The start of the school year signals a new season of amazing cheer and dance competitions, but our work with Varsity Knoxville begins long before August.
Here, at Designsensory, visual design is at the forefront of what we do, but our capabilities go well beyond creating what is seen, to where, when and how it will be seen via media planning.
Awesome work, Team Designsensory! All Designsensory entries won—with a total of 11—gold, silver and bronze awards. Here's the breakdown.
Unveiling their new website with fanfare and friends, the Knoxville Tourism & Sports Corporation hosted a launch party in the Sunsphere.
One brand that we've had the pleasure to work with for a number of years is Athletic Championships. Athletic Championships is a brand of cheer and dance competitions that are as high-energy as they are full of fun.
If we’ve learned nothing else over the course of 2010, design, advertising and technology is in a continual state of flux, and we believe the changes that have taken place, and those yet to come are important to our profession, clients and most importantly, to our client-partners’ many customers.
In his latest book, Design Is How It Works: How the Smartest Companies Turn Products into Icons, author Jay Greene shares insights from designers, CEOs and strategists.
After months of work, we completed one of the largest, more interesting internal projects to date.
Regarding Designsensory's latest digital launches and our ongoing decorating-our-new-space fervor, one could ponder a conundrum worthier than the proverbial chicken and egg.
The beginning of March brought us to the end—really the beginning—of a long but satisfying journey. For nearly nine months, we have been hard at work developing a competing product with the likes of Mint and Wesabe.