Sensical Design & Communication is a small graphic design firm in Washington, DC, specializing in publication design for non-profits and financial-services companies.

Sensical Design & Communication is a top graphic design, publication design, branding, and web design firm in Washington, DC specializing in publication design for non-profit and financial services organizations.

Sensical Design is based in the Capitol Hill area of Washington DC. We provide a full range of graphic design services, including print publications, collateral, book design, magazine design, annual report design, branding, logos design, infographics design, and web site development. We have an excellent reputation in the community for tackling complex, challenging projects and delivering on time, on budget, and without drama. Call today at (202) 546-8049 or email to learn more about how Sensical Design can improve your visual design.

Refreshing the Brand

As you can see (if you’ve been here before), we’ve changed the design of the Website. Let’s call it Sensical 2.1. After a year with the previous design, which was adapted from a preexisting theme, we felt it was time to address some of the shortcomings. So we’ve completely rewritten the XHTML and CSS from the ground up. The new look features a more complex, sophisticated color palette and greatly improved navigation. We’ve moved the portfolio out of the sidebar and onto its own page, and given more emphasis to the “mission statement” and the contact form.

We’ve tested in various browsers (Firefox and Safari on the Mac, IE 6, 7, and 8 on the PC), but if you see any obvious problems on your system, please let us know. We’d love to hear any comments you have, good or bad. Like all Websites, this one’s a work in progress.

And please contact us if we can bring our designer’s eyes to your organization’s Website (or your print materials). We’d love to help you improve and focus your communications.

One Response to “Refreshing the Brand”

  1. I think your newly designed website looks fantastic! Great job!

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