Trilix’s designers are the creative visionaries behind some of the state’s most well-known brands, including Iowa Speedway and the Iowa State Fair.
The design team researches their clients’ industries and incorporates design elements to make their artwork relevant to their businesses. Their passion for their work and desire to do right by their clients is apparent in every font selection and color choice they make.
The creative team is responsible for bringing brands to life for clients like Arenus, Bluestone Engineering, EMC Insurance Companies, Eyerly Ball, Greater Des Moines Partnership, Iowa Heart Center, Iowa Games, Iowa Speedway, Iowa State Fair, International Association for Food Protection, KPI-JCI, McWane Industries, Inc., Newsham Choice Genetics, Science Center of Iowa, Stine Seed Company and Vein Center at Iowa Heart.
Trilix’s designers have been published in LogoLounge and their artistic talents have been recognized with local, regional and national design awards, including several ADDY, ADAI, AMA and NAMA awards, and Best of Show at an American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) Exhibition.
To learn more about Trilix’s creative services, call 515-221-4900 or e-mail email@example.com.
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