The story of Imagine goes back to December of 2004. Social media was in its infancy with MySpace and Friendster, Amazon.com was just starting to mean something, and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban was about open in theaters. In a small apartment in Fairfax, Virginia, a young freelance designer was growing tired of the overly-corporate, half-hearted marketing he was seeing in the world, convinced that there had to be a way to do it better. So with only $14 and that notion, he decided to go all in. There were no investors, no mentors, no big client to take care of the bills; he had to wing it if it was going to work.
For a name, his inspiration was the only thing that the company was at the time – his imagination.