Above the Law, a national news site for the legal profession, hosted their sixth annual law firm holiday card competition in 2014. Larson • King enlisted Peter Hill Design to create their entry for the second year in a row and made ATL’s first round internal review that narrowed the voting to the six finalists. The contest received over 3,100 votes, with Larson • King capturing nearly 10% among fierce competitors including previous finalists, Fenwick West from Silicon Valley and Haynes and Boone from Dallas.
Peter Hill Design partnered with Byers Market to produce the 2013 Annual Report for Open Arms MN. The annual reflected on a truly monumental year for the non-profit organization that cooks and delivers free meals specifically tailored to meet the nutrition needs of individuals living with cancer, HIV/AIDS, MS, and ALS. The staff and volunteers spent 2013 sharpening their focus and productivity, and gaining momentum for the future.
Megan Junius, a graduate of the Small Business Administration’s Emerging Leaders program this October, acquired Peter Hill Design in 2011, after ten years as an art director with the agency. Junius, like many others in the program, came upon business ownership because they excelled at their craft.
LATERALUS, a new Minneapolis-based start up was in need of a website to accompany the launch of their brand. Peter Hill Design created and designed the website in order to broadcast the company’s image. The consulting firm had two main tasks to accomplish: Communicate the launch of their brand and set them apart from other consulting firms. The site features a simple design that focuses on how Lateralus can help the client. Detailed information about the services offered are listed underneath bigger headings. The site also features several articles written by the founder of the company, John Wessinger.