Erik Douglas, CEO of one of our new clients, CellScope, was a featured speaker this morning on TechCrunch. And look! He’s wearing a shirt with the logo we designed for them!
Each year SDSU holds a t-shirt design contest inviting students, staff, faculty, alumni and fans to submit original designs based on the upcoming year’s theme. The winning design will be used for the homecoming t-shirt and other related merchandise.
We are happy to announce that our very own designer (and SDSU Alumni), Ben Liddi’s design has been chosen for the second year in a row!
Congrats Ben, can’t wait to see you rocking this on your new shirt!
Check out his interview featured on the alumni page here.
When we work on projects with our clients, we typically have an idea of when and where the end result can and will be seen.
However, we were pleasantly surprised when our friend and photographer Bil Zelman informed us that his work (as well as the promo we created) were featured on the Dwell blog this morning!
It’s always a treat to see our work (and our client’s) pop up in unexpected places.
We are pleased to announce that Parker Magazine has been welcomed into the circle of excellence, yet again, to receive their second Gold Award from CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) as an independent school magazine.
Our goal is to help our clients shine, and we are happy to be a part of this journey with the amazing team at Francis Parker School.
Check out the latest online edition of the magazine here.
We think all of our clients are great, and from the looks of things, so do you!
Each year San Diego restaurants are reviewed by critics and voted on by the public to determine not only the critics choice, but also to find out where Sandiegans love to wine and dine. According to San Diego Magazine, Miho was awarded the 2013 Reader’s Pick for San Diego’s Best Food Truck and Garth Flood from Cowboy Star was listed as one of San Diego’s Top 20 Bartenders.
Way to go guys!
Check out the articles below:
Position: Graphic Designer
Ben is a San Diego native, but has moved around a lot. Prior to joining the Sav Sec team in January he spent two years working as a civilian for Navy.
The highlight of his job is solving problems and coming up with creative solutions to things that probably shouldn’t work.
Outside of the office Ben can be found enjoying an Aztec game – “I’m at all of them”.
Fun fact: Ben became a vegetarian on a bet… and has been one for about two years.
Favorite Quote: “Live the life you’ve imagined” -Henry David Thoreau
Position: Project Coordinator/ Studio Manager
Jaquelyn (or as we call her around here, Jackie) moved to San Diego in 2008 to study and eventually graduate from Point Loma Nazarene University with a Bachelors Degree in Societal Communications.
Outside the office Jackie can be found unwinding with friends over dinner or hanging out by the pool with a good book.
Fun Fact: She likes to sing in the car while sitting in traffic and calls them “car concerts” and says they help relieve stress and make sitting in traffic not so bad.
Words to live by: “Dare to dream impossible things”
We are proud to announce that our work has been awarded again. At the this year’s San Diego Addy Awards Gala, the AAF recognized three of our recent projects as medalists. (Check them out below.) Thanks to our clients who make it possible!
We developed the American’s for Safe Access Logo a few years ago in our studio on Adams Avenue. Today it received a lot of attention on Capitol Hill. Kinda cool.
We are proud to announce that Parker Magazine, redesigned by Savacool Secviar in 2012, has been awarded a Gold Medal by CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) for excellence in the area of communications for educational institutions. CASE is a professional organization for development, advancement and communications professionals at colleges, universities and independent schools.
We want to congratulate Cathy Morrison and her team of forward-thinking and passionate educators at Francis Parker School. We feel blessed to call them our client! You can view an online version of the magazine here.