Envision Creative Group Wins 10 National Awards

(AUSTIN, TX – Sept 14, 2009) Envision Creative Group, an Austin based graphic design and advertising firm, has been presented with 10 design awards by Graphic Design USA. This year, the competition saw over 8,000 entries, and of those less than 15 percent were recognized with an awards certificate of excellence.

For more than forty years, Graphic Design USA has sponsored national competitions that spotlight areas of excellence and opportunity for creative professionals. The American Graphic Design Awards is the biggest and broadest of these, open to everyone in the marketing community: advertising agencies, graphic design firms, corporations, institutions, publishers and more. It honors outstanding work of all kinds and across all media: print and collateral, advertising and sales promotion, corporate identity and logos, Internet and interactive design, packaging and point of purchase, broadcast and motion graphics.

Envision was honored for the Flower Studio identity and collateral, Linea de Bella logo design, Oak Creek Plaza identity, Let Them Eat Cupcakes logo, Envision Creative Group promotional collateral, Dell – CMF division logo, Boyscouts of America save the date, Bibble Labs logo, BB Imaging Identity, and American Physicians Insurance collateral.

“I’m very proud of my team and the work that we produce. We are always striving to create effective marketing materials for our clients and are thrilled when that effort is recognized by our peers,” said David Smith, President of Envision Creative Group.

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About Envision Creative Group

Founded by David Smith, Envision Creative Group has more than 19 years of experience in the areas of brand and identity marketing, promotional planning, advertising, and graphic design for both print and Web-based media, Envision Creative has successfully helped an impressive roster of Austin, national and international businesses – reach and exceed their marketing goals.