COLUMBIA, SC — DESA, Inc. announced today that it is a Gold Award recipient in the Hermes Creative Awards 2013 competition. DESA is recognized in the Pro Bono and Publications/Program Guide categories for the graphic design work it completed on behalf of its clients, South Carolina NAACP and The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Both projects featured the designs of DESA graphics specialist, Ms. Tiffany Flood.
Administered by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals, the Hermes Creative Awards is an international competition for creative professionals involved in the concept, writing and design of traditional and emerging media. The award recognizes outstanding work in the industry while promoting the philanthropic nature of marketing and communications professionals.
“When we create products and campaigns for our clients, our goal is to give them an exceptional experience and deliver a high quality end product. Receiving this award is an added bonus for the work we have completed on behalf of our clients,” says DESA president and CEO, Diane E. Sumpter. “While DESA’s name is on the award, this truly would not be possible without talented staff like Ms. Tiffany Flood.
With nearly ten years of design experience, Ms. Flood creates program books, logos, newsletters, websites and marketing collateral for DESA’s private, public and government clients. Highly creative, she is certified in leading graphic design programs and prides herself on always keeping the client’s vision in mind when designing their products. Ms. Flood is a seven-year DESA employee.