A Money-Saving 3-in-1 Print Piece

August 18th, 2011 by jennifer

Wind Rose Cellars, a new winery in Sequim, WA approached InsideOut’s graphic designers about creating an information card to leave out on their tasting room counter. After talking with owner David Volmut, it was clear they needed: a display piece for the counter a print piece for local visitor centers’ racks a postcard for announcements… (Read More)

Save Money on Your Holiday Greetings

October 22nd, 2009 by jennifer

Yes, it’s almost that time. So take care of it now and check that off your holiday to-do list. You can send your guests and friends a greeting card, but that $.44-cent postage can be a killer! What to do? Postcards are a great option; they still have that personal touch, plus the $.28-cent rate… (Read More)

Hudson, New York inn’s new rack card

September 25th, 2009 by jennifer

The Croff House is a Victorian home with a beautiful and comfortable updated decor. Owners Duncan Calhoun and Russell Gibson worked with InsideOut to create a great web site that captures the contemporary feel of the inn and showcases its luxurious amenities. With the web site completed, it was time to create a print piece… (Read More)

Catering to the Key West crowd Key West is a favorite spring break destination and Garden House has just the right vibe for this fun-loving crowd. Garden House owners John and Connie Manasco worked with InsideOut to create a great website that’s fun and easy-to-use. Next, they needed print pieces for visitors to pick up… (Read More)

Not all testimonials are created equal

June 10th, 2009 by Pat McCauley

A recent article from Marketing Prof reminded me that all testimonials are not equal. Holly Buchanan opens a post at the FutureNow blog with a pair of seemingly contradictory ideas: that testimonials work very well and that they don’t work at all. Both are true, she argues, because customer praise can be a two-edged sword:… (Read More)

Lookout Point Business Card Redesign

June 9th, 2009 by jennifer

Business card update for luxury inn Lookout Point Lakeside Inn (Hot Springs, Arkansas) was nearly out of business cards. Before reprinting them, co-owner Kristie Rosset asked InsideOut to take a look at the card and see if it needed “freshening up.” The original card was easy-to-read, but it didn’t capture the sophistication of Lookout Point…. (Read More)

Bridge closure inspires new directions in marketing… The Hood Canal Bridge is the main eastern access for tourists visiting Washington state’s Olympic Peninsula. This spring, the bridge underwent a much needed retrofit, resulting in a five-week closure. The local tourism organization, Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission (OPTC), took special measures to promote lodging and other tourism-related… (Read More)

Local tourism group takes action during bridge closure Washington state’s Olympic Peninsula is a major tourist destination in the Pacific Northwest. Many visitors arrive from Seattle and other eastern locations via the Hood Canal bridge. This year, the bridge is undergoing a much needed retrofit to improve safety and reduce traffic congestion. The five- to… (Read More)

New Brochure for Sequim Education Foundation

March 10th, 2009 by jennifer

Founded to Inspire The Sequim Education Foundation (SEF) creates educational opportunities for students and teachers of Sequim, WA public schools. The annual Engineering Challenge, Student Film Festival, scholarships and grants are all ways SEF inspires academic excellence. When SEF approached InsideOut Solutions for brochure design, we jumped at the chance to donate our work. Finding… (Read More)

Rack Card Re-Design for John F. Craig House

December 3rd, 2008 by jennifer

An update for a whimsical B&B John F. Craig House is a Cape May, New Jersey inn owned by Barbara and Chip Masemore. They’ve created a fun yet relaxing atmosphere, preserving the building’s Victorian charm while adding the whimsy of retro signs, old toys and colorful touches.

Update to von Stiehl Winery’s Brochure

September 26th, 2008 by jennifer

About von Stiehl Winery The von Stiehl Winery is Wisconsin’s oldest licensed winery, founded over 40 years ago. Their Riesling, Oktoberfest and Naughty Girl wines are among the most popular of their many recipes. Specialty fruit wines such as Cherry Kirsche and Wisconsin Cranberry regularly win gold and double gold medals. The winery itself is… (Read More)