Creative Briefs #036: DJ Trishchler

Our hosts interview Creative Partner at D+J and AIGA Chattanooga Board Member DJ Trishchler! Recorded on 09/04/2013.

DJ’s Links

D+J’s Work & Things We Mentioned

  • Both of these images are Jonathan Mansfield from
  • Shush Cafe - Case Study - D+J
  • Variable Technologies - Case Study - D+J
  • Light Finds - Case Study - D+J
  • D + J Process - Light Finds. The story of our work with Kodak, TN–based photography studio Light Finds.
  • GridWell - Case Study - By D+J
  • Society of Work - Case Study - by D+J
  • Forward! AIGA Leadership Retreat
  • AIGA Chattanooga | About Us
  • Chatype: A Typeface for Chattanooga, Tennessee. by Chatype — Kickstarter
  • Kickstarter is a new way to fund creative projects.
  • Andrew Blauvelt is Curator of Architecture and Design and Chief of Communications and Audience Engagement at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.
  • Chatype - The official municipal american typeface for Chattanooga.
  • Silent Cycles is a bicycle and fabrication workshop located on Chattanooga's North Shore. We tailor bicycles one at a time, and believe in design, honesty, and craft.
  • NODE: a modular, handheld powerhouse of sensors by George Yu — Kickstarter
  • As principal and director, he has led Widgets & Stone since day one. Paul serves as the hub of the studio, drawing clients, creative ideas and collaborators together around projects to accomplish business and brand objectives.
  • Chatype - The official municipal american typeface for Chattanooga.
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee is one of the South’s top travel destinations.
  • Stefan Sagmeister
  • R. Michael Hendrix, an IDEO partner, co-leads the Boston studio.
  • Jeremy Dooley is the owner of insigne, a Chattanooga, Tennessee-based typeface design company that prides itself on its diverse typeface library.  Check him out at and
  • Robbie de Villiers is a designer and the owner of Wilton Foundry. Check him out at,, and
  • Chatype - The official municipal american typeface for Chattanooga.
  • Chatype: A Typeface for Chattanooga!. A video made for the Kickstarter campaign that funded the project.
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Published November 5, 2013