Who We Are

Amy WhighamAmy Whigham is a Senior Art Director & UX Designer working in Marietta, GA. With over 18 years experience, her work has won awards from the International Association of Business Communications, Print, Horizon Interactive, and a Technical Emmy Nomination. She enjoys solving design problems and welcomes constructive feedback. She believes a project is not complete until the client is satisfied.

Amy has worked and contracted in many environments from corporate, to start-up, to small boutique design shops. She understands the importance of collaboration and working with a team as well as delivering timely projects. Occasionally some projects require a lot of design hours with a very tight deadline. In these cases, colleagues are contracted to help keep the project on time and on track.

Founded in 2001, Threelegdog Design started with an idea that good design should be affordable and attainable for a client of any size.

Amy's GhiaWhen not at her desk, she enjoys gardening, outdoor activities with her husband, two children, and whippet, and working on her 1971 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia.

Clients Include

Corporate
Manheim, PGA Tour Superstore, PGA TOUR Experiences, Turner Broadcasting, Newell Rubbermaid, Lawson Software, WebMD, Novell

Design Agency
Magnetika, Speartek, Jones Design Partners

Non-profit
Corrigan Care, Inc.

Our Process

What We Do

Every project begins with brainstorming and sketching. After a rough sketch is chosen, the design moves to the computer and set of design concepts are presented. The chosen design concept then goes through 1-2 rounds of revisions before a final design is produced.

We offer a broad range of customized design solutions for your business. Solutions include website design, eBlasts, eNewsletters, customizing website templates, iOS and Android app design, logos, letterhead, business cards, brochures, newsletters, catalogs, newspaper ads, magazine ads, direct mail, posters, signage, and trade show materials.

Why the Name Threelegdog Design?

Our name honors our studio mascot Betty, who as a puppy lost her back right leg. After 15 years she continued to inspire us with her energy and courageousness. Betty passed away in July 2009 after battling a tumor. We will truly miss little Betty, but know she is keeping watch from her fluffy dog pillow in the sky.

Please support pets with disabilities at your local animal shelter or help online at Pets with Disabilities.org.

Betty

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