Custom Site for Custom Furniture
We’ve launched a new website for Sherrill Furniture, just in time for the 2019 Spring Furniture Market in High Point, North Carolina. The site has multiple custom page layouts and functions to help viewers build their perfect custom furniture pieces. It also tells the hand-crafted Made in USA story of Sherrill and showcases their unique construction process.
828:design is proud to be a sponsor of the 9th Annual ReHappening, hosted by the Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center. The event is inspired by “Happenings” that originated at the college nearly 65 years ago. 828 donated design services for the event, in the form of promotional posters, ads, tickets and the event program. Check out the unique event this Saturday, March 30th.
Lexington Home Brands is a global leader in the design, sourcing, manufacturing and lifestyle marketing of upscale home furnishings. 828:design led their site redesign project which included brand refinements and a site architecture strategy that emphasizes their six unique indoor and outdoor furniture brands. We partnered with E Dreamz who wove our design and front-end development work with Lexington’s extensive product database.
New Asheville Art Museum Visual Identity
While the Asheville Art Museum has been working on its new building renovation and expansion, 828:design has been hard at work creating the new visual identity. The new visual language reinvigorates the Museum’s brand position and reinforces its commitment as the leading art institution in the region. Learn more about the new brand story here. The new website just launched with the development help of Status Forward. Look for more to come!
Journey the World, a new furniture collection by Hickory White, launched at Fall High Point Market. 828:design created the journal-inspired booklet sales aid to communicate the eclectic collection inspired by the spirit of travel. Hand-drawn travel sketches were created by India Miller Designs.
828 put the E in Love
Notice anything different at 68 Haywood St. in downtown Asheville? The Asheville Design Salon created a 156 sq. ft. mural to help liven up the place. Each letter of “Love Asheville” was created by a Salon member, and our letter is the first “E”. Big thanks to Jenny Fares and several Asheville City committees to help pull this off.
As part of rebranding Perfect Descent Climbing Systems, 828:design created product graphics for their line of Auto Belays. These superior devices are the official auto belay of the International Federation of Sport Climbing and hand-built in the USA. The rebrand also consisted of logo refinement, color palettes, website redesign, ads, t-shirts, hats, stickers and other swag.
Deltec Homes, Remodeled
828:design recently worked with high-performance and net-zero energy builder Deltec Homes to revitalize their identity and to launch a new print publication. The new identity is simple, modern, and reflects the nature of Deltec’s round home design niche, while also hearkening back to the origins of the company – a roof truss production line known as Delta Technology. The magazine “180°” is an informative piece that highlights many aspects of the company including: a history of the company, current news, featured Deltec owners, sustainable practices, building technologies, and more. The magazine allowed 828 to expand the visual language of the brand through the use of a secondary color palette, new accompanying typefaces, photo treatments, and unique page layouts… styling that can be woven into marketing pieces moving forward.
Asheville Art Museum
828:design had the pleasure of touring the Asheville Art Museum with Executive Director Pam Myers, Communication Manager Jen Swanson and Campaign Manager Rebecca Lynch. The $24 million construction project includes a range of changes to help preserve, renovate and expand the existing space at 2 South Pack Square. We are super excited to be working on the rebranding component of the project, which includes new identity, website, and many ancillary pieces to help launch a new era of the museum.
Gwynn Valley is a summer camp for boys and girls, founded in 1935 and situated near Brevard, North Carolina. The camp is based on the values of simplicity, acceptance, a non-competitive program, and an appreciation of the natural world. They were in need of a new website that included improved information architecture, mobile responsive layouts, expanded visual branding, and unique content management tools. Special thanks to Andrew Kinnear for his WordPress integration wizardry.