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Creating an Identity – Agratrim Logo Design

This past August, our client Sunset Moulding came to us with a new product that needed new branding. Sunset Moulding specializes in sustainable wood products, including decking, siding and wood panels. This specific project was for a type of manufactured wood made from rice straw, called “Agratrim”. Agratrim was…

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How to Develop a Remarkable Brand Identity

Branding

How to Develop a Remarkable Brand Identity

No matter what your organization’s goal is, whether that is growing the organization, creating more awareness, or delivering important messages, the first step in accomplishing any of those goals is to create a unique and memorable brand identity. Brand identity encompasses how your brand looks, feels, and communicates with people. Read More »

Elevating California — An Annual Report

Portfolio Pieces

Elevating California — An Annual Report

Page Designers helped our friends at Visit California celebrate a seventh consecutive year of California Tourism industry growth by bringing the Dream Big brand to life through a variety of colorfully striking publications for their tourism industry stakeholders. Read More »

Not One, but Two CASE Circle of Excellence Awards

Awards & Accolades

Not One, but Two CASE Circle of Excellence Awards

Congratulations to two of our UC Davis clients who recently won CASE Circle of Excellence Awards for recent projects created by Page Design! CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) is a professional association serving educational institutions and those who work on their behalf. Their Circle of Excellence Awards… Read More »

Getting In Touch With The Past

Client Spotlight

Getting In Touch With The Past

The California Museum brings history to life with the help of Page Design. The museum’s longest running exhibit, “Uprooted! Japanese Americans During WWII,” now includes touchscreen kiosks by our newest designer, Jennifer Wilson. With these interactive displays, visitors can be immersed in the stories of Japanese Americans who were incarcerated during the war. Read More »

What’s Your Water Footprint?

Client Spotlight

What’s Your Water Footprint?

Using data prepared by Exponent® (Center for Chemical Regulation and Food Safety) titled: Water Footprint of Consumption Among the US Population, Page Designers Tracy Titus and Kurt Kland distilled the information into a fun “day-in-the-life” of a person’s water consumption via the food one chooses to eat. Read More »

Where Fabulous Fonts Go To Die

Just For Fun

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. Read More »

The Art of Trade Shows and Conferences

What's New

The Art of Trade Shows and Conferences

Creating the overall look for a conference or trade show requires both creative and logistical know-how. Working on projects such as these can be both challenging and a lot of fun. Here at Page Design, we have several clients that put together large annual events. And we start helping them… Read More »

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