Kellogg Design developed a new name, logo mark, catalog and web design for this architectural hardware company that was expanding their product. The loose leaf binder works well with an ever growing selection.
Kellogg Design provided a complete redesign of this comprehensive site for the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance. Clean, bright colors and simple graphics make the new site easy to navigate and approachable for users. www.tsalliance.org
Marketing and Communications
Kellogg Design has worked closely with a wide variety of trade organizations to develop effective marketing and communications pieces ranging from advertisements and e-newsletters to annual reports and power point presentations. While happy to help with a single project, Kellogg Design has become a key part of the marketing team for a number of clients.
When a new Welcome Center opened in western New York, eight counties needed to develop a brochure that would highlight each county’s top attractions appealing to tourists to extend their stay. Kellogg Design worked closely with this large group to pull together each unique story and produce an effective piece.
Each year, Kellogg Design works with the Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau to develop print and digital ads that family with the county’s travel guide (another Kellogg Design project!) to reinforce the tourism brand.
When the PGA Web.com Tour returned to western New York this summer, Kellogg Design provided graphic design services for a wide variety of print and electronic materials from tickets and a 60-page spectator guide to pop-up banners, posters, and ads.
An upscale line of custom shirts needed a logo and packaging that would reflect their fun, handmade brand.
For more than 15 years, Kellogg Design has produced the annual Chautauqua County Visitor's Guide, a 96-page publication full of colorful photography, insightful editorial, in-depth charts and directories and local advertisements. Working closely with Visitor's Bureau staff, Kellogg Design develops templates, designs editorial spreads, directs cover photography, produces ads, and assembles page layouts preparing files for print. When needed, we attend press checks for the 200,000+ web press run.
View the on-line publication at http://www.tourchautauqua.com/VirtualGuide/Index.html
Kellogg Design provided logo and print design for this new restaurant, setting direction with this fun look for color palette and style of all that followed.
AFTD — The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration — needed a new website design that gave a message of support and provided easy navigation to a wealth of information for their community of family members, researchers and health professionals. www.theaftd.org
Your logo tells your story, often with just a few simple lines. Kellogg Design takes the time to understand your company's message then explores all the possibilities so your mark is right on target.