Ohno Looking for a Summer Intern

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If you’re passionate about a creative career, consider applying for a summer internship at Ohno Design in Bay City, Michigan. We’re a marketing firm working with diverse clients to create everything from brochures to full branding packages and interactive websites. Our designers create logos, social media campaigns, print advertisements, videos, and more. Ohno is a good fit for you if … Read More

New Website Highlights Kremin’s Quality and Experience

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New Website Highlights Kremin’s Quality and Experience

We channeled our inner superhero to create a new website and image for Kremin Inc. The Frankenmuth-based company specializes in precision machining for the defense, aerospace, medical device, energy, dimensional stone, and industrial markets. When we asked Kremin president & CEO, Michael Grossi, who his favorite superhero is he told us that he sees similarities between the inventions featured in … Read More

Statewide Organization Gave Our Team Some Unique Opportunities

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When the Michigan Dental Assistants Association (MDAA) asked us to help redesign their membership website from scratch, we knew the job entailed some unusual challenges. The association represents dental assistants all over the state. The assistants charged with updating the website each hailed from a different office in a different part of the state. We were only able to meet … Read More

Tri-City RV Website Has Us Planning Camping Trips

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Outside, it’s the season of cross-country skiing and snowman building. Inside, though, the Ohno team has been creating a new website for Tri-City RV and dreaming of summer nights making s’mores over campfires. If you need a summer fix, visit the website at https://tricityrv.com/ There, you can learn more about the family-owned and operated RV sales and service business that John Sr. … Read More

Re-Designed Blue Thumb Catalog Makes it Easier to Find Key Info

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You know we love a good challenge at Ohno Design. We feel inspired when helping businesses to showcase high-quality products, whether it’s online or in print. For years, Blue Thumb has been producing an extensive catalog of ponds, waterfalls, and fountains as well as parts and accessories for contractors. Blue Thumb and its products have always been top-notch and a … Read More

Professional Business Cards are a Cost-Effective Marketing Tool

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Bay County Medical Care Facility wanted new business cards to go with their newly-remodeled building. We were happy to help. After all, many experts call business cards one of the most effective direct marketing tools today. The Bay County Medical Care Facility gave us a unique challenge. They wanted to incorporate the heart from their previous logo into the new … Read More

Festive Us!

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We’re snow excited to spruce up the Ohno studio for Christmas. Thank you for traveling through 2018 with us. Together, we’ll sleigh 2019.

New Catalog Features the Hiss Family

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We got to work with some of our favorite models for the Herman Hiss & Company 2018 Fall & Winter Catalog. Pick up the catalog and you’ll see some familiar faces throughout the pages. Nick and Christine Schwall’s sons are on the cover. Barb Bosco and her daughter, Christine Schwall, don exquisite diamonds in the For Her section while registered … Read More

Periodontist Website Offers Resources for Patients

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When Dr. William E. Mason and Dr. Monica A. Lamble decided to update their website, making it easy to read and navigate was a high priority. William E. Mason Periodontics & Dental Implants already used their website to provide patients with a wealth of interesting and relevant information about oral health. However, their website didn’t take full advantage of design … Read More

Answer to our Technology Challenge

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If you tried our Technology Challenge, here are the correct answers. We asked you to put 8 cameras and 8 computers into order from oldest to newest. The photos are below. Each one is numbered 1 through 8, from left to right. The correct order for the cameras, from oldest to newest, is 7, 5, 3, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2. … Read More