After development of a company website and updated logo for Fireborn Energy, KSD designed a small capabilities brochure and business cards. The quarter-fold brochure provides a compact, professional presentation of the firm's comprehensive project management services, from land management to engineering and geological consulting.
Old Friends, New Website
Tater Knob Pottery and Farm has been a long-time client of KSD. Years ago we helped our friends Sarah Culbreth and Jeff Enge with an identity and promotional materials for their Berea, Kentucky pottery studio. They didn’t have a big budget, but we were able to create an identity and other marketing materials that have not only helped their business as it's grown, but has stood the test of time.
While a good logo can be timeless, a good website isn’t. As technology evolves, so do our websites. We designed Tater Knob’s first website years ago when Flash was a robust web technology and monitor resolutions were much lower. We had fun creating this fresh, responsive, CMS (Content Management System) website that showcases this creative family and all their beautiful pottery.
Sumerset Custom Houseboats
This gallery of work produced for Sumerset Custom Houseboats includes, in order, the primary corporate identity, business cards, corporate and customer boat graphics, interior photography, exterior photography, process photography, brochure design, coordinated marketing materials package, boat show display, misc graphics for events, and some other tourism and lake-oriented photography and design.
A Natural Learning Environment
Riverwoods is an environmental education center planned adjacent to the Cumberland River Watershed, part of the larger Southwestern Appalachian Ecoregion. KSD developed, refined and launched a strategic communication plan for the development, which includes messaging, identity, introductory event banners, brochures and a website.
The Russell County Public Library is a small library with a big heart for the community it serves. Its previous website, like many sites more than a few years old, was not mobile friendly, difficult to update, and did not visually communicate the staff's enthusiasm. The goal was to create a site that would show patrons not only what the library has to offer, but the positive attitude staff members bring to the library experience.
Designing a logo to represent the Russell County (Kentucky) Public Library began with a fundamental question: What is a library? The answer, which came into focus through discussions with the library staff, is quite different from what it has been in years past. With digital materials, genealogy tools, career services, educational programs and much more, today's (and tomorrow's) library is more than books. It's CONTENT.