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Invisible Ink Collection Featured in Yakima Magazine

Invisible Ink Collection Featured in Yakima Magazine - March 23, 2015

Our affinity for old-world craftsmanship and vintage type has transformed our small office into a growing museum of antique typewriters, vintage ink bottles, and assorted tools of the trade showcasing the evolution of the design industry. We were honored to be selected from a myriad of undoubtedly superior collections throughout the valley to be featured in the " Collectors " spotlight in the latest issue of Yakima Magazine. While most of our design services are computer-driven these days, we ... Read More »

2013 Miracle Cup

2013 Miracle Cup - September 26, 2013

Invisible Ink has entered a car in the 2013 Miracle Cup this November 2nd. Proceeds for this fundraising event will benefit Children's Village. If you would like to help, you can sponsor our car with a small donation. Invisible Ink will match your contributions up to $250! You can catch a short preview of our custom Shelby GT500 here: Update We may not have taken the title for this year's Miracle Cup , but the event raised over $5,000 for Children's Village (and $3.6 million nationally!). ... Read More »

Celebrating 5 Years

Celebrating 5 Years - August 08, 2013

This week in 1991, the world's first website went online. Those of us who have been in the industry a while know how far we've come, and just how powerful the web can be for business, communication, and entertainment. Today, we celebrate our 5th anniversary in business as a web development studio, in an industry that has supported our careers for well over a decade. We are proud to be a very small part of making the web a better place, and we are eternally grateful to our clients and supporters ... Read More »

Invisible Ink Takes Home 2 Advertising Awards

Invisible Ink Takes Home 2 Advertising Awards - March 22, 2011

We are pleased to announce that two web sites created here at Invisible Ink received Silver Medal Awards at this year's local Advertising Federation competition. Taking the prize this year was the Superfresh Growers site redesign, complete with a custom layout, multiple language translation and a custom CMS. The other award goes to the previous incarnation of our own Invisible Ink web site, pictured here. Congratulations to this year's other winners, and thanks to the judges for recognizing our ... Read More »

A New Face at Invisible Ink

A New Face at Invisible Ink - July 06, 2010

We are pleased to announce the addition of designer Lindsey Merrell to our team. Hailing from a position as marketing coordinator at Allied Arts of Yakima, Lindsey brings years of experience as a graphic designer and fine artist to our growing company. Lindsey is well-versed in traditional print layout and printmaking, so in addition to assisting with web development, she will also work to enhance our print-related marketing services. Stop by or give us a call to find out more about print ... Read More »

Perry Tech Site Earns Design Award

Perry Tech Site Earns Design Award - March 22, 2010

Last Friday, Invisible Ink was the recipient of a local advertising/design award for the redesign of . We received the award during the Yakima Advertising Federation's annual Chinook Awards competition between local advertising agencies for outstanding advertisements in 2009. Thanks to Perry Tech for choosing Invisible Ink as their web development partner... Read More »

5 Keys to Your Success on the Web - February 01, 2010

At Invisible Ink, we combine years of design and programming experience to create effective and user-friendly websites. We are creative problem solvers, and we use our skills to simplify the process of bringing your products and services to a wider audience, leaving you to focus on building your business. 1) Plan Ahead Before we get started, it is important to know the facts. Who is your target audience? How do we find them online? How will they find YOU? Planning ahead and collecting the ... Read More »

Becky Blair wins Invisible Ink Award

Becky Blair wins Invisible Ink Award - June 18, 2009

Congratulations to local artist Becky Blair for her recent entry in the Allied Arts of Yakima juried art show. Her "Cloud Catcher" photograph was awarded our "Invisible Ink Photography Award" at the Allied Arts 42nd Annual Juried Art Exhibit in Yakima this week. We are proud to help recognize Yakima's local talent at the Peggy Lewis Gallery... Read More »

Invisible Ink joins Yakima Valley Lives Rebuilt effort - May 05, 2009

We recently partnered with the Central Washington Homebuilders Association to build a web site for a local community project. The CWHBA membership will be working together to completely remodel the house of 61-year old Grandmother Julie Cruz with generous donations from local builders and business owners. Invisible Ink will be donating time to track the progress of the project, dubbed "Yakima Valley Lives Rebuilt" on a web site. Take a Look... Read More »

Local Designer Opens New Design Firm

Local Designer Opens New Design Firm - September 01, 2008

Local designer and artist Chris Duren recently opened the doors of "Invisible Ink," a brand new design and New Media marketing firm. The offices are located in Yakima's Airway Plaza (3601 West Washington Avenue). The company will focus on creating marketing solutions for local and regional web sites, but will also work with newer marketing technologies. "It's common to hear talk about 'new media' in the marketing world," he said, "but for many local and regional businesses it's been largely ... Read More »

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"It is very enjoyable and easy to work with Chris, and his work is top-notch and on-time. I recommend Invisible Ink very highly." -John, Alegria & Company P.S.

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