DesignButton.com  |  Design and Photography by Don Button
  • May26th

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    THE WINNING MARKETING BROCHURE, WEB SITE AND SIGNAGE

    MAY 2011: More Awards thank you very much. My graphic design work was part of the package that won three prestigious marketing awards this month. The visual marketing for Three Stages at Folsom Lake College received two first place and one second place award from the regional chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC-Sacramento).

    • Brand Communication Crystal Award
    • Marketing Communication Crystal Award
    • Overall Communications Program Merit Award

    IABC_awards-300x186I spent a lot of time over the last year on the art direction and visual branding and marketing design for the region’s newest performing arts center — Three Stages at Folsom Lake College. Dave Webb of David Marketing led the team of web developer David Martin and myself and worked closely with the Executive Director David Pier. Our little 3-man team went up against stiff competition from some of the top ad agencies in town — so yeah, we’re kinda proud of this one.

    And this was just for the initial kick-off in 2010. We have a ton of great stuff this year for the next go around!

  • June10th

    CNPA 2010 FIRST PLACE WINNER

    CNPA 2010 FIRST PLACE WINNER

    JUNE 2010: I am proud to announce that this cover for the Sacramento News & Review won a first place for tabloid newspaper front page design from the 20`0 California Newspaper Publishers Association (CNPA). I created the “Letters to Obama” logo and cover concept and worked with 3D artist Pat Crandley to turn it into a dynamic cover design. The annual CNPA awards are the largest statewide industry competition.

     

     

     

     

     

  • August16th

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    Design For Obama book cover, Taschen Publishing

    AUGUST 2009: I am very, very proud to announce that my design will grace the back cover of a new book titled “Design For Obama”, published by the world’s leading art house publisher, Taschen. Co-edited by Spike Lee and featuring an essay by eminent design historian Steven Heller, the book is a chronicle of the best work submitted to Aaron Perry Zucker’s DesignForObama.org web site. I will also have two other posters featured in the book, along with the designs of friends Andrew Nilsen and Chris Seddon.

    You can pre-order now for the November release.

    Check out all the work the DesignForObama.org
    Download a the press release flyer