Mar
6
2015

Thinknails > 2014

Because without think, it’s just design. Using both sides of the brain is where aesthetics and impact converge—and what inspires us to find the new idea in the work of our everyday. Here’s some highlights about our 2014 thinking and how we work to stay true to our name.  

Mar
6
2015

inspire > insight

Contexts • Food Issue The quarterly publication of the American Sociological Association provides insight into sociology topics and makes them accessible to the general public. We design each publication cover to cover and find visual solutions to address a variety of topics—from the relevant to the serious. And nothing is more relevant to everyone than food. […]

Mar
6
2015

inspire > innovation

Dunwoody College • Anniversary Dunwoody’s innovation in the Minneapolis education scene has enabled generations of students to learn the skills demanded of them in today’s working world. To celebrate their 100th anniversary, we took advantage of Dunwoody’s latest technologies to create a piece that speaks to their ability to continually retool their educational offerings to the ever-changing […]

Mar
6
2015

inspire > skill

Dunwoody College • Annual Fund Dunwoody College of Technology prides itself on staying current with cutting-edge technologies so that its students are well-prepared with the skills they need in today’s workforce. As part of their Annual fund campaign, “Making the Future,” we used 3D printing to demonstrate to donors the critical need to fund technological […]

Sep
11
2014

Playing With Food

It’s not often we get to work directly with food here at ThinkDesign Group, so we had a ball concepting and creating the cover for the food issue of Contexts, a quarterly publication of the American Sociological Association. Before we got our hands messy, we considered how to best connect the cover with the magazine content. […]