hope_unlimited_home Website Design - May 14, 2009

Hope Unlimited Website

Sometimes websites can be a tag-team effort requiring separate programmers, writers, designers, and other specialized talents. The Hope Unlimited website is one of those sites, where Kenneth White Design was called in for assistance on the programming side while the designers at Robin Easter Design focused on the look and feel. More »

guard_website_home Website Design - February 15, 2009

National Guard Website

As part of my work with Iostudio and the National Guard over several years, we were asked to redesign the Guard site on a biannual basis to keep up with new technologies that could excite the audience, better facilitate online recruitment and aid with efficient information gathering. More »

liquid_ice_home Environmental, Favorites - October 28, 2008

Liquid Ice Wall

How do you create a frozen environment with no time and little budget? You freeze the senses. While at Iostudio, Kenneth White was asked to create a back wall and supporting graphics for a bar that would catch the attention of consumers and support the Liquid Ice brand.

dig_logo_home Identity - October 1, 2008

DIG Logo

2009 AIGA Nashville Case Awards – Merit Award Winner – Brand Identity Design

AIGA Nashville approached Iostudio to help them design a logo and collateral for their sustainable design initiative, Design is Green. Since typography and logos are Kenneth White’s specialty, it was a perfect chance to design a beautifully simple mark. More »

National Guard Catalog Sales Collateral - July 6, 2008

National Guard Catalog

Even though some projects may never see the light of day in production, they are still worth mention because they follow the Kenneth White Design mantra of good communication that creates an emotional response. These spreads from a proposed design for the National Guard, working through Iostudio, were intended to do just that. The catalog was to serve as a reference book of everything someone would need to know about the Guard before making the decision to join. More »