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Betty’s Dressing

It happens from time to time that we get reminded of how incredibly lucky we are. We are  thankful daily to have a “job” that is hard to call work. To have clients that are so genuine. On a day to day basis we are truly grateful for what we have. But then there’s a client that makes our “job” even better. And to top it off – they are from our local community so we get to share our synergistic entrepreneurial spirits in person. Enter the team behind Betty’s Dressing. Two brothers, two families, third generation owners.

We digitized their logo, created multiple print pieces including business cards, recipe cards and food retailer materials. Their website is underway.



Thank You VIP Event

This is a full color invitation designed for an upcoming VIP event for a local chapter of the American Heart Association. They are celebrating their 2014 success and preparing for the next – and much larger – 2015 event.


Take the Next Step

We’ve recently been working with a local chapter of the American Heart Association. They offer a defined brand and color palette to work with. This is a save the date postcard created for a local Heart Walk coming up in Findlay, Ohio.


Together we Foster Economic Vitality

We really love working with the team at Bowling Green Economic Development. They are local, so we get to meet with them in person… and most importantly t hey also share a love of coffee. We’ve most recently worked with them on a membership brochure integrating their new logo and color scheme.

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Happy Halloween

Parade your pirates and princesses in for a family fun event of trick or treating… if you live near Montgomery Louisiana. 🙂 A full color holiday newspaper advertisement for Bank of Montgomery.

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Restaurant Window Eye Candy

In print by Haley Wilkins / April 28, 2014 / Comments are closed

We recently designed window graphics for Mexican restaurant, Cocina de Carlos, in Perrysburg, Ohio. What a difference these made! We just love looking at them – and may we recommend the Chicken Jalepeno fajitas? Equally breathtaking.

Restaurant window graphics
Restaurant window graphics

Optimized Conservatories

In print, web by Haley Wilkins / April 16, 2014 / Comments are closed

Optimized Conservatories was born from the idea that there was a way to offer the same high-end European conservatories that meet the stringent North American building codes but with a smaller price tag. Optimized Conservatories offers a certain set of room sizes and options that meet the sweet spot of economical manufacturing and yield — and significant savings. Information on sizes and options available are located on their website.


Reelin’ them in

We’ve recently been working with a new type of client… The Great Lakes Largemouth Series (here is their website). They run a series of bass angler tournaments across Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. They needed some postcards to hand out at the Detroit Boat Show and we were just the team to whip them up – just in the nick of time too!


Special Edition

Newsletter Cover Design Infographic

Each month I have the pleasure of wrapping 8 pages of well-written content with a newsletter design for Fourth Dimension Financial Group. For a year, we’ve been able to systemize the process and make it a painless one with much success. This month though they requested something a bit different. Something to commemorate the anniversary. It’s been a year since we started this recurring project and well – so much has happened in a year’s time. A lot of really great things. (Can’t divulge it all just yet, but will SOON!)

My approach for the cover, pictured here, was a simple one. I sorted through the last 11 months of articles and pulled a snippet from each one. From that I created a simple infographic making those chosen words into the number one. I really like the simplicity of this design. It really speaks to the subscribers who have enjoyed their tidbits of retirement and financial planning knowledge over the last year and makes a lasting impression.


Copying is a form of flattery, thank you.