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Responsive Web Design Basics

Posted on: October 27th, 2016 by Chase Design No Comments

For years, the design and internet marketing industry said that “this” year would be the year of mobile. Well that year has come and gone and if you are simply using a desktop and mobile version of your site, your visitors aren’t getting the best experience. In order to deliver that, designers have moved towards […]

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Health Care Design: Creating the Perfect Medical Logo

Posted on: September 19th, 2016 by Chase Design No Comments

Organizations, no matter their size, with strong public brand recognition, are the ones most likely to find success – especially within the very competitive multi billion-dollar health care industry. Whether it’s a private clinic, hospital or pharmaceutical company, a professional medical logo design should be utilized as the face of the marketing strategy. In the […]

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San Diego Logo Spotlight: Tacos Perla

Posted on: July 29th, 2016 by Chase Design No Comments

In this edition of our San Diego Logo Spotlight Series, we head to the trendy neighborhood of North Park to explore the story behind the Tacos Perla logo design. Chase Design is no stranger to fantastic logo design and we saw it as soon as we entered this fun little restaurant.  Tacos Perla is a […]

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San Diego Logo Spotlight: The Lodge at Torrey Pines

Posted on: June 30th, 2016 by Chase Design No Comments

As a follow up on our series of San Diego logo spotlights, we dive into the iconic hotel situated on the world renowned two time choice, U.S. Open golf course that we call our own.  If you missed our initial post on Mike Hess logo design and brand identity here is a quick update.  We […]

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San Diego Logo Spotlight: Mike Hess Brewery

Posted on: June 8th, 2016 by Chase Design No Comments

Let’s face it, San Diego is indeed mostly fun and sun and the reason that we love it so much is due to the unique areas, exciting things to do, the contrast of communities and the ever increasing innovation occurring in the area.  Not just technological or economic innovation, but artist and cultural as well. […]

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Chase Design On Customer Service!

Posted on: February 23rd, 2016 by Aaron Nabus No Comments

“It’s all about the relationship.” – Chris Chase   What is great customer service? Going the extra mile – whether it is making sure all content is properly organized and all parties involved are on the same page, or just simply saying “Thank You.” Having strict attention to the details – no matter how mundane. […]

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Chase Design Process: Part 3 of 3: Execute

Posted on: February 17th, 2016 by Chase Design No Comments

The Chase Design process consists of 3 parts, the first of which is to “Listen.” The second part is to “Plan.” Step 3 in our 3 part design process is to “Execute”. Utilizing our attention to detail, design expertise and project management skills, we “Execute” the plan. From first round compositions of a logo design, […]

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Chase Design Celebrates 16 Years of Creating Success!

Posted on: February 11th, 2016 by Aaron Nabus No Comments

Chase Design is very thankful to turn 16 this year! Time sure does fly! 16 years ago, in 2000, Hugh Jackman unsheathed his claws as the mutant loner Wolverine for the first time in the movie, X-Men, where his character learned the value of teamwork. The Los Angeles Lakers were crowned NBA champions, winning the […]

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Chase Design Process: Part 2 of 3: Plan

Posted on: February 9th, 2016 by Aaron Nabus No Comments

The Chase Design process consists of 3 parts, the first of which is to “Listen.” Step 2 in our 3 part design process is to “Plan”. Once the creative brief is created, it will be used as a general plan, to help guide and inform all principal stakeholders. During the “Plan” part of the creative […]

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Chase Design Process: Part 1 of 3: Listen

Posted on: February 2nd, 2016 by Chase Design No Comments

Step 1 in our 3 part design process is to “Listen.” “I Like to Listen. I Have Learned a Great Deal from Listening Carefully.” – Ernest Hemingway At the beginning of a potential collaboration, it’s very important to carefully listen to the client in order to add value to the consultation, manage expectations, determine the scope […]

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