At its core, branding is a “pattern” of touches that motivate an audience to remember a certain message. Patterns are found in nature, in technology and in language. They’re repeatable, and the successful use of them is what makes up any memorable brand. On a more personal note, patterns are related to Amy’s family history. Her great great uncle, Charles Burchfield,was a well-known watercolor artist in the Northeast. Since he was known for his distinctive patterned illustrations of sounds as well as movement, Burchfield’s legacy lives on in the name Studio Pattern.
We work with businesses on both the local and international level. Our clients enjoy an open dialogue with the studio—an open door policy when it comes to our process. We believe design shouldn’t be a mystery and that the final product is improved with more client input. Our specialty is maximizing marketing efforts—that means being knowledgable about the particular industry and sending a creative message to the right audience.
Renewable Energy & Sustainability Reporting
Breweries & Restaurants
Healthcare & Fitness
Signage & Architectural
High-tech & Corporate
We’ve learned that happy employees and happy clients are a recipe for success. Pattern provides a healthy environment that allows designers to grow, both inside and outside of work. With a strict policy of paying employees for all hours worked (no unpaid overtime here), our goals are to be efficient with our time, be creative in our thinking and to stay relevant. We stop work at 12 on Fridays to focus on other creative pursuits.
Our energy use is offset by the off-site solar panels we own. Inside the office we practice water conservation and try to reduce our energy use by turning off lights and devices at night. More often than not, our commute is by bike or car-share. We use a bike courier service when we need to deliver something locally. We are dedicated to doing our part to act sustainably whenever we can.
Amy began her career on the East Coast working for for National Geographic, American Institute of Architecture Students and the National Education Association...
After graduating summa cum laude from the Arizona State University’s College of Design in Tempe, Arizona, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Design, Brittany and her husband Adam moved to Denver...
Laura is a graduate of the University of Missouri–Columbia with a BFA in Graphic Design. In 2011, this Missouri native moved to Denver after landing an intern position at Studio Pattern...