RCIDA Launches New Website
The last decade has increasingly shown the Internet to be among the most vital resources for businesses making location decisions. The first (and possibly only) impression of a community is often made by their website.
The Russell County (Kentucky) Industrial Development Authority just launched its new website, created by KSD. The RCIDA is tasked with facilitating new business development as well as maintaining an attractive and successful business environment in Russell County.
Fireborn Energy LLC just launched their new website and logo, both designed by KSD. Fireborn Energy offers comprehensive oil and gas exploration and development services. Based in Somerset, Kentucky, Fireborn works primarily in the Appalachian mountain region as well as wide areas of Kentucky and Tennessee.
Superior Battery Manufacturing Company, located in Russell Springs, Kentucky, recently launched its new, consumer-oriented website: Superlex.com. Superlex is Superior’s retail brand of automotive, commercial, marine, lawn and garden, and deep cycle batteries. The new site was developed to coincide with the introduction of Superior’s revolutionary new PFX Technology™.
SOMERSET, Ky. (December 17, 2012) — Somerset-Pulaski County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau continues to be recognized for statewide marketing excellence with its recent rebranding campaign, “Lake Cumberland: Fun In and Out of the Water.”
The bureau received four awards in the 2012 Kentucky Travel Industry Association’s (KTIA) Traverse Awards for Excellence in Tourism Marketing competition. Announced in October during KTIA’s annual conference, the awards recognize extended branding efforts led by Kirby Stephens Design in Somerset.
SOMERSET, Ky. (November 29, 2011) — Kirby Stephens Design has written another brand story — this time, expanding its work to a new region of the United States.
The Somerset, Ky.-based marketing firm recently developed an identity for New Mexico’s newest nationwide high-speed wireless network. Powered by Leaco Rural Telephone Cooperative, NMobile was introduced to southeastern New Mexico residents in July.
“It has been a pleasure to explore a new area of the country, creating a brand that uniquely identifies with New Mexico’s culture and the people who call it home,” KSD President Kirby Stephens said.
NMobile’s creation comes on the heels of the largest facility upgrade in LEACO’s 57-year history. Though LEACO, headquartered in Hobbs, N.M., has offered nationwide wireless service for quite some time, the addition of 3G and 4G capability gave the cooperative the opportunity to reintroduce its service to existing customers, expand products and move into new markets.
SOMERSET, Ky. (November 16, 2011) — Somerset-Pulaski County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau received three awards in the 2011 Kentucky Travel Industry Association’s (KTIA) Traverse Awards for Excellence in Tourism Marketing competition.
Announced in October during KTIA’s annual conference, the awards recognize Somerset-Pulaski County CVB’s recent marketing and rebranding campaign created by Kirby Stephens Design in Somerset.
With a new idea for putting cleaner energy into America’s electrical grid, Wellhead Energy Systems turned to Kirby Stephens Design to help tell their story. KSD designed a company website and branding for their breakthrough technology energy conversion stations: Gridfox™
Wellhead Energy Systems just received a $500,000 award to help with gearing up production of Gridfox™ from the Kentucky New Energy Ventures Fund.
The Somerset-Pulaski County Convention & Visitors Bureau recently unveiled their new website developed by Kirby Stephens Design. The website launch is the second phase of work for the CVB, the first being the design and implementation of a new brand, including the developmnet of a new visitor brochure.
KSD also conceived a new brand positioning statement to help define the vacation potential of the region beyond Lake Cumberland. "Fun In and Out of the Water"brings attention to the numerous land attractions as a supplement to the popular lake.
More than 20 years ago and just down the street from where her desk now sits, a father taught his young daughter how to wax and paste her first newspaper page.
In that Pulaski Week production room, Julie Nelson Harris's love for creativity began. And after applying that creativity to a 10-year career in community journalism and freelance graphic design, she's energized to be working in her hometown as the newest member of the Kirby Stephens Design team.
Discover the beauty and artistry in the rich crafts tradition of southern and eastern Kentucky with the latest free iPhone app from Kirby Stephens Design.
TourSEKY 1 Craft: "From Our Hands to Yours" showcases some of the best work of more than 65 artisans in the region. It's a comprehensive, full-year directory of major craft events, festivals and retail venues from across southern & eastern Kentucky, complete with contact details, event descriptions, driving directions and more.