Tag "Design"

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Studio Hillier Team has been donating Verkstan face shields to help support the healthcare workers with PPE at our local hospitals. In less than a week, we have made over 190 face shields

Princeton Design Collaborative (PDC) is proud to announce the addition of Urban Design to their selection of services. Urban Design services will be led by PDC’s founder, John Conroy. John has a master’s from Syracuse University in Architecture & Urban

PDC (Princeton Design Collaborative) has recently been published on Houzz.com with a story showcasing their talents in Landscape Architecture.   This is the 7th exclusive story for PDC on Houzz.com.   Please click here to read the full story on

StimulusBrand Communications Wins Big at NJCAMA 2019 Astra Awards The NJ Communications, Advertising and Marketing Association (NJ CAMA) honored Stimulus Brand Communications with 12 distinguished Awards of Excellence at the 2019 ASTRA Awards competition held on Thursday, October 10, 2019

N.J. marketing veteran joins full-service creative agency LAMBERTVILLE, NJ.—July 30, 2019—Imbue Creative today announced the hiring of Erin Klebaur as the agency’s new director of client success. In addition to business development, Klebaur will work directly with Imbue’s broad, multi-disciplinary

Asenka Interactive redesigns Coretrust Capital Partners website Asenka Interactive worked with the team at Coretrust Capital to redesign their website for the March 2019 re-launch. “Working with Coretrust is always rewarding. Their properties are beautiful, their innovation is next level

Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, today announced that its Princeton, New Jersey office has relocated to a new larger location at 188 Nassau Street, 2nd Floor, Suite 1 in Princeton. The move accommodates the firm’s growing client and

Ananta’s Managing Director looks back-and forward–as the agency accepts three marketing communications awards for their work at the 2017 NJCAMA ASTRA Award Ceremony. Do creative awards still matter in the new world of marketing? I started to ponder this question