Category: Graphic Design

Interior Branding – Building Trust

DKG & Associates, a respected commercial roofing company and long-time client of ours, just completed their new building. We were happy to lend a hand with the interior branding and exterior design, as well as the signage. Thanks, DKG, for your continued trust! Photo by Robert Reck.

Once Again, Studio Hill Design named as a top website design firm in Albuquerque reader’s poll

Thanks again Albuquerque! Studio Hill Design has been named one of the top three Website Design Companies in the Albuquerque Journal 2020 Reader’s Choice Awards! With nearly 100,000 votes cast, we think that is super sweet! If your website is in need of some love, Let’s Connect!

Lending a hand in San Francisco – with love

Studio Hill Design lent a hand to Project Open Hand in San Francisco to create their first-ever public awareness campaign on the streets of the city.

Project Open Hand is a 35 year old nonprofit organization that provides meals with love to critically ill neighbors and seniors. Their food is like medicine, helping clients recover from illness, get stronger, and lead healthier lives.

Every day, POH prepares 2,500 nutritious meals and provides 200 bags of healthy groceries to help sustain their clients as they battle serious illnesses, isolation, or the health challenges of aging.

Website Launch: Friends Of Bosque Del Apache

Friends Of Bosque Del Apache contacted Studio Hill Design to find a solution to an overwhelming problem. The task: replace their existing outdated custom website which was no longer being supported, to a modern website built with future upgrades in mind. Studio Hill Design was able to replace the proprietary database and CMS with a WordPress website that not only remedied the underlying problem but dramatically improved the overall design and user experience. The migration maintained all of the existing content in place, while providing a practical and affordable foundation for growth over time.

 

Gallup McKinley County Schools, McKinley Academy Promotional Video

Who wouldn’t want to graduate from high school having already earned their associate’s degree? Studio Hill Design produced this video about the dual enrollment program between Gallup McKinley County Schools and UNM’s McKinley Academy. The purpose of the video is to inspire teens within the school district to take control of their futures through a well rounded education with an early start. Script, videography, production and editing by Studio Hill Design.

MurosABQ.com announces NEA grant!

MurosABQ.com was just awarded a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grant! We are tickled pink to receive national recognition for our grassroots project. Thanks to the grant from NEA we’ve added piles of new murals for your viewing and touring pleasure. And if you know of one we’ve missed, you can let us know through our Submit page.

In addition, MurosABQ.com is now the outlet to apply for MuraLOVE, an initiative from the City of ABQ Public Arts  Program to paint a bevy of new murals on public buildings in our fair city. You can apply at MurosConnect.com.

If you haven’t checked us out lately, pay us a visit! MurosABQ.com

Let’s Paint This Town!

Studio Hill Design and MurosABQ.com are proud to announce MuraLOVE, an initiative to paint 10 new murals on public buildings in Albuquerque! The initiative is sponsored by City of ABQ Public Arts Program and we are partnering with them to launch the call to entries. Just log onto MurosConnect.com to enter or learn more. Entries are due by March, 16th, 2020. Albuquerque is about to get a lot more colorful!

It’s A Sign!

 

At almost 25’ high, this giant was designed by the team at Studio Hill Design.

North 109, at the northeast corner of San Mateo and Mcleod, is a re-development of 12+ acres by Garcia Realty & Development. The large plot includes the soon-to-be-reopened Putt-Putt mini-golf, Fresenius Kidney Care and several other businesses. Additional businesses and buildings are planned for the plot as well.

The sign’s colors and materials establish the brand and style palette for the entire development and the panels on the lower right provide space for future tenant names.

Cruise on by, check it out, and stay tuned for our next big thing!