Tania Herfurth

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Owner/designer at Small White Cat Design.

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Small White Cat Design

High Quality Creative Design & Consulting for Print, Packaging, Advertising, Campaign, Website, Social Media and more!

Mission
Our mission is to help you succeed.
Company Overview
And it all started with a small white cat...

Always in the moment, our small white cat showed us how to appreciate the good that comes your way... be it a good game of fetch (yes, cats fetch), a good job, a good friend, a good meal, a good vacation or a good deal. 

Years later, in her honor, we established Small White Cat Design. Go figure...you could say that we built our principles of gratitude, devotion, attention and enjoyment on lessons we learned from a small white cat.

We hope you appreciate our ethic. We bring it to everything we do. We’ll help you meet your needs quickly, creatively, honestly and efficiently. And we’ll stay in the game until you are completely happy (pretty much like playing fetch). We look forward to hearing from you soon. And thanks in advance for helping us continue to appreciate such a good job.

Who knew that you could learn so much from a small white cat?

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  • MD Yusuf commented on the article "Case Study: YBCA: You Campaign"

    I am gonna to admit the UK based graphic design company. I have little bit experiences about the case study.

  • Corey Cureton commented on the article "The 5 Best Cities for Graphic Designers"

    I agree that California and New York are really the top and leading Cities that offer too many graphic design services.

  • Daniel Arruda - Darruda commented on the article "5 questions to ask prospective clients"

    Very helpful, nice article!

  • David Garcia commented on the article "Introducing the in-house committee"

    I'm an inhouse designer and would love to be a part of this initiative but can not seem to find a way to be a part of it besides viewing a webcast or reading about the steering committee. How are they chosen? How can one become part of this committee? I work in the government/non profit sector in Texas. There seems to be a lot of content but no way to communicate or be a part of it.

  • Fred Seibert commented on the article "The surprising design that saved MTV in the post-George Lois era"

    I was the original creative director at MTV. Let's be VERY clear. George Lois had NOTHING to do with MTV's design. He was not even involved at all with them channel until the spring of 1982, almost one year after the channel launch. The logo was conceived and designed by Manhattan Design/NY (Frank Olinsky, Pat Gorman, Patty Rogoff). The animated IDs were done by independents around the globe (like Colossal Pictures/SF, Broadcast Arts/Washington DC, Buzzco/NY). The on-air was designed by the in-house team like Marcy Brafman, Richard Schenkman, Marc Chusid, and Nancy Palladino. It was actually Lois' brilliant partner, Dale Pon, who even brought George to the party (Dale was the person who recommended me for my MTV job to head man Bob Pittman), and guided George through the whole thing, and it was Dale who oversaw the entire "I Want My MTV!" campaign, both strategically and creatively. Buzzco/NY produced the commercials, with Buzz Potamkin producing, Thomas Schlamme doing the original live action, and Candy Kugel directed the animation; Dale Pon directed the live action in all subsequent creative flights, Buzzco again producing the rest. George came up with the phrase (which, by the by, he knocked off from John Hubley's fantastic animated "I Want My Maypo!" in September 1956, BEFORE Lois made his mark in advertising), and Dale handled everything from then on.

  • Ajay commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=44&id=2053"

    I am FY student which courses I need too do for better future or better placement and

  • John Hrivnak commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=3079&id=2480"

    Excellent. Only beg to differ on targeted billable hours for senior principals. Their involvement in marketing, management, and operations typically means that the targeted billable hours for senior level personnel is closer to 50% - in a good year.

  • Alek bee commented on the article "AIGA Member Portfolios"

    Exactly, that's the answer!

  • Andrés Murcia commented on the article "12 Creativity Tips from Design Business Insiders"

    Gracias

  • Adam Rotmil commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=44&id=2057"

    Love this. Clear and concise.

  • VIvek Kansara commented on the article "The 5 Best Cities for Graphic Designers"

    I have 3+ years experience as Graphics Designer for Printing and social media. So, Any job available than fell free to contact me. vivekdkansara@hotmail.com.

  • Joseph Monaco commented on the article "Video: Everett Katigbak"

    I found this to be extremely inspirational and quite useful. Learning the business we inhousers are in is critical, agreed. Great points, great public speaking, overall great work.

  • Avedov Evgeny commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=3079&id=1753"

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  • Haak Blast commented on the article "Annie Atkins"

    I applaud Rhea because if black artist can continue to document their own culture through fiction or fact using art and film as black artist we can build a huge data for research engines and have material for people in the present and the future to reference for any studies needed for improving our society. As a Hip hop person I see the huge benefit Rhea Comb's ideas and contribution to the art world.

