Every year Graphic Design USA runs it’s annual graphic design awards competition. The purpose is to highlight great graphic design work across the nation for creative folk like us. We are proud to announce that we won 3 GDUSA Graphic Design Awards. What 3 pieces of work did we win on? Well, thanks for asking! Here they are:
Dale Yost Construction – Brand Redesign
Dale Yost Construction is a home builder based in Elyria, OH that has been in business over 50 years. As another generation looks to take the reigns on the family business they approached us for a redesigned brand and website to match. We won our award for the redesigned brand specifically! Learn more about Dale Yost Construction by clicking here.
Salon Jia Li & Spa – Brand Redesign
Salon Jia Li & Spa is a salon and spa located in Avon, Ohio. The owners of the salon approached us to help them create a new brand that was friendly, warm, inviting and would allow people to escape when they were in their salon. We loved this project from the second we started on it, and were very happy that GDUSA felt the same way! Learn more about Salon Jia Li & Spa by clicking here.
The Original Air Guitar – Photography & Website Design
Probably the most-unique thing we have worked on to-date. “The Original AIR Guitar” is a perfect display piece for a man cave, office, or other places. A great gift for a true Rock and Roll fan. This awesome novelty item “screams” Cleveland memorabilia! We were tasked with taking photos of a completely clear, plastic guitar and making it look amazing. We poured our creativity into trying to get the lighting right, the angles right, etc. We were thrilled with the final product, and it looks like GDUSA was too! Learn more about The Original Air Guitar by clicking here.
We love working with all of our clients, but these clients are examples of ones that really let our creativity run, and we believe the results showed. Oh, and if you’re keeping tally at home, that’s 5 awards for us this year. I personally believe we are going to be bringing in a few more in 2019 for some of our work late in 2018 that wouldn’t qualify for these competitions.