The New Frontier
The Partnership (Henderson County Partnership for Economic Development) held its first Annual Event since 2019 on September 30th, at Jeter Mountain Farm. What a great event! We worked with the organization to help realize their theme of The New Frontier, which highlights the group's historic efforts to help grow Henderson County's various manufacturing sectors. Our services included the design of their annual report, report envelope, event invitation eblast, and event banner. On to 2022/23!
History In the Making
It has been a pleasure working with the Dry Ridge Historical Museum as they prepare to reopen in a new building at Lake Louise Park in Weaverville this summer. Many facts were learned about Weaverville, Reems Creek, and Flat Creek townships during our deep dive research for the new identity. The selected design incorporates the Dry Ridge, Lake Louise, and the sun into a quilt-pattern-inspired mark.
Your Home Your Office
Your Home Your Office is a website that features products from seven different Sherrill Furniture companies. 828:design worked with Sherrill to create a space that gathers home office products from their different brands. As the workforce adjusts to Covid-19, Sherrill facilitates the search for heirloom home office pieces, while increasing awareness of the entire parent company's offerings. Site database development by Integritive. To see more of our website work, visit our Websites page.
Awards for Asheville Art Museum
Southeastern Museums Conference awarded our Asheville Art Museum work in two categories. Gold in their Campaigns category for our Grand Opening print pieces, and Silver in their Brochures and Rack Cards category, for a variety of pieces. Check out our AAM brand page to see more of the identity and brand work we've done for the Museum.
Chalk another one up for 2020! We're NOT excited to announce that our office was recently flooded due to a sprinkler incident. We're working hard… remotely :) while our floors and walls are being repaired. Please know that we're here for you and we can be reached by phone, email, or through our contact form. We can't wait to see clients in-person again soon, with a shiny new stained concrete floor!
On the Board
Tom Petruccelli has been elected Education Co-Chair for AIGA Asheville. AIGA is the largest community of design advocates, bringing together practitioners, enthusiasts, and patrons to amplify the voice of design and create the vision for a collective future. Tom is excited to help bridge the gap between students, educators and professionals in the Asheville area.
Spark of Inspiration
It was a pleasure to work on a new identity system for ArtSpace Charter School. It's fulfilling to work with a fun, creative group of people who are open to exploring and molding unique design solutions. The goal for this project was a combination of representing the sparks of inspiration in learning, and embodying the playful spirit of the students and staff that make up the school. We're excited to see how the school continues to grow, and how the new identity fits into their story.
Fun in the Mud
Really excited about the relationship we started with Muddy Sneakers last year to revamp their Pathways newsletter and appeal mailer design. These important pieces keep schools and stakeholders up to date on their goals and accomplishments. So happy to support their mission of experiential outdoor science education for North Carolina 5th Graders.
Happy & Healthy Pets
The Animal Hospital at Reems Creek has been serving the Asheville area since 2003. They recently reached out to us for a new logo and identity system, website, and exterior sign. The hospital is a good example of a client who had a clear vision of their identity but needed a creative partner to make that vision realized. The solution is an organized arrangement of elements to clearly define their name and type of pets they treat.
Make A Mark 2019
828:design recently participated in Asheville’s 2019 Make A Mark “Make-a-Thon” event. The Make-a-thon is a 12-hour design and development marathon benefitting local humanitarian causes. We worked with Jewish Family Services of WNC to redesign their website and bring awareness to the region that the organization offers support to people of all faiths. The new website will launch sometime in December. The team consisted of Chris Hunter from 828:design, Jennifer Drum from Pixel Princes Design, Mike Conrad from ENXO, and Leah Shapiro from JB Media Group.