Cline Design is excited to announce that yet another new member has joined our team! Please welcome, Brianna Hardy, our new Graphic Designer.
Though she is from New Hampshire, Brianna spent that last four years in Rhode Island studying at Roger Williams University. She comes to us having recently graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design Communications and Public Relations.
During her time in Rhode Island, Brianna was deeply involved in both academics and extracurricular activities. She was a dedicated member of the Presidential Ambassadors program, a resident assistant for two years, and a student orientation coordinator. Through her studies, Brianna worked with various organizations and marketing agencies. From being a team leader creating a centennial campaign for the Rhode Island Red Cross to designing collateral materials for various marathons at Gray Matter Marketing, she comes to Cline Design with a wealth of skill and ambition.
Now that she has returned to her home state, Brianna enjoys hiking the 4,000-footers (we have 48 of them), spending weekends at the lake, doing puzzles and taking spin classes.
Here at Cline Design, Brianna is responsible for a wide variety of design work including logo design and branding, infographics, webpage design, and print design for everything from signage and trade show displays to newsletters and brochures. “I like how everyday includes different projects. There is a lot of variety to what we do here at Cline Design,” adds Bri.
We couldn’t be more excited for her fresh, talented perspective! Welcome to Cline Design, Brianna!
This year, Cline Design celebrates its 30th anniversary of creating effective B2B print, design and inbound marketing strategies for the commercial and industrial construction industry.
Our services include website design, strategic marketing plans, content creation, social media channel management, SEO and branding for clients throughout North America. We also offer the Construction Break newsletter service for general contractors, construction managers and the trades.