Recognizing Green Design

Recognizing Green Design

Posted by on April 29th, 2009

As more and more companies are “going green” with their business practices and operations, they realize that they have a need for green design – design that takes all factors into consideration, including the type of ink and paper used in the reproduction of their materials, the reproduction process itself, and even looking for green friendly Web hosting.

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Greenway Builders (a green-focused Denver remodeling company)  will be featured in the new Crescent Hills Book, “The Big Book of Green Design“, for the green design work we produced for them in 2008. Greenway prints exclusively on recycled papers, using environmentally friendly printing processes and is hosted with a wind-powered Web host. Additionally, all of their pieces are designed for multiple uses – minimizing a number of pieces they need to print when they do go on press.

The book, featuring national green design samples, will be available in September 2009. In the meantime, you can check out our work for them in our on-line portfolio.


Kandra is influenced in her design by everything from Hubble Space Telescope imagery to the strawberry plants in her garden. Her concepts are known for their characteristic combination of warmth, simplicity and functionality, and for their strong resonance with her clients’ brand and corporate identities.

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