Atomicdust Wins Six Health + Wellness Design Awards
Atomicdust was recently awarded six Health + Wellness Design Awards from Graphic Design USA, honoring our work for Premise Health, Revel Kitchen and Better Life Natural Cleaning Products.
For more than five decades, GDUSA has held competitions focusing on areas of growth and opportunity for graphic design, inhouse design, web design, package design, digital design, and, as is the case with these particular awards, healthcare design.
At Atomicdust, we do lot of healthcare marketing, but rarely is the definition of health as all-encompassing as it was for GDUSA’s competition:
“GDUSA’s Health + Wellness Design Awards encompasses the big picture of healthcare: traditional medical industries and providers such as doctors and nurses, hospitals and homecare, pharmaceuticals and insurance, as well as newly energized preventive and holistic areas such as fitness and exercise, meditation and spirituality, natural and organic foods, and clean and toxic free lifestyles.”
Three of our six nods came for our most traditional entry into the competition – Premise Health. In 2014, two major onsite health services merged to create Premise Health and engaged Atomicdust in developing a new brand for the company. GDUSA recognized our work on the new branding, brochure design and poster design.
Atomicdust received two more awards for our rebranding and packaging design for Revel Kitchen, Simon Lusky’s local restaurant and meal planning service. We worked with Lusky’s team on the rebranding – including a name change – earlier this year, in anticipation of their food truck launch, Cherokee Street café expansion and new Brentwood location opening.
Our final GDUSA Award was for our recent packaging redesign of Better Life. The St. Louis cleaning products company has been on a meteoric rise (aided by their 2013 appearance on Shark Tank) and needed a more consistent look as they expanded to more stores nationwide. Look for their new website (and detailed blog post from us!) coming soon.