ALBANY, NY (09/22/2015)(readMedia)-- Studio136, the creative division of the Association Development Group, Inc. (ADG), has been honored with five Certificates of Excellence in the 2015 American Graphic Design Awards, sponsored by Graphic Design USA magazine.
Three of the honors were in the category of Internet Design, for websites Studio136 created for the Loudonville Assisted Living Residence, St. Pius X Catholic School and ADG, its parent company.
The team was also honored in the Brochures & Collateral category for Loudonville Assisted Living's "Welcome Home" brochure, and in the Logos, Trademarks and Symbols category for the Society for Integrative Oncology's logo.
"This recognition from Graphic Design USA reinforces what we already knew: That the Studio136 team does top-quality work," said Studio136 Art Director Michele Wyse. "I'm proud of our team and thrilled to share this news with our clients."
"This is wonderful news for the ADG and Studio136 family," said ADG President Kathleen Van De Loo, "and just the latest acknowledgment of the excellent work that Studio136 produces."
Studio136 provides a full range of creative services, including print and web design, copywriting, video production, trade show materials and strategic marketing/communications plans, to professional trade associations, charitable organizations and small businesses.
For five decades, Graphic Design USA has sponsored competitions to spotlight areas of excellence and opportunity for creative professionals. GDUSA's American Graphic Design Awards competition is the original and the flagship, open to all in the community: design firms, ad agencies, corporations, nonprofits, institutions and more. It honors outstanding work of all kinds and across all media. Just under 10,000 entries were submitted, and only 15 percent earned Certificates of Excellence.