Hold your horses because we are about to flip your business-to-business world upside down. Meet the Nosh’em: Caravan Ingredients’ new category in bakery snacks. We branded the Nosh’em just in time for a big trade show. It. Was. A. Hit. In fact, one of the members of the sales team fashioned a Nosh’em costume for Halloween. Our firm has never been more proud.
For those of you who think print is dying, think again. The Ranch just received a hefty box of “The Best of Brochure Design 11” books in the mail. The publication is oozing with beautifully designed print pieces from the top creative firms in the world. Design Ranch was featured for our work on Buckle, Kansas City Art Institute and 360 Architecture. Get your very own copy here… or here. (“Here” links to amazon and barnes and noble)
This week, the new HOW Design magazine hit the shelves featuring none other than Design Ranch’s Laura Berglund. She was featured as one of the world’s top “17 Young, Hungry Creatives”. Laura is in good company with designers from the UK, Ireland, Scotland, Montreal, New York and Seattle. The cover may say “HOW”, but we say “WOW”.
How does one design an aura of happiness and joy? Zen’d: A Party Arty State of Mind. Each year Design Ranch chooses a worthy cause to represent through innovative design. This year, we named and branded Party Arty: Zen’d benefiting The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
Party Arty is Kansas City’s premiere event of the season. Guests enjoy art, entertainment, drinks and dancing at the world-famous Bloch Building. Take a look at the brand we’ve designed and the fun to be had at www.partyarty.org. Hope to see you there!
’Tis the season to head south for the Buckle spring photoshoot! While Kansas City is thinking about scarves, sweaters and galoshes, we have shorts and swimsuits on our minds. This year, we went to Miami, Florida to shoot for our “Life in Color” concept.
The only thing we love more than good design is eating scrumptious holiday treats! There’s nothing better than chocolates, cookies and ice cream cake for every meal of the day. What would the holidays be without a good sugar hangover? Happy everything everyone!
Design Ranch designed a campaign for Midwest Transplant Network urging people to join a community of people who have made the life-affirming decision to be registered organ and tissue donors. Our “Live it. Give it. Life.” campaign will soon be gracing billboards, hospitals and DMVs across the state of Kansas. We are honored to be a part of such a great cause!
If you happen to pick up the Communication Arts Design Annual 51, you may have seen the blurb on Design Ranch’s Laura Berglund. Her student project, Anchor: Campus Crime Prevention campaign, was featured in the “Exhibit” section of the design annual. Way to go, Laura!
Michelle Sonderegger, owner, creative director, and part-time orator was invited to speak at the Iowa Art Directors Club. She traveled north with our good ol’ pal, Brady Best of Hammerpress. She also met some new fancy fun people including Jeff Johnson of Spunk Design Machine.
As a parting gift, the trio was given a limited edition poster made by layering graphics representing each studio. Thanks IADC! It was a pleasure!
Every good designer needs a place to hang his or her hat. Welcome to 1600 Summit–our home on the range. With a little (or a lot of) help from our friends at 360 Architecture, we designed our building to represent our philosophy of collaboration and innovation. Welcome to the Design Ranch, where ideas are plentiful and designers roam free.