Hickory NC Graphic Designer Wins Three National Awards

HICKORY, NC          Matt Everley, of Hickory-based graphic design studio m.e.designlab, was recently selected as a winner for three 2010 American Graphic Design Awards by a nationwide panel of judges. The awards recognize excellence in communication and graphic design.

The competition was presented by Graphic Design USA Magazine. A highly selective 15% of the 8,000+ entries were honored this year. Everley’s winning entries were created as the logo for the North Carolina Minority Support Center’s Youth Financial Education initiative, the web site design for South Wake Medical Park of Raleigh, NC (designed through Built Creative of Apex, NC) and the brochure design of the 50th Anniversary of the Building for Corinth Reformed Church of Hickory, NC. The selected pieces and design credits will be featured in GDUSA’s December issue, “2010 Design Annual” and can be viewed online at www.gdusa.com.

Matt has won numerous awards for logos, web sites, direct mail and corporate identity systems including previous American Graphic Design Awards in 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. He resides in Hickory with his wife and three daughters.

Matt’s full portfolio can be viewed at www.medesignlab.com. For more information, call 828-441-0010.

One Response

  1. Chad Ritchie says:

    Congratulations on winning these awards! It’s great to see a local designer win a GDUSA award.

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