Bissell Design has worked with 760Print for many years. What sets them apart from the rest is that they are more than just a source for printing. 760Print will create the best solutions for your company’s marketing needs. They are a one-stop marketing/consulting/printing power house. We enjoy working with them and their clients on many of their designs and marketing strategies. It’s a pleasure to work with others who know what they are doing and do it well!
Viewing entries tagged
Community Associations Institute (CAI) is an organization dedicated to building better communities by providing education and resources to volunteer homeowners who govern community associations and the professionals who support them.
Having worked with the Coachella Valley chapter of CAI for the past six years, we are excited to be a part of their recent move and much needed expansion. The chapter has been growing by leaps and bounds and we have been so happy walking with them during this time of rapid growth. It will be amazing to see members having their own space to gather for meetings, a designated boardroom, educational facilities and more.
We help with CAI-CV's branding and the building is an expansion of who they are. We look forward to helping wherever we are needed.
The article below is pulled from the CAI-V Quorum Magazine 9/2017 issue (page 12). You can find the whole issue at this link.
After more than twenty-five years in the same office suite, CAI-CV is making a historic move to a new professional office building near the corner of Cook Street and Gerald Ford. For the past two years, CAI-CV has been looking for a new space large enough to house a classroom. “We finally found the right location,” said CAI-CV President Phyllis Harkins, “CAI-CV’s primary mission of education will be taken to a new level with this move.”
The Chapter’s new address will be 75410 Gerald Ford Drive, Suite 102, Palm Desert, CA 92211.
The new suite is twice the size of the current space and the classroom will hold 40 to 50 students. The Board has already scheduled more than twenty classes for the new classroom in 2018. The classes will include more education for managers, business partners, and community board members. A new CAI nationally approved two-hour “Board Basic Training” course for Homeowner Leaders (NEW NAME – SEE ARTICLE ON PAGE 15) is in the development stage and will be offered free to board members throughout the Valley monthly during the season.
The buildout plans are in the drawing stage for City approval and construction will begin in a few weeks. Business partners who are interested in donating time, materials or expertise to the moving project, you are needed. Please contact the CAI-CV office if you would like to help. The move is expected to take place in October or November. We will keep you informed through Quorum and E-blasts.
New branding does not always require a complete change of direction from the old design. Some logos are great ideas to begin with, and by adding input from different directions, we can create a stronger brand image. Here is a rebrand that helps better convey the message this client wants to communicate.
We all agreed the old logo needed to be simplified. We started by using a more compact font for the smaller text and removing the word, "Group" (the client determined it wasn't necessary).
By simplifying, we were able to add more detail (and thus more interest) into the logo without taking away from the strength of the brand. The logos can vary from the more detailed look to the very simple bold black. Each design allows the client more flexibility as they use them in letterhead, ads and other branding material.
In the end, we designed black, white, dark-in beveled, and light-in beveled versions of their logo to meet all their needs. They have been getting lots of positive feedback on what the company is doing with the new design.
We are excited to see them prosper and looking great as they move forward.
We were so happy to be able to let a beginner artist help with an amazing project. Emily Hsieh started an Instagram feed as @thehsiehtype and it looked like a perfect fit for the banner we were working on for Su Refugio's women's conference, "Legado de Amor" (Legacy of Love). Check out what she has done with very little direction from us.
She sent this back as a starting point after one of our first phone calls.
Getting things lined up, she was able to shine. It was really coming along and the client was happy.
We were so happy with all the amazing elements Emily pulled together to capture the theme of the conference, we asked for more small details that we could use in other places down the road. We added them in here and think she did a great job.
For Su Rufugio and the women they help, we hope that Emily has blessed you as much as she has us. We think she has so much potential and want to encourage her to continue designing her typography, letting people see not only a beautiful font, but the beautiful message behind it.
Thank you Emily @thehsiehtype for all your hard work!
We had a great time at the event. It was amazing to be involved with such a great company as HomeWord. They help families, marriages, and church leaders. Around 800 people signed up to attend this year.
The workbook was one of the many projects we helped put together for the event. It's a great tool to evaluate your current relationships and how to improve them. For us, it's knowing we are able to be a part of bringing couples closer. It is so great to see the impact HomeWord and Azusa Pacific University are having on the lives of families.
We hope that those who read this will also consider coming to the conference next year. Please check out www.refreshingyourmarriage.com to sign up. As a company, we look forward to what we can do to improve and bring a whole new experience to those who attend.
See you there.