  • DesignNerd07 commented on the article "Hotel and travel for 2017 AIGA Design Conference"

    In case if anyone hasn't booked a hotel yet: I just tried to reserve a double room at the Holiday Inn (today is June 16th). Long story short, they were out of the blocked rooms, and the conference rate was only good from the 11th through the 15th. After some back and forth I was about to get a double room at the conference rate for the entire length of our stay (my coworker and I are attending the Eye on Design Conference and the AIGA Conference, so we needed an extra night). It required making two separate reservations, but we shouldn’t have to switch rooms. Good luck to anyone else that still needs a room!

  • Ian Hunter commented on the article "AIGA Member Portfolios"

    Who did you contact from AIGA? I emailed them, and got no reply.

  • Mark Twain commented on the article "4 easy steps to create a beautiful design portfolio"

    I would like to share my experience to use a Crevado tool for creating a portfolio. It is a best tool through which you can upload photos, videos and any other file. You can easily arrange the elements through drag and drop feature.

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  • Joshua Halstead commented on the article "Framework: Introduction"

    Hey Arthur, It's my understanding that this framework was developed under the guidance of the AIGA Center for Sustainable Design by co-authors Gaby Brink, Nathalie Destandau and Phil Hamlett. The quadrant above shows an "ecosystem" of sustainability thought leadership and actionable frameworks from the last 50 years. The Natural Step (http://www.thenaturalstep.org) and "A Road Map for Natural Capitalism" (http://is4ie.wildapricot.org/resources/Documents/HarvardBusinessReview.pdf) will give you an introduction. Then, return to this framework and recognize overlapping concepts as applied to design accountability and responsibility. Hopefully, you'll have additional questions, and that's where the fun begins!

  • Kimmy Garcia commented on the article "AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services"

    Thank you for this. This will really lift a lot of writing burden for me.

  • Rainy Day Interns commented on the article "Hotel and travel for 2017 AIGA Design Conference"

    Design is helpful to keep a good idea afloat until it can "catch fire," but no amount of "design" can help a bad idea get "good." Startups need to understand the difference.

  • Shawna Freeman commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=44&id=2056"

    Hi Del, thank you for sharing your story it's very inspiring. I'm 46 years and ready to return back yo school but a little leery because I haven't been since right out of high school. Do you have any advice for me?

  • Shelia Marable commented on the article "Where are the Black Designers?"

    Hey, Terrence!

  • MD Yusuf commented on the article "Case Study: YBCA: You Campaign"

    I am gonna to admit the UK based graphic design company. I have little bit experiences about the case study.

  • Corey Cureton commented on the article "The 5 Best Cities for Graphic Designers"

    I agree that California and New York are really the top and leading Cities that offer too many graphic design services.

  • Daniel Arruda - Darruda commented on the article "5 questions to ask prospective clients"

    Very helpful, nice article!

  • David Garcia commented on the article "Introducing the in-house committee"

    I'm an inhouse designer and would love to be a part of this initiative but can not seem to find a way to be a part of it besides viewing a webcast or reading about the steering committee. How are they chosen? How can one become part of this committee? I work in the government/non profit sector in Texas. There seems to be a lot of content but no way to communicate or be a part of it.

  • Fred Seibert commented on the article "The surprising design that saved MTV in the post-George Lois era"

    I was the original creative director at MTV. Let's be VERY clear. George Lois had NOTHING to do with MTV's design. He was not even involved at all with them channel until the spring of 1982, almost one year after the channel launch. The logo was conceived and designed by Manhattan Design/NY (Frank Olinsky, Pat Gorman, Patty Rogoff). The animated IDs were done by independents around the globe (like Colossal Pictures/SF, Broadcast Arts/Washington DC, Buzzco/NY). The on-air was designed by the in-house team like Marcy Brafman, Richard Schenkman, Marc Chusid, and Nancy Palladino. It was actually Lois' brilliant partner, Dale Pon, who even brought George to the party (Dale was the person who recommended me for my MTV job to head man Bob Pittman), and guided George through the whole thing, and it was Dale who oversaw the entire "I Want My MTV!" campaign, both strategically and creatively. Buzzco/NY produced the commercials, with Buzz Potamkin producing, Thomas Schlamme doing the original live action, and Candy Kugel directed the animation; Dale Pon directed the live action in all subsequent creative flights, Buzzco again producing the rest. George came up with the phrase (which, by the by, he knocked off from John Hubley's fantastic animated "I Want My Maypo!" in September 1956, BEFORE Lois made his mark in advertising), and Dale handled everything from then on.

