Sullivan Tech’s Computer Graphic Design department entered the work of five students into the 2016 Louie Awards, an annual creative competition hosted by Louisville’s American Advertising Federation chapter to recognize outstanding marketing work.

Computer graphic design student Patricia McIntyre won a silver Louie in the brand identity student category for her design work for Cake Pops by Jillian, a local bakery business. She created logos, typefaces, a color palette and other design elements to establish a compelling, unified brand identity for the company.

All silver and gold winners will advance to the district level and then potentially the national level of the American Advertising Awards, where competitors have the chance to win an ADDY, the most prestigious award in advertising!

Photo Caption: Elements of Patricia McIntyre’s award-winning brand identity.

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