Taylor Frank Rejoins Deskey as Designer

We could not be happier to welcome Taylor Frank back to Deskey as Designer. Taylor worked with Deskey’s design team as a co-op in 2016 while a student at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. Now a graduate with a bachelor’s degree in graphic communication design, she rejoins Deskey with a passion for telling brand stories through thoughtful, inspiring design. Taylor works alongside our strategy and client services teams to create print and digital...

Josh Wolfer Promoted to Senior Brand Strategist

Deskey is pleased to announce the promotion of Josh Wolfer to Senior Brand Strategist. Josh interned with Deskey while in college at Ohio University, and a few months after he graduated, we received an email with the subject line “former intern turned eager applicant.” Seven years later, we’re pretty sure we made the right choice. ...

Christy Hannegan Promoted to Director of Operations

Deskey is very happy to announce the promotion of Christy Hannegan, an eight-year company veteran, to the position of Director of Operations. Christy continues to manage the agency’s day-to-day operations, and in her new role is focused on designing and growing people programs, processes and systems. ...

Green New World or Business as Usual?

By Doug Studer, Galvanizer, Lifelong Learner, Thoreauvian Naturalist ...

Katie Pearson Promoted to Senior Client Manager

Deskey is pleased to announce the promotion of Katie Pearson to Senior Client Manager. In this role, Katie will continue managing the day-to-day activities for clients such as Steak ’n Shake, Luvs and Weaver Popcorn and leading Deskey’s internal public relations and website teams in their initiatives. ...

Strong Women Inspire Powerful Design

This past month, Deskey was privileged to host Words of Wisdom, a community gallery show presented by AIGA Cincinnati and WomanUp in honor of Women’s History Month. The annual fundraiser showcased inspiring words from women around the world, famous or not, from any period in time. Local artists, designers, and everyone in between depicted their favorite female quotes on 8-inch-square mattes, most of which were sold at the show for under $50 each. The focus of the artwork ranged from...