SOURCE: Teague


April 11, 2012 09:00 ET

TEAGUE Launches New Website

Iconic Design Consultancy Creates New Website That Celebrates 86-Years of Design Heritage

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwire - Apr 11, 2012) - Seattle-based design consultancy Teague has launched a new website at The redesigned site, created by Teague's internal design team, embodies the company's unique heritage and forward-thinking vision.

The site's homepage welcomes visitors with a clean design, simple navigation and imagery centered on the company's history and approach to design. "In the past, our website focused on our portfolio," said John Barratt, Teague president and CEO. "We're extremely proud of our work, but we're equally proud of our history, people and creative culture. This new site showcases another side of Teague, one that most people haven't seen."

Considered one of the most inveterate and well-regarded design firms in the world, the company's new website celebrates Teague's 86 years of pioneering design and innovation. The new work section features Teague's iconic design work and important milestones beginning in the 1920s through today. "We have a remarkable legacy," noted Barratt. "Being able to share our history with the world is an important part of our creative and cultural evolution."

The website also features a new section with articles devoted to topical issues relevant to design and business. Teague will continue to build out the website over the course of coming months, adding portfolio items and case studies to the work section of the site.

About Teague:
Founded in 1926 by industrial design pioneer, Walter Dorwin Teague, Seattle-based Teague is an award-winning design consultancy internationally recognized for over eight decades as a discerning team with a talent for creating evocative designs. Teague innovates with clients such as Microsoft, HP, T-Mobile, The Boeing Company, LG, SC Johnson, Rockwell Collins, Panasonic, McDonalds, Samsung, Xbox, Starbucks and Nike. More information can be found online at

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