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Stand For Schools identity

Recently we’ve had the opportunity to work on creating a complete corporate identity and a website for Stand For Schools, an organization working to advance public education in Nebraska.



Nebraska Craft Brewers Guild poster map

We recently had the opportunity to design a promotional poster for one of our long-time clients, the Nebraska Craft Brewers Guild. As you might remember we worked with the Guild on a new identity (which also happened to win a CA award).



Zipline / Harbour Baltic Porter beer collaboration

Last year, Zipline Brewing partnered with Harbour Brewing of North Cornwall, England, to create a limited edition beer. For the international collaboration, they brewed a Baltic Porter (an imperial porter historically brewed in England) right here in Lincoln, Nebraska — which they packaged in 750ml bottles. When approached by Zipline, we noticed that, from an aesthetic standpoint, the two breweries shared a very similar minimalistic industrial style. Similar to the template we set up for Zipline, Harbour Brewing’s design partner, A-Side…



Omaha Shirt Project

Oxide Design Co. loves Omaha and our neighborhoods. So we designed t-shirts to help others who also love these communities show off their pride and support their neighborhood associations. Omaha Shirt Project features 12 shirts and will run for the month of October, and we’re donating $5 per purchase to the neighborhood association or organization affiliated with each shirt. The one catch is that only shirts receiving 10 pre-orders by 31 October 2016 will be printed! (Orders on a shirt that…



Hotsy Equipment Co. website

Every now and then, a dream comes true. For us, it was getting to work with Hotsy Equipment Co. and come face to face with one of our greatest collective fascinations: pressure washers.



Bric illustrations

We’ve been partnering with Bric since its inception on a variety of projects including naming, branding, user interface design, web design and development, and marketing. The super-smart brains that built their software also have a lot of great advice to share on their blog — advice for creative firms on topics like best practices, strategic planning, billable rates, and employee utilization. With so many topics to cover and so much to say, Bric needed a quick and easy way to…



Election Tools website

In cooperation with our long-time partner Center for Civic Design, along with the Center for Technology in Civic Life, we recently launched electiontools.org. electiontools.org is a civic engagement toolkit for election officials. It’s a place where election officials can quickly get their hands on the digital tools they need for managing elections.



2016 Get Out The Vote poster

Oxide was delighted to participate in 2016’s Get Out The Vote, a nonpartisan campaign hosted by AIGA every four years to encourage graphic designers to use their talents to motivate the American public to get out there and vote. This year’s program is presented in partnership with the League of Women Voters‘ Vote 411 initiative.



Rocky Mountain College mailers

Rocky Mountain College (RMC) is a private liberal arts college located at the foot of the sandstone rimrocks in Billings, Montana. We recently had the chance to work with them on a quick project. Being located on the edge of the Rockies and within 90 minutes of Yellowstone National Park, RMC is known for offering students a unique college experience. The mountainous setting is perfect for adventurous students to try their hand at ice-climbing, rafting, backpacking, skiing, and more. In…



St. Luke UMC website

We recently launched a new website for St. Luke United Methodist Church. Since St. Luke’s needs for the site were fairly straightforward, we talked with them about utilizing a pre-existing professional WordPress template, and then customizing it to their specific needs. We like to use this hybrid solution when it will work best for our clients, allowing us to use a core of pre-built code elements to create the site more efficiently, and to keep costs as low as possible.