Meet the newest addition to Team CC. Sandy Tollefson’s title is Content Strategist and Senior Writer, but she wears quite bit of hats, which is why we like her.
First and foremost our studio embraces the idea that graphic design is a creative process used to tackle a challenge, communicate a message effectively and leave a lasting positive impression on your audience. These are our core services:
Consistent brand graphics created for the International Builders’ Show.
A beautiful brand launch for a sustainable company.
Micro dwelling display showcasing large views and backlit graphics.
A letterpress identity celebrating a love for baseball.
Give your heart to Hudson and experience the romance in our historic city.
Many things are a recipe for disaster, look for the ingredients.
The first gala in 30 years deserved the best.
An installation addressing community challenges.
A well-lit booth catches attention at BAI Retail Delivery tradeshow.
Coasters for a promotional mailer celebrating Cinco de Mayo.
Custom in-system graphics for Deluxe’s existing Check Ordering Portal.
A friendly mark for a healthy company.
Printed booklets paired with branded totes create a usable welcome kit.
A gastropub experience with historic charm.
A handcrafted look for handcrafted pizza.
Campaigns for us include content to continue the story socially.
Bike enthusiasts welcome.
Dynamic graphics welcome Deluxe Corp visitors.
A responsive website that promotes new seasonal merchandise.
A little seasonal cheer adds extra flavor to a wonderful treat.
Hand lettering perfection for one amazing stylist.
The St. Croix River's mixed media gallery.
Showcasing product using a very small footprint.
Best Small Booth at Dairy Grazing Expo.
A healthy publication for a community organization.
A community campaign to increase donations to a local non-profit.
A Call for Entries campaign we designed for the digital age.
Along with the new facility came all new materials — website included.
A strong exhibit created for a tough brand.
A retail experience with flavor.
Life Time Fitness Media defines their audience demographics.
Local initiative with a designated microsite to improve CPR and AED training.
A leaf-shaped display created to highlight the sustainable practices of a socially responsible company.
A year end mailer to help fundraise for the homeless shelter, People Serving People.
Christiansen Creative has been recognized for design excellence by Communication Arts, HOW Magazine, and Graphic Design USA for numerous print, web and packaging awards.
Our team has received accolades for our communications work from the MAXI Awards, Communicator Awards, and for several years strong we have won numerous Gold and Platinum MarCom Awards.
Some of the books we’ve been pleased to see our work referenced in include Logo Lounge, Best of Business Card Design, Design Matters, Brochures and 1000 Restaurant, Bar & Café Graphics.
One of our highest honors was to have several projects selected to appear in the AIGA Minnesota Design Show. This very selective local show is always judged by designers of the highest caliber.
Our work has been honored by the Healthcare Advertising Awards. WHPRMS has also awarded us the Judges’ Choice Award and the Carol Mehlberg Award, the top honor presented to one entry per year.
Amazing talent. Brilliant ideas. Authentic leaders.
They are a powerful creative organization with no big agency runaround.
You are more than just a design company. You know us so well and have become a true partner in our work.
Summer is coming up fast, do you know where you’ll be working? An internship with Christiansen Creative is a great way to take a first step towards your post college career. And this summer we’re offering an opportunity for both a design and a marketing student.
Design studio’s local work selected as one of 300 winning designs from top agencies.
Stone Tap VIP Invitation, a project developed by Christiansen Creative, was chosen as a Merit winner in the most recent HOW International Design Awards. This highly selective and well-regarded competition sponsored by HOW magazine recognizes outstanding creative work produced by individuals and creative agencies from around the world.
Graphic design firm Christiansen Creative (CC) is launching a business community initiative called The Box Effect during the 2014 holiday season. The inaugural campaign’s goal is to collect donated resources that easily fit into boxes for Turningpoint for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence, in River Falls. A secondary goal is to help organizations that may not have access to marketing support gain community awareness. With Turningpoint’s growing goals and much-needed services, the CC team unanimously agreed to support the nonprofit with The Box Effect in 2014.
Address: 900 4th Street, Hudson WI 54016
Our team loves nothing better than meeting new people and learning about their goals. No matter the size of the project, it all starts with a “hello”.
Interested in being part of our team? Intern candidates and other inquiries can send a resume to our HR Manager, Marilee@Think-CC.com.