Posts in Projects
A New Website For The Littlefield

The folks at Lads Entertainment group asked Trischler Design Co. to design a new website for their flagship restaurant, The Littlefield. We first worked with Lads on the visual identities for Branch and Night Drop, their most recent restaurants. Unlike that project, The Littlefield website project did not involve an identity update. The purpose was to build a website that the staff can easily update and also to make it accessible to a wide range of guests (generation Z to silents). Their previous website was both challenging to update and confusing to navigate.

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Breakthrough Cincinnati Brochure and Video

Breakthrough Cincinnati is one of my favorite local non-profits. Beyond their incredible work with teenagers, I love that they're willing to spend time upfront on discovery processes before jumping hastily into design. We began our partnership two years ago with a workshop, and each year, we try different approaches to finding inspiration for design and communications. This year, we began by interviewing donors to better understand what inspires them to invest. 

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Northside Depot One-Pager

Trischler Design Co. calls The Northside Depot home. While I’ll often work from my house, it’s helpful to have a separation between my house and work, by setting up at the Depot. I also get to work alongside talented creatives and thinkers who on multiple occasions, have helped me over hurdles on projects. Another perk is that the space is absolutely beautiful and much more professional for meetings and workshops than my house. All that to say, it’s a cool spot with great people, and I want more people to know about it.

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TakeRoot Campaign Identity

TakeRoot is a campaign led by University Christian Church (UCC) to raise $350,000 over three years to pay off its building’s remaining mortgage. I go to church at UCC and was asked to work on the campaign’s marketing team along with my good friend, Seth Lucus (wayfinding and environmental designer at University of Cincinnati). Together, Seth and I created the visual identity including the name, wordmark, illustrations, and collateral materials. The strategy for the campaign was led by Rick Vilardo of TC Ministries.

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