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Summer of 2015 was a busy season, so busy we are blogging about it in November! EnZed Design hired Ligia Teodosiu, designer and talented illustrator, Helen finished her term as president of AIGA Colorado, and we moved to a new beautiful space at 2626 West 32nd Avenue, just around the corner from the old Tejon location. The new studio is a store front in a small shopping district surrounded by stately Victorian homes and refurbished bungalows as well as restaurants, coffee shops and small boutiques. And lest we forget, the North High School tennis courts are just steps away. Helen
When the innovative marketing director at FCC Services, first spoke with us about rebranding their Gettysburg Leadership Experience, we were intrigued. How often does a design group like EnZed have the opportunity to develop a fresh identity for a program merging 19th Century lessons and 21st Century leadership? The result, I’m delighted to say, has garnered enough participant interest to fill all 2015 Experience sessions and cause more to be slated. (It’s also led to our being asked to develop special materials to help FCCS celebrate their 40th anniversary and re-energize their conference offerings.) In brief, The Gettysburg Experience brings
On a sunny Sunday afternoon in June, the ladies and I gathered at the Brown Palace for high tea. We had our pretty summer dresses on and arrived to a room filled with roughly 200 gorgeous people looking freshly scrubbed and happy. Our plates were ready, full of adorable tiny sandwiches and sweet petit fours. The tiny purple macaroon immediately caught my eye, topped with a blackberry and a little gold leaf garnish. I was saving that one for last. “I want to nominate you for the Aspire award and I need a bit of information to complete the entry.”
Last summer, I accepted the role of President for the Colorado Chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design. AIGA is a national organization with 25,000 members and 67 chapters. The AIGA is committed to advancing design as a professional craft, strategic advantage and vital cultural force. Founded in 1914, AIGA celebrates 100 years this year. The Denver Art Museum is keeper of the AIGA National Archives, a collection of more than 6,000 of the physical artifacts representing decades of the best in design and communication. Their new exhibit pulled from the Archives, Drawn to Action, is up throughout 2014.
Each year we come up with a clever paper holiday gift for our clients. Now they are available for purchase at the I Heart Denver Store at the Denver Pavilions. We’re retailing four of our most popular items. Our To Do Ta Da! Notepads offer a little daily dose of inspiration and motivation. CurliCues make gatherings more festive with a simple paper swirl that hooks around a wine stem or ribbon on a package. Make ‘em Snappy frames allow you to take the best pics off your phone and display them on to your fridge. And if getting organized is
- Branding and the Power of Pattern
- Discovering Jade Purple Brown
- Better together: Meet Tracey Ranta
- Patterns in Culture: Japan
- Giving back is always in style
- A Distinctive Start to 2018
- A Scroll Down Marian Lane
- Tennis, Anyone?
- Catching the Conversation
- Birds of a Feather
- A Creative Collective
- Our 2014 highlight? An 1863 experience.
- High Tea and High Fives
- President, AIGA Colorado
- Promotions become products
- Our new studio
- Meet a Gränd Brand
- What a Character: Q
- Fine Fellows
- Neenah Paper Mill Trip
- New and Improved: C3 Magazine
- EnZed Turned 15!