Design Intervention's creative team approaches each project from a customer-centric perspective. We ask a lot of questions. And then we listen. This allows us to create an identity for your business that is on-target with your vision and purpose.
Graphic Design is the use of graphic elements and text to communicate an idea or concept. Skillful use of graphic design principles can and will effectively convey your message to your clients and customers.
The designers at Design Intervention are experienced in using these design principles to expertly create corporate identities, brochures, advertisements and more. Graphics play a big role in presenting a professional image to your audience. High-quality graphics are not only visually pleasing, but also convey a sense of security and reliability.
Design Intervention can help you reach your target audience and grow your business. We are available for hire to perform any type of contract, on-call and freelance work you may have for our professional designers, whether it be logo design, direct mail creation, website design, or any other design or marketing work. Please feel free to call us at 412.563.3849 to discuss your particular project, or fill out our info request form and one of our designers will contact you shortly.
Kimberly Werner, Creative Director | Owner
The driving creative force behind Design Intervention is Kimberly Werner. Since childhood, Kimberly has known that art and design was her calling. Other kids wanted to be firemen and ballerinas - Kimberly wanted to own her own design studio.
Knowing her direction early on in life has been invaluable to Kimberly. In high school, she took all of the numerous available art classes, won countless awards and contests for her artwork, and was even awarded two art scholarships. She took this scholarship money to the Art Institute of Pittsburgh where she majored in Graphic Design. She graduated with honors to the accolades of her instructors.
From there, Kimberly used her passion for art and design and her refined talent in the 'real world.' She worked as the Creative Director for a local consulting firm, handling all of the graphic design needs for numerous clients nationwide. Eventually, though, she knew it was time to take the plunge and start her own design firm and Design Intervention was born.