  • Ajay commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=44&id=2053"

    I am FY student which courses I need too do for better future or better placement and

  • John Hrivnak commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=3079&id=2480"

    Excellent. Only beg to differ on targeted billable hours for senior principals. Their involvement in marketing, management, and operations typically means that the targeted billable hours for senior level personnel is closer to 50% - in a good year.

  • Alek bee commented on the article "AIGA Member Portfolios"

    Exactly, that's the answer!

  • Andrés Murcia commented on the article "12 Creativity Tips from Design Business Insiders"

    Gracias

  • Adam Rotmil commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=44&id=2057"

    Love this. Clear and concise.

  • VIvek Kansara commented on the article "The 5 Best Cities for Graphic Designers"

    I have 3+ years experience as Graphics Designer for Printing and social media. So, Any job available than fell free to contact me. vivekdkansara@hotmail.com.

  • Joseph Monaco commented on the article "Video: Everett Katigbak"

    I found this to be extremely inspirational and quite useful. Learning the business we inhousers are in is critical, agreed. Great points, great public speaking, overall great work.

  • Avedov Evgeny commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=3079&id=1753"

    Hello, Is it possible to please help me personally? I have to choose the personal injury lawyer from the list. Are you aware if those rankings are trustworthy? https://opporty.com/blog/Top-5-Injury-Law-Companies-in-Jacksonville-Florida.html

  • Haak Blast commented on the article "Annie Atkins"

    I applaud Rhea because if black artist can continue to document their own culture through fiction or fact using art and film as black artist we can build a huge data for research engines and have material for people in the present and the future to reference for any studies needed for improving our society. As a Hip hop person I see the huge benefit Rhea Comb's ideas and contribution to the art world.

  • DesignNerd07 commented on the article "Hotel and travel for 2017 AIGA Design Conference"

    In case if anyone hasn't booked a hotel yet: I just tried to reserve a double room at the Holiday Inn (today is June 16th). Long story short, they were out of the blocked rooms, and the conference rate was only good from the 11th through the 15th. After some back and forth I was about to get a double room at the conference rate for the entire length of our stay (my coworker and I are attending the Eye on Design Conference and the AIGA Conference, so we needed an extra night). It required making two separate reservations, but we shouldn’t have to switch rooms. Good luck to anyone else that still needs a room!

  • Ian Hunter commented on the article "AIGA Member Portfolios"

    Who did you contact from AIGA? I emailed them, and got no reply.

  • Mark Twain commented on the article "4 easy steps to create a beautiful design portfolio"

    I would like to share my experience to use a Crevado tool for creating a portfolio. It is a best tool through which you can upload photos, videos and any other file. You can easily arrange the elements through drag and drop feature.

  • siska commented on the article "365: AIGA Annual Design Exhibition 25"

    Cast a design that can be an inspiration for <a href="http://jualspreiantiair.com"> sprei anti ompol </a>

  • siska commented on the article "Diversity &amp; Inclusion on Social Media"

    <a href="http://jualspreiantiair.com"> sprei waterproof </a> aware of social media is indeed full of diversity that must be maintained.

  • siska commented on the article "Reaffirming AIGA&#39;s governance and financial practices"

    It seems that AIGA's financial governance needs to be applied to <a href="http://jualspreiantiair.com"> sprei anti air </a>

  • Joshua Halstead commented on the article "Framework: Introduction"

    Hey Arthur, It's my understanding that this framework was developed under the guidance of the AIGA Center for Sustainable Design by co-authors Gaby Brink, Nathalie Destandau and Phil Hamlett. The quadrant above shows an "ecosystem" of sustainability thought leadership and actionable frameworks from the last 50 years. The Natural Step (http://www.thenaturalstep.org) and "A Road Map for Natural Capitalism" (http://is4ie.wildapricot.org/resources/Documents/HarvardBusinessReview.pdf) will give you an introduction. Then, return to this framework and recognize overlapping concepts as applied to design accountability and responsibility. Hopefully, you'll have additional questions, and that's where the fun begins!

  • Kimmy Garcia commented on the article "AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services"

    Thank you for this. This will really lift a lot of writing burden for me.

  • Rainy Day Interns commented on the article "Hotel and travel for 2017 AIGA Design Conference"

    Design is helpful to keep a good idea afloat until it can "catch fire," but no amount of "design" can help a bad idea get "good." Startups need to understand the difference.

  • Shawna Freeman commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=44&id=2056"

    Hi Del, thank you for sharing your story it's very inspiring. I'm 46 years and ready to return back yo school but a little leery because I haven't been since right out of high school. Do you have any advice for me?

  • Shelia Marable commented on the article "Where are the Black Designers?"

    Hey, Terrence!

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