Yes we can! Kemp Design Services understands the challenges that face any
conservation organization. If you need to reach the public about a certain
issue, you need Kemp Design Services. We will work hard to help you present
your information in a way that helps people learn, but keeps their interest
with visually appealing graphics. Contact
us today to see what we can do for your organization!
Designs for the future
Kemp Design Services looks for opportunities to serve those who work
to conserve our fish and wildlife, and land and water resources.
Owner and Vice President, Kevin Kemp, has experience as a professional
wildlife biologist and belongs to The Wildlife Society, the Society
for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, and Partners in Amphibian
and Reptile Conservation. He works for the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission as a wildlife biologist where he worked on the
team that wrote Florida's Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy.
He received his Bachelors of Science in Wildlife from Purdue University's
Department of Forestry and Natural Resources.
Owner and President, Barbara Kemp worked as a graphic designer on many
projects creating educational materials for the layperson. She worked
on projects to help identify exotic species as well as native trees.
She created a series of flash animations to help farmers understand
insect lifecycles and to help them make better decisions about control
methods such as pesticides.
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Natural Resources Conservation Portfolio
Design Services created this logo for the Diamondback Terrapin
Working Group who works to conserve terrapins throughout the Atlantic
and Gulf Coast of the US. This non-profit organization will use
the logo on T-shirts, stationary and other promotional items.
professional staff designed the interface and ground work programming
for this educational CD written by Rita McKenzie of Purdue University.
This CD was created to help students identify
trees using distinguishing features of bark, leaves, buds,
and cones. It featured a dichotomus key called the "Eliminator,"
a search engine entitled Find
it Fast , as well as beautiful pictures and facts to help
students identify native trees.
Fifty Trees of Indiana recieved the Association of Natural Resource
Extension Professionals Bronze award in the Video/DVD/DC category,
as well as received an Association for Communication Excellence
(ACE) Silver Award for Fifty Trees of the Midwest
in the Informational or Non-credit Educational Video Production
staff created a series of flash animations developed for Purdue
Extension Entomology designed to educate farmers about the lifecycles
of insects. These videos help farmers to understand how insects
can affect their crops and help them make educated decisions about
control methods. Follow the links for some instructional videos
for the Bean
Leaf Beetle, Western
Cornrootworm Life Cycle, and the Japanese
Beetle Life Cycle