Here, at Designsensory, we love growth. We always want to be on top of ways to improve our processes, to learn and to grow to meet the needs of our clients. Our latest growth is with the DS team. There are some new faces around Designsensory these days, and we couldn't be more thrilled.
We are thrilled to have three new interns with us this summer. Each of them bring something different to DS. Get to know them and why we think they are great.
The Historic Tennessee Theatre provides unique, high-quality performances and experiences to hundreds of visitors each year. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and named the Official State Theatre of Tennessee, the classic Tennessee Theatre offers something for everyone. “Knoxville’s Grand Entertainment Palace” is one of Tennessee’s most iconic destinations.
Boy Scouts of America's STEM Scouts program will soon be offered across the nation. Learn more.
No matter how many people are involved in a project, client happiness often rests in the hands of the project manager (PM). A great PM juggles client needs, time constraints, staff schedules and unforeseen obstacles, and keeps a calm demeanor through it all.
Designsensory has worked with the Tennessee Fund for the past three years to develop and update its membership guide brochure.
Breaking news! For the first time in Designsensory history, our work is going to be honored at the Volunteer Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America’s V Awards! This is also the first time we’ve entered, so it's very exciting for us.
With a history of working with tourist destinations, government agencies, attractions and events, it made sense for Designsensory to become a member of the Southeast Tourism Society.
We are a visual society with a shrinking attention span. We love small doses of video that tug at our emotions. They make us laugh and cry, we relate and reminisce. These video snippets that are on websites and in our daily feeds are telling brand stories in snackable, shareable moment.
When Designsensory began working with Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency on the concept for a new television show, we wanted to a look at current trends as well as the needs of viewers.