Somerset, KY- TOUR Southern and Eastern Kentucky (TOUR SEKY) won first place for its redesigned Visitor Region Guide at the Kentucky Tourism Council’s (KTC) Annual Traverse Awards Gala in Louisville, Kentucky. The event was held Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at the Historic Galt House Hotel.
The Visitor Region Guide is designed to increase awareness of adventure tourism opportunities both for those who live in the region and those who are traveling from far away. Page after page of engaging, high impact photography shows the real essence of the best Southern and Eastern Kentucky has to offer.
Kirby Stephens Design (KSD) was recently featured in Branding USA 3, a new book published by Graphis International that “showcases the remarkable work of the most creative minds in the branding business.” KSD was the only Kentucky firm to be selected for inclusion in the publication.
Interactive website featured by Print Magazine
Print Magazine/Interaction Annual
Published October 2002
It's hardly news to our readers that things have been, one might say, a bit shaky in the dot-com market during the past couple of years. Its decline, already accelerating when we put together last year's annual, continued throughout the following year, abetted by the recession and the events of September 11.
Published August 2002
The Valley Oak Technology Complex will be sporting a smart, new, technologically-inspired brand just in time for its Sept. 3 ground-breaking ceremony.
KIrby Stephens Design Inc., of Somerset, was recently selected, following a competitive procurement process, to design the complex's logo and other branding materials.
KSD featured in design magazine
Step Inside Design
Published August 2002
I began to suspect I might have made a mistake moving so far into the country when making a mad dash one evening for the only FedEx office in the area open past 2:30 pm.
By David Goetz
Published July 2002
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture yesterday kicked off its first unified effort to promote the sale and use of Kentucky-grown produce within the state by unveiling a logo that will symbolize the program.
The logo — a stylized cardinal bird above the words ''Kentucky Proud" from Kirby Stephens Design in Somerset — will soon be showing up in groceries and restaurants and on jars and packages of processed foods that use Kentucky products.