Graphic Design USA has announced the winners of its 2017 awards. Alison Caron Design garnered five American Graphic Design Awards for creative work including the Cape & Islands United Way 2016 Annual Report; Chatham Chamber of Commerce Guide Book; International Fund for Animal Welfare 2016 Annual Report; International Fund for Animal Welfare "Building a Better World" brochure; and the 2017 South Coast Almanac.
Founder and creative director Alison Caron said, "Graphic Design USA's competition is open to the entire national community of creative professionals. It's a great honor to be recognized for excellence among our peers." Graphic Design USA will recognize Alison Caron Design and other honorees in the December print edition of Graphic Design USA and on its website.
Alison Caron Design, located at 396 Main Street, suite 14, Hyannis, specializes in branding, advertising, and publication design. Caron enjoys helping businesses and organizations build their brand identities. She collaborates with clients to ensure that all their communications—both in print and online—project a strong, professional, and consistent image. She and her team design logos, marketing materials, advertising campaigns, annual reports, websites, and more.
Caron, who is an adjunct faculty member in the graphic design department at Cape Cod Community College, also conducts intensive one-day "Boot Camp" style workshops at her Hyannis studio. To see a list of upcoming workshops: alisoncaron.com/bootcamp.html