We have a new account in Middle Tennessee, and—when it comes to being successful in economic development—this client is hitting it out of the ballpark in attracting new business to the state.
We recently launched a website for the Be More campaign, a program that inspires communities to make small, daily, healthy changes that add up to big health results.
Recently, we redesigned the outdoor education program website, Outward Bound. When we create websites, we strive to make them more than just an attractive place to read content. We tackle every stage, including design, with the user in mind. Why? Because this is what grows brands.
The Designsensory team is putting our economic development experience to work creating a 12-county campaign to bring attention and, ultimately, jobs to economically distressed areas throughout Tennessee.
When Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union decided on a brand refresh to reach more of the community, the credit union called on Designsensory.
We can legitimately say, “It’s a zoo around here,” as Designsensory has happily joined with Knoxville Zoo to develop fresh creative, advertising and marketing for its new capital campaign.
When tiny Wilson, Arkansas, lit a beacon of change in the Delta, Designsensory quickly started to spread the word.
At Designsensory, we’re putting our tourism experience to work on large-scale tourism campaign projects for the Augusta (Georgia) Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Custom Support Solutions came to Designsensory looking for a new visual identity that would differentiate the company from its competitors and convey its strengths as a back-end business solutions provider for the healthcare industry.
In fall 2014, Designsensory started a multi-year partnership with YWCA Knoxville to provide creative, marketing and public relations support for its new domestic violence prevention program called GameChangers. GameChangers is an original program created by YWCA Knoxville to teach boys about violence against women by focusing on prevention tools and bystander intervention skills. The first GameChangers group started in Knoxville in summer 2015 with the expectation that the program will be offered nationwide in the future.