Wednesday, November 21, 2012
PDNonline has published a showcase article on longtime Interrobang friend and collaborator, Boston-based photographer Bob Packert. The article discusses two of Packert's book projects, both designed and or designed and written by Mark, and features links to Issuu.com postings of the 'Animal Instinct' and '5 o'clock... Chicken!' books.
The article can be found here.
Posted by Interrobang Design Collaborative, Inc. at 03:03 PM
Monday, November 12, 2012
Interrobang recently completed a wide range of support materials for the Abbott Pharmaceutical's Global Pipeline meeting held in Chicago. General meeting materials included branded signage, note pads, post-it notes and pens. General and personalized invitations, seating cards, menus and gift cards were also developed. The event was designed and coordinated by New York-based Madison Performance Group.
Posted by Interrobang Design Collaborative, Inc. at 08:46 AM
Friday, October 26, 2012
Interrobang has been chosen to support Dealertrack's internal and external designers and vendors in the development of various internal and external collateral pieces and the Career Development section of the companies revamped web site.
Established in 2001, Dealertrack and its web-based software solutions and services enhance efficiency and profitability for all major segments of the automotive retail industry, including dealers, lenders, OEMs, third-party retailers, agents, and aftermarket providers.
Dealertrack operates the largest online credit application network in the North America. In addition, Dealertrack’s award-winning solution set for dealers is the industry’s most comprehensive including a Dealer Management System (DMS); Inventory, Sales/F&I, and Interactive; a web-based network for arranging vehicle transportation and shipping; electronic motor vehicle registration and titling applications; paper title storage; and digital document services.
Posted by Interrobang Design Collaborative, Inc. at 08:49 AM
Monday, October 22, 2012
Interrobang has completed the design of the 22oz. bottle labels and case boxes for the long-awaited release of their flagship Switchback Ale.
Switchback Brewing Co. will bottle its beer in Vermont with state-of-the-art equipment that allows the company to stay local and true to its commitment to quality. This move has been greatly anticipated by fans of the beer, many of which have been clamoring to enjoy Switchback at home for years.
In the company’s early years, it held back from bottling, planning to wait until it could afford the technology that would maintain the highest standards of quality. As the popularity of the beer continued to rise, bottling became impossible as the brewery could not make enough beer to satisfy keg demand, despite steadily expanding capacity. There simply was no beer to bottle.
“Slow growth has enabled Switchback to monitor and ensure quality through every step of our expansion,” said Bill Cherry, President/Brewmaster. “The tide began to turn in 2009, when we installed a beautiful copper brewhouse, built in 1964 and acquired from a brewery in Beerfelden, Germany. This brewhouse allowed us to begin work on a bottling line,” Cherry explained. “The new bottling line has as its centerpiece a German engineered filling system that is arguably the best in the world. The gentle and hygienic handling of the beer in this filling line allows for Switchback Ale to be absolutely identical to the draught (keg) beer version.” Between the increased capacity and the new bottling equipment, Switchback now produces enough beer and has the technology to offer bottles.“
Posted by Interrobang Design Collaborative, Inc. at 09:37 AM
Friday, October 19, 2012
Interrobang has donated the design and production of the 2012 VBSR Fall Conference brochure and other branded materials for the conference.
The mission of VBSR is to foster a business ethic in Vermont that recognizes the opportunity and responsibility of the business community to set a high standard for protecting the natural, human, and economic environments of our citizens.
Posted by Interrobang Design Collaborative, Inc. at 08:39 AM
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