Let us be part of your success story.  Our work will always give you the right return on investment. 

Branding, Graphics & Web

Graphic Design Elephant Tom Crossman

Elephant Sanctuary

Graphic Design Elephant Tom Crossman

Orlando Day Planner Site

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Comercial Interiors

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Dollywood Attraction Exit Store

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Retail Seminars

Merchandising Like the Big Guys
is a survey course of how the and why the major retailers merchandise the way they do.

The Psychology of Shopping
Knowing what customers are thinking when they shop, can increase sales exponentially.

What We Can Learn from Theme Park Retail

This talk gets the creative wheels turning by seeing examples of 20 great themed stores.

One Handed Shopping
Customer psychology is the focus here. Big picture retail concepts are covered, but in a new, insightful, and entertaining way.

3 Simple Rules to Great Displays
This class teaches these rules, and shows that display does not require artistic ability.

Good Design is Good Business
This seminar will demystify  store design and graphic design.

Seminars include sophisticated Power Point presentations and detailed hand outs.


Tom Crossman Store Design

I’m Tom Crossman.  I’m a renaissance man; a creative who can handle every aspect of a big project; the big idea, presentations, design development, and execution.  I’m very hands-on, but also work with talented freelancers.

I grew up in shadow of Disneyland.  It was my first design school.  It taught me master planning, traffic flow, architecture, graphic design, and most importantly, the language of fun.

My retail career encompassed sales, buying and store management.  My move to the creative realm started with a freelance display position at FAO Schwarz. One thing led to another;  I climbed the corporate ladder, and after 4 rungs, became the VP Creative Director at FAO Schwarz.  After 10 years, I was recruited to be a Marketing VP at Toys’R’Us.

Good design is good business, and I’m the rare creative with a business perspective. 

How to Store Design


We discover your message. We weed out what’s most important to your audience to determine what will ultimately make your business successful.  We convert your idea into a real, tangible, visual message.  We get to know you. We invite you to lay out your ideas, notes, and napkin scribbles on the table. We research your industry, mission, target market, corporate (or non-corporate) culture, competitive advantage, values, strengths, weaknesses, challenges, and goals.  And I’ll understand the design direction in your business category.  For instance, the dental industry has a very different flavor from the retail business.

How to Store Design


The idea, or concept, is 90% of a design project.  Projects vary, but typically we’ll propose multiple concepts;  2 or 3 for a store, and up to 10 on a logo project.  And the concepts presentations are executed in very tangible presentations, so you can understand the idea completely.  Your feedback then directs us on how to continue, and I’ll come back with updated concepts or new ideas

How to Store Design


Deliverables vary based on the type of project.  5 – 25 working drawings may be required on a store design project. On a graphics project, final artwork in various formats is needed, or a style guide needs to be created.  


We work with  Big Companies and Innovative Entrepreneurs!

We frequently work with start ups, providing store and interior design, corporate identity, and websites. We also work with very established companies on many different types of projects.

Tom Crossman Clients
Tom Crossman Store Design Clients
Tom Crossman Store Design Clients
Tom Crossman Store Design Clients


We deliver every point on every proposal. We’ve had some pretty awesome clients through the years, some well known, some start ups. They’ve all taught us something and all of them got the best we can offer.