I got paid) that stepping stone landed me in Forth Worth, Texas. My studio was lost due to bills and pawnshop, so I needed something new … 2 years went by and got sick of being the bud man and move to my home town Detroit MI. I stayed with my best friend at the time Julius Klein III, went up to the kinko’s to make my self a business card and a guy ask me how much for a logo. Never thought about doing this as a career, but I took art and graphics in school and did graffiti through the city. I gave him a price and Richbumz Designs was born. Later that year Steve Adams from “Salon Across the Park” Formally know as ” Incessions ” ask me to build a website. I din’t know how to do it, but my kids needed thing so I took a course in HTML/PHP and never looked back. (cue music ”
Baby Cham - Ghetto Story Feat. Alicia Keys)
Many blunt wraps later with families, emcee’s and using my home as a studio and home office and old designs and accomplishments, Richbumz Web Design, Ink. has been helping companies achieve their online goals for over a decade. Staffed by me and 2 other designers, Richbumz Designs provides sophisticated web services and embraces a philosophy of employing appropriately-sized technology solutions to meet their customers’ varying needs. Richbumz Designs understands that no two clients are exactly the same and that one solution does not necessarily fit all. With a unique combination of experience, creativity, and personal touch, Richbumz Designs provides what we like to consider an “evolution in design and the missing link in web services”.