Our design philosophy: Simplicity.
Our business philosophy: Relationship.
That includes the relationship with our clients, vendors and also the environment. Still Point Design Studio strives to make the experience of working with us a thoughtful, considerate, friendly, and transparent one. We actively work to be anti-racist, and an ally to people of all skin-colors, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation, abilities, and backgrounds.
We have worked for a variety of retail, business, educational, and non-profit clients including the University of Virginia, James Monroe’s Highland, UVA Press, Virginia Humanities, Community Investment Collaborative, Meals on Wheels, The National Building Museum, The Mind & Life Institute, Market Street Wine Shop, and the Rare Book School.
In addition, we consider our environmental footprint: We strive to conduct business in an ecologically sound manner, using solar energy, choosing recycled and chemical-free materials whenever possible, and reducing waste by recycling, re-using paper matter and limiting the use of plastics and other harmful materials.
Our passion lies with the printed word. We have experience with all types of book design: fiction, non-fiction, business manuals, proposals, training workbooks, guidebooks, photography, poetry and art books. With a background in hand-printing and book binding, we literally know how a book comes together from the spine to the head to the tail.
We may not be a big fan of ‘who-done-its’, but for us graphic design is like solving a puzzle of many parts. If you need logo design, brochure design, product packaging, building signage or promotional posters, let us know. From a small postcard to an entire museum installation, we’re the design firm for you.
Partnering with User Interface designers and SEO analysts, we design sites and eCommerce stores that will give your business or project the online presence it deserves. With an eye toward responsive and mobile-first design, the sites we develop look good no matter what screen you’re on. We’ve come a long way since designing our first website in Unix using HTML back in the ’90s!