What exactly is a brand? Is it a logo, a color palette, typography? VDW dives in to the inner-workings of branding, and our process for developing meaningful brands.
Are Google and Verizon’s new logos a refreshing change or a generic step in the wrong direction? How will these new logos impact their overall brand?
Vermont Stage Company’s 2014-15 season gets underway in about 6 weeks, but the play posters we designed for this season’s shows are ready now! This is actually the seventh year our friends and long-time clients at VSC have commissioned Vermont Design Works for their play posters, a project our designer always thoroughly enjoys. Check out what we put together for this season’s 4 new plays and then go order your Vermont Stage season subscription – shows sell out fast!
Vermont Stage Company’s 2013-14 season is already in full swing! Our friends and long-time clients returned to Vermont Design Works for once again for show poster design. Check out this year’s line-up, the posters we created and order your tickets today! And if you have any upcoming projects that require print design, let us know – we’d love to help!
If you’ve ever checked out our portfolio, you know that in addition to web development, we do a lot of print and graphic design work as well. One of our long-time package design clients, New England Naturals, recently approached us to help them create packaging for another new product line.
Vermont Stage Company, a long-time client of ours, once again returned to Vermont Design Works to have us design the posters for the plays they’ll be featuring in the upcoming season.
Were you one of the lucky few (like myself) who caught the “DockDogs Big Air” event at the Champlain Valley Fair back in 2010? If not, these archived articles from WCAX and the Williston Observer will provide a little background. DockDogs is essentially a competition for high/long flying dogs to show off their amazing talents […]
We’re excited to announce today’s launch of the new Community of Observers site for the Fairbanks Museum. As we explained back in July, this site allows citizen scientists, including individuals, school groups and anyone else who likes to observe nature; to record what they see going on around them and share that information in a collaborative effort to track the impacts of climate change on the environment.
March 30 is upon us, so if you haven’t already updated your business’ or organization’s Facebook page to the new timeline style, make sure you do it today. Facebook posted their final reminder just yesterday: