Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Switchback Brewing Co. owners Bill Cherry and Jeff Neiblum were presented with the 2014 SBA Persons-of-the-Year Award. In an uncommon public speech, Cherry attributed the breweries growth to not only his and jeff's hard work, but the efforts of the whole Switchback team, including their valued Vermont vendors. He said some very nice things about us too. The whole article on Switchback, Bill and Jeff can be found here.
Posted by Interrobang Design Collaborative, Inc. at 09:54 AM
Monday, June 2, 2014
Interrobang has completed the design of the 22oz. bottle labels, tap handles, and promotional graphics for Switchback Brewing Co.’s Extra Pale Ale, the brewery’s first new beer in 5 years. Generic Specials case boxes were also designed as part of the project. The specific contents and packing date are added via an inkjet printer when the cases are sealed.
Switchback Brewing Co. bottles its beer in Vermont with state-of-the-art equipment that allows the company to stay local and true to its commitment to quality.
Posted by Interrobang Design Collaborative, Inc. at 08:37 AM
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Mark and Lisa Sylvester have developed the new name and identity for the Burlington Emergency Shelter. The Sylvesters donated 100% of the research, name development and identity design to the shelter, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in the Old North End of Burlington, VT.
The shelter’s new name is ANEW Place, and the new identity can be seen to the left of this post.
Mark and Lisa worked directly with the shelter’s Executive Director Valerie Brosseau, Director of Development & Marketing Allison Mills and the Board of Directors, researching the who, what, when, where, why and how of the shelter’s history, goals, needs, and programs.
ANEW Place announced it’s new name and identity at their Annual Gala held Friday, May 9th at the Hilton in Burlington, VT. You can learn more about the shelter at www.anewplacevt.org.
Posted by Interrobang Design Collaborative, Inc. at 10:38 AM
Monday, May 5, 2014
Interrobang and The Future Forward have completed the design and development of the new website for Earth Asset Partnership, LP of Huntington, VT.
The new site is fully responsive, and pushes the presentation of text and imagery through immersive design and programming.
Earth Asset Partnership, LP founder, Shawn Smith-Hoffman, said in an official release ‘Earth Asset Partnership, LP has a new identity - it is now our family's private, land-centric wealth management and investment company. We are excited to continue our land-based work through this platform, channeling our vision, experience and investment dollars into land, food and health systems change. Thanks to all of Earth Asset's former clients and collaborators, without whom the experience that brings such a wealth of knowledge to our present and future work would not have been possible.’
Posted by Interrobang Design Collaborative, Inc. at 10:32 AM
Friday, May 2, 2014
Interrobang has completed a series of event materials for New York-based Madison Performance Group and AbbVie Pharmaceutical’s We Are Down Under All Star Awards Program that will held in Cairns and Sydney, Australia from May 17 - 24 2014.
Mark developed the identity for the trip, the Program of Events, onsite signage, name badges for the 13 different franchise groups, and almost 300 one-off, personalized banners that will hang in the Sydney Opera House during the All Star Recognition Dinner.
Madison Performance Group is a cross-disciplinary performance marketing agency focused on driving measurable results for their client’s workforce, sales channels and customer groups.
Posted by Interrobang Design Collaborative, Inc. at 10:35 AM
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