Apparent Choice Senior Services, located in Pittsburgh, needed a logo for their new business they contacted Laick Design. This calm and playful logo fit the idea of what they had in mind for their business.
A fully functional WordPress driven website for Nurse Pro Plus based in Morgantown, WV. This site is connected to a fully licensed HIPPA regulated database in which the nurses can enter in patient information and manage patient records.
The 2014 Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency Visitor’s Guide is a 32 page magazine style publication featuring ads and information on Greene County tourist spots. This publication is available throughout the Southwestern Pennsylvania region.
The 2014 Christian W. Klay Winery rack cards – full color, two-sided and folded to a finished size of 4 x 9.
The birthplace of Henry Clay Frick is West Overton Village. This full color, four panel brochure displays information on Frick, the Village as well as wedding and event info.
A WordPress content managed site which showcases the latest products from Horserail. With locations in many European countries a neat feature of this site is the use of Google Translate for the various languages.
Davis & Davis Attorneys at Law is the premier law firm in the Uniontown area. This site has a full range of legal information and news.
From the logo, to the website, to the advertisements to the brochure. Laick Design had a hand in designing just about everything the Phoenix Spa and Salon has put out since their business launch.
In 2013, we had the pleasure of designing the Murray State University Football media guides. Here is the promotional cover featuring the hashtag #Believe.
Laick Design has literally produced thousands of hours of trainings and seminars specifically geared to help you grow your creative skills in the Adobe Creative Suite, iOS devices, photography techniques and more.
Below are upcoming seminars and trainings Alan Laick will be teaching in the near future:
How to Use Your Mac – October 1st & October 8th – 6:00-9:00 p.m. (WCCC)
Using Your iOS Devices - October 7th & October 14th – 6:00-9:00 p.m. (WCCC)
How to Use Your Mac – October 18th & October 25th – 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (WCCC)
How to Use Your Digital Camera – October 21st, October 28th, & November 4th – 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. (WCCC)
Facebook for Business – October 2014 – 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. (Washington, PA – Location TBA)
From one page to 16,000 we can handle it all! We specialize in database-driven websites, content management systems, responsive website design, and dynamic content.
Need an app? Contact us! We can develop mobile applications for iOS and Android systems allowing your business to be in the hands of your audience.
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Pinterest – if you need help managing or setting up your page, we can help and provide proven measurable results.
Looking for a fresh look for your business? Logo design is a passion of ours and we look forward to developing a new, fresh look for your company.
You name it, we can do it! With over 17 years experience in print advertising we can handle billboards, postcards, catalogs, programs, vehicle wraps and so much more.
Need amazing photography for your next event or party? Look no further! Let us shoot your next event, wedding, business headshots or even provide photobooth services .
With over 17 years experience in the digital media field, Laick Design can handle any project of any size. We specialize in responsive WordPress driven websites as well as mobile iPhone applications. However, our strong background in traditional media – graphic design, advertising, and marketing allow us to position you, the client, in the best possible location for success.
A fully functional WordPress driven website for Nurse Pro Plus based in Morgantown, WV. This site is connec...
In 2013, Laick Design was involved in the advertising, design and promotion of political client, Joe George...
Davis & Davis Attorneys at Law is the premier law firm in the Uniontown area. This site has a full range of...
From the logo, to the website, to the advertisements to the brochure. Laick Design had a hand in designing ...
Laick Design is a comprehensive visual communications company, dedicated to taking on marketing and design challenges and exceeding expectations without compromise.
Founded in 2002, Laick Design has gained a strong, growing client base in Southwestern Pennsylvania as well as maintaining many clients located around the world.
Utilizing creative solutions in advertising, graphic design, multimedia, and web development, Laick Design is able to leverage technology to deliver strategic and innovative results. Regardless of the size of the company or the scope of the work, we always provide a hands-on approach in the development of a memorable and effective image.
Laick Design has been featured in numerous national publications and we have consistently garnered awards from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) for our creative and effective solutions on projects for Waynesburg University over the past 14 years.
In 2009, Laick Design was recognized by Pittsburgh Business Radio 1360 AM WMNY as an ”Expert” in the field of graphic design and web development. Also in 2009, Laick Design received the “Best in Nation” award from the NCAA for the 2009-2010 Waynesburg University Wrestling Media Guide. This is the highest level award the NCAA gives out for all athletic publications.
In 2011, Laick Design was featured in the April/May issue of Photoshop User Magazine for the website development work on the Western Québec School Board website.
Last year, Laick Design was recognized as an accrediated business with the Western Pennsylvania Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating.
Whether the goal of your company is to market a new project, increase sales or corporate branding, Laick Design will rise to meet that challenge. Our proven, award-winning portfolio speaks for itself. Let Laick Design promote your message and participate in your immediate and future growth.
Alan Laick is the Creative Director and founder of Laick Design, a comprehensive visual communications company located in Southwestern Pennsylvania. He is an alumnus of Waynesburg College as well as Westmoreland County Community College (WCCC).
Alan started Laick Design immediately upon graduation and has had a career that spans 17 years. With a strong background in all aspects of graphic design and web development, his work has been recognized through numerous awards, magazines and newspapers across the United States.
In 2012, Alan was recognized by Westmoreland County Community College as a Distinguished Alumnus and spoke at the commencement ceremony that May.
In August 2014, Alan will return to the Pittsburgh airwaves with segments on the Your American Story program airing on 1020 AM KDKA.
He participates in many technological, educational, and community based organizations throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania. Alan is the current President (2014 term) of the Waynesburg Area Chamber of Commerce where he previously served a two year term from 2010-2012. He is also the current President (2013-2015 term) and a Paul Harris Fellow (2009) of the Uniontown-Chestnut Ridge Rotary Club, and serves as a board member on the Westmoreland County Community College Educational Foundation. Alan is also a board member of the The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Southwestern Pennsylvania, The Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency and the Mon River Valley Coalition. Furthermore, he is an active member of the following organizations: The Pittsburgh Build Guild, The WCCC Alumni Association, The Creative Industries of Greene County, The Marcellus Shale Coalition, Tri-County Oil & Gas Association, The American Heart Association of Fayette County, Refresh Pittsburgh, The Fayette County Sports Hall of Fame, The National Association of Photoshop Professionals and The Graphic Arts Guild.
Furthermore, Alan has been a featured presenter and speaker, discussing his career and various industry topics at Alderson Broaddus University, Carnegie Mellon University, Fairmont State University, Waynesburg University and Westmoreland County Community College.
Listen to Alan discuss the latest website development trends here: