Tribecca Designs was recently recognized at the 38th Annual Jasper awards, winning two, gold-level awards for the best print material brochure under $8,000 and the best special purpose print material for a symposium/seminar or sales meeting. This is the second consecutive year for our studio be recognized at the JASPERS.
Gold Winning Entry for Best Brochure under $8,000
The Little Red School House needed an impressive brochure/folder for the last phase of their capital campaign. Using the architect’s renderings, the brochure quickly summarizes the progress that has been made and the features that the new section of the school will have, all in a flexible piece that can be customized to each donor. More about this piece >
Gold Winning Entry for Best Special Purpose Print Material
Highline Capital Management asked us to create a reminder card for investors who registered early for their Investor Webcast. The folded card included a Starbucks gift card as a thank you for registering early. Once the gift card was removed from its die-cut slot inside, a surprise reminder to tune into the live webcast was revealed below. See more Highline work >
Tribecca received a few nice shout-outs recently from vendors, clients, fans and colleagues:
Symmetry Printing feature’s Tribecca Designs’ Legacy Builders brochure on their blog: Talking Shop
The Long and Short of It: Combined Printing Techniques Produce Stellar Results
Events with Ginger & Co. thanked us for our pro-bono work for the American Cancer Society’s Light the Night walk. We were also thrilled to work with Ginger’s team on their rebranding.
We are so happy to announce the relaunch of our website tribeccadesigns.com, giving us more ways to share new work and news with you. After many years of creating mobile websites for our clients, we finally have a version of our own, giving you access to Tribecca work–wherever you are!
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Larissa Nycz, Principal of Tribecca Designs was honored to be asked back to speak to the BFA thesis students at Mason Gross School of Art. Larissa received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Mason Gross School of Art at Rutgers University and is honored to talk about her career in the design field with graduating students at her alma mater.
Join Larissa as she co-hosts a Spark Design Professionals Roundtable at the HOW Mind Your Own Business Conference on October 14th on comparing proposals and pricing strategies for websites and social media. (more…)
Copyright law is fairly black and white, but what about the gray areas of intellectual property rights for design? Spark Board Members Christina Hagopian of Hagopian Ink and Larissa Montecuollo of Tribecca Designs hosted this event at the thinking creatively conference. Hot button topics discussed where: where do designers draw the line between copying and influenced by, releasing your files to in-house teams, presenting work on your web site completed at other firms, and following a system established by a previous designer. Share experiences and studio policies as we debate common issues of rights and usage together. (more…)