Mspark Wins 15 Design Awards in National Competition Sponsored by Graphic Design USA

HELENA, Ala. – July 18, 2018 – Mspark, a leading national shared mail company, is proud to announce they have won 15 individual design awards in the 2018 American Inhouse Design Awards competition sponsored by Graphic Design USA (GDUSA). Mspark was in the top three awarded companies among over 1,000 companies and 6,000 entries.

The competition is considered the premier showcase for outstanding work by inhouse designers and recognizes designers for their talent and the value they bring to their businesses and institutions.

Mspark won the 15 awards across a variety of design categories, including Direct Mail + Direct Response, Announcements + Invitations, Branding + Identity Program, and Internet Design. The winners include:

Direct Mail + Direct Response:
Art Director: Noel Conway
Art Director: Brittany Sullivan
Art Director: Jessy Mayfield
Graphic Artist: Susan Scales
Graphic Artist: Natalie Culberson
Graphic Artist: Liz Barnes (3 winning entries)
Graphic Artist: Rebecca White (2 winning entries)

Internet Design:
Art Director: Deanna McLean

Announcements + Invitations:
Art Director: Noel Conway (2 winning entries)

Branding + Identity Programs:
Art Director: Noel Conway

Advertising + Direct Mail + Displays:
Art Director: Derica Hill (2 winning entries)
Art Director: Jessy Mayfield

“It is truly an honor to be recognized among the nation’s top inhouse design teams by GDUSA for the fourth consecutive year,” said Brian Blackman, Senior Director, Creative Services at Mspark. “It’s a reflection of the dedication, talent, and passion that our artists display every day on behalf of our clients. Congratulations to our entire team, who continues to reinvent themselves and push the boundaries of great design.”

Gordon Kaye, Editor of Graphic Design USA, added, “There were over 1,000 companies that entered their designers’ work. Mspark is one of the top three in total number of wins. Given the number of wins, and the breadth of media involved – from print to branding to online to direct response — this is truly a remarkable experience rarely seen in our 55 years of sponsoring contests.”