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Employee Spotlight — Melisa Weil

After more than a decade here at Page Design, Senior Art Director and Designer Melisa Weil is a talented team member that everyone in the office knows and loves. And now, you have the opportunity to get to know her (almost!) as well as we do, because it’s her turn...

A Web Designer Looks at 40

In a fitting end to our retrospective series of blogs, Mike gives us some interesting insights about his fateful journey to becoming the latest partner at Page Design. Thank you again to all of the great people we have been able to help over the last 40 years. We wish...

Building a Team and a New Home at Page Design

Last week, our founder Paul Page shared the story of the very first Page Design client. This week he dives into the story about how Page Design went from a one-man show to a tight-knit team and explains the most surreal photoshoot of his career.  Building a Team Within a...

The Beginning of Page Design as Told by Founder Paul Page

As mentioned in an earlier post, we are taking the next 4 weeks to highlight a few stories and design samples from the last 40 years of Page Design. We appreciate you spending the time to read these stories. Check our feed every week to read more stories and see...

Page Design Celebrates 40 Years with Senior Designer Sherril Cortez

As mentioned in an earlier post, we are taking the next 4 weeks to highlight a few stories and design samples from the last 40 years of Page Design (#PDG40). We appreciate you spending the time to read these stories. Check our feed every week to read more stories and...

Page Design Celebrates 40 Years

40 years.Today is a notable day in Sacramento graphic design history. Page Design is celebrating 40 years in business.Back on May 1st of 1980, after working for another design firm for a few years, a young Paul Page decided to set up his own shop and open up his own graphic...

Employee Spotlight — Megan Riley

For this employee spotlight series feature, we’re welcoming Megan Riley to the virtual centerstage. Sacramento born and bred, Megan is a graphic designer and motion graphic designer who has been working at Page Design for nearly five years. Our agency was her first job out of college, and she’s been...

Employee Spotlight — Beth Peters

Hailing from Sacramento, California, Beth Peters is a new arrival to the Page Design team - and our first-ever Project Manager! It only seemed fitting that we give her a true Page-style welcome by inviting her to be the next feature in our employee spotlight series, giving us the perfect...

Employee Spotlight — Alejandra Sanchez

Alejandra Sanchez has been a part of the Page Design team for three years and counting, making her mark as a UX/UI Designer. And while she’s always been an important part of our team, this month she’s taking a starring role as the newest feature in our Employee Spotlight Series....

Employee Spotlight — Shannon Edgar

For this month’s Employee Spotlight feature, we sat down with senior graphic designer Shannon Edgar. Like several of our Page Design team members, Shannon’s early career path wasn’t one that she necessarily expected to take her into the creative field. But thanks to a fortuitous turn of events, she’s been...

Employee Spotlight — Kurt Kland

The next Page Design team member to be featured in our Employee Spotlight Series is Kurt Kland, a senior artist who’s been wowing us with his talents for more than 25 years. Born in Mississippi but raised in Atascadero, CA, Kurt is a caffeine-loving creative with a passion for telling...

Employee Spotlight — Jonathan Stellmach

Kicking off our employee spotlight series is Jonathan Stellmach, a talented graphic designer who’s been part of the Page Design team for just over four years. Jonathan’s time at Page Design began with him working as a contractor for CalPERS, a year-long project that would end up changing the trajectory...

Where Fabulous Fonts Go To Die

The tour began with an ominous note: “If your idea of a good time is walking through the scorching desert among peeling lead paint; jagged, rusty metal; and shards of broken glass, this is the tour for you.” Welcome to the Boneyard, also known as the Las Vegas Neon Museum....
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