Nick Winter marks his first anniversary with the Ideas Collide design team in March and in that first year Nick has worked on some of the most iconic, defining and unique branding projects the agency has ever created. Growing up in Michigan, Nick had a passion for construction. In high school, Nick signed up for all of the design and architecture classes, learning how to draw and draft at an early age. In fact, when Nick enrolled at Arizona State University, it was to earn a degree and become an architect. But it wasn’t long into his college career that Nick found a new way to build. His decision to join the Graphic Design program opened new doors to constructing brands and he was liberated from the restrictions of zoning laws and raw materials.
Nick has built numerous brand identity projects from the ground up in the 9 months he has worked at Ideas Collide; including Danzeisen Dairy , Insight’s Cloudcast Conference and Intel’s Marketing Technology Leadership Series. Nick designed everything from logos, to packaging labels to business cards, giving each project all the pieces needed to be pushed into the public spotlight.
Ideas Collide loves to build impactful solutions. Nick’s eye for good architecture makes him the perfect designer for the construction of long-lasting, pixel-perfect brands.