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Looking for a great gig? Quesinberry and Associates is looking for a designer.

Do you geek out on kerning? Love meeting with the Mohawk rep? (Joel is a delight, isn’t he?) Easily transition between pixel and paper? And find excitement in a stationary package as well as a complete brand overhaul? Quesinberry and Associates (that’s Quiz-en-berry) is looking for a designer with 5+ years experience.

We’re a fast-paced, boutique creative agency looking to add more fun to the office, with someone who is eager to tackle any design challenge. You’ll be expected to brainstorm and collaborate with the team on all projects; take ownership and juggle your own roster of assignments, ensuring they continue moving forward; and keep tight, well-organized files that can be picked up by anyone in the office. Must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite.

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Stairclimb:
Why we climb
by Wendy Quesinberry
Principal, Q&A

“This is either going to be a great idea or a terrible idea.” Jeff Barlow said to me. The acclaimed designer was starting a new chapter in his career and wanted to hand off the design baton for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Annual Stairclimb. The timing was right, and I accepted the challenge. It had been 10 years since my sister Avis lost her battle with cystic fibrosis. I had tried to volunteer with the foundation prior to this moment, but being reminded of the loss was too much.

PayQwick : Awareness Campaign

PayQwick was the first federally registered money services business for the recreational marijuana industry, beginning their operations in Washington state in 2015 and moving into Oregon in 2016. Their platform addresses the need for a safe, secure and legal system of marijuana commerce. Without PayQwick, retailers and producers / processors are saddled with cash only transactions and struggle with the issue of holding large amounts of cash on site, making them a target for robbery. Paying bills and taxes is also a difficult process, requiring individuals to physically deliver cash, a nightmare for both the payer and the recipient. Plus, carrying around smelly cash gets some raised eyebrows.

JayMarc Homes : Welcome Kit

JayMarc Homes specializes in building custom luxury homes in the cities of Bellevue and Mercer Island, Washington. Their homes are meticulously crafted to take advantage of space, flow and the beautiful Northwest views. Many of their buyers are new to the Northwest and these unique communities, and JayMarc saw firsthand that the stress of buying a new home doesn’t just vanish when a seller hands over the key. They wanted to create a welcome that could help settle the nerves of new buyers and reinforce JayMarc’s commitment to their buyers and community.

MAY THE FOURTH NOT BE WITH YOU.

Let me begin by stating I’m not here to be controversial and I think we can all talk about this like adults. So. The new Star Wars? It was dumb. I could do better.

NOT IN THE FACE! NOT IN THE FACE! Settle down. Thank you. I owe you an explanation on this your people’s sacred holiday.

Lots of people liked this movie. People I respect seemed to like it. I am at a loss. I find this inexplicable. Enjoying the new Star Wars takes the same mental back flips for me as accepting Donald Trump as a statesman. I am dumbstruck with the dumbness of it. There must be something dark and shriveled in my soul. Because, no sir. I did not like. Not one bit.

The City Club of San Francisco

What began 10+ years ago as minor design updates and tweaks has since developed into a trusted, ongoing partnership. The historic City Club of San Francisco knows the value of marketing—the club not only survived but thrived during the deepest recession of its 32-year history.

Over the last decade, we have helped to evolve the club’s marketing and print advertising—starting with its website. We designed a site that highlights the beauty and uniqueness of this San Francisco Art Deco gem with a voice to match. And with spectacular interiors, it wasn’t hard to find the right hooks. A refresh to the club’s identity gave us an opportunity to pull beautiful details from the club’s architecture. From there, it had what we call legs.