Washington State Potato Commission:
WSPC has been helping Washington State potato farmers/growers for over 50 years. The brand was dated and their website was in need of a huge upgrade – putting the commission’s vast resources into the hands of its members. Evolution Design and Communications Designs joined forces to create a brand the commission used for 15 years – representing the “tradition” and the “innovation” the commission promises their growers. The website was ambitious and highly effective.
Shoulder & Knee Center:
New Sports Medicine (Orthopedic) physician was taking over an established practice in Eastern Idaho. The goal was to emphasize Dr. Andary’s: fellowship training (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), incredible success with athletes repairing damage to shoulders and knees and use of minimally invasive orthopedic procedures. Precision, Cutting-Edge, Innovation, Efficiency… Dr. Andary has enjoyed great success since 1998 – and great future with a brand that was designed to remain relevant throughout his career.
A family business headquartered on the Greater Yellowstone Caldera, YA wanted to “professionalize” and standardize their brand across many internet-based commerce websites. Evolution Design worked directly with the owner to create the flagship YA brand, with 4 sub-brands that would be used for differently targeted consumers. Sub-branding focused on consumers interested in: Dogs, Crafting, Trophy mounting, Interior Design, and finally the Wholesaler looking for resale profits.
Curtis, Porter and Adams, PLLC:
Law Firm specializing in Accidents and Injuries – dedicated to fighting for the rights of the “little guy.” Evolution Design took inspiration from a classic cartoon character and based the firm’s caricature on an amalgamation of Popeye & Paul Curtis, the founding partner. Paul’s team is headquartered in Historic downtown Idaho Falls, in an old 1940s deco building – fighting for the legal rights of citizens of Idaho, California and Utah. Cracker Jack illustrator Craig Jacobson joined in the fun and created the caricature that Paul’s firm will use for the foreseeable future.
A loose network of like-minded veterans looking for new ways to help our younger vets returning from deployment from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq (to name too few). The brainchild of Libby Steverson, a native Idahoan, the group welcomes all Vets, but caters to those who may feel underserved by other fine institutions like the American Legion and American Veterans (AMVETS) due to age and technology differences. Libby capitalizes on social networking to get the word out.
Buffalo Creek Village:
Affordable homes built on the Idaho/Wyoming border at the base of Teton Pass. Buffalo Creek Village offers an affordable home ownership option for the tourist-rich Jackson Hole, WY area. The homes are designed using “Western” accents like heavy rustic beams, steel bracketing, elkhorn light fixtures, drystack exterior accents, etc. We based the logo on the client’s love of the old “Buffalo Nickel.”
Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center:
EIRMC for short, is the Largest full-service hospital – serving the Greater Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park – and a 150 mile radius centered in Idaho Falls, Idaho. From Dillon Montana to Pinedale, Wyoming; From Salmon to Burley, Idaho – EIRMC treats breaks and strains, cancer, heart conditions and everything in-between. Owned by HCA, the only corporate parameters for the logo were the inclusion of a star icon…
An environmental and engineering Corporation, specializing in supporting US National Labs in cleanup and restoration work. Portage started as a Native American-owned business. Evolution Design was asked to update the original native symbol, and refresh the type element of the brand. Portage was recently acquired by another 8A status group, but the founding principles remain.
Idaho Falls Symphony
The symphony in Idaho Falls held its first formal performance in 1956, with a pioneering, do-it-yourself Western Spirit. Evolution Design was asked to rethink the logo they had been using for 20+ years, with an eye towards music, art, culture, and the audience experience. We designed the new logo in 3 different configurations, depending on usage needs.
AquaGems & Liquid
This was a brand expansion effort for an inventor/entrepenuer who was looking to rebrand a polymer product, primarily sold in dry form – hydrated using water – then dehydrated and stored (for years). The product was marketed Internationally to the floral and crafting community and is still in use today.