Research Corporation of the University of Hawaiʻi’s (RCUH) source of business is from research and training projects supported by extramural contracts and grants to University of Hawaiʻi faculty. Other projects, generally supported by federal and private funds, are task ordered to RCUH by state departments, county agencies, and national and international entities. They also protect Hawaiʻi’s environment, contribute to family and children’s healthy development, increase knowledge of climate change, educate students, and bring other benefits to Hawaiʻi.

Marc Hedges (creative director, design, and project management)
Monica Hui Hekman (design and illustration)
Jorge Naranjo (design and illustration)
Steve Stadwiser and Adam Roop (website design and development)


The AIGA San Diego Y Design Conference is a national-caliber design conference hosted by AIGA San Diego. The Y Conference brings together industry thinkers, innovators and change-makers for two days of creativity and collaboration.

Marc Hedges (creative director, design, and project management)
Kate McCarthy (creative director, design, and production)
Erin Dewey (design and production)
Alberto Lopez (motion graphics)
Fernando Campos (Y20 Commemorative Video)
San Diego AIGA, Y20 Archived Website


Urban Eats is a community oriented Gourmet Food Truck focused on Fresh Affordable Fare, delivering honest food using as many local ingredients as possible.

Marc Hedges (creative director, design, and project management)
Michael Chinn (creative director, design, and illustration)
Steve Stadwiser (website design and development)


Our introduction to Pappalecco came from a lunch recommendation. We had a wonderful lunch, enjoyed the personal service, and topped it off with an refreshing Affogotto. Pappalecco “is an Adventure Through the Truth of Italy”, Food, Culture, Art, Style… Essences of Italy.” Our relationship with Francesco and Lorenzo Bucci started after the brothers had journeyed from Pisa, landed in San Diego’s Little Italy, and made their dream a reality with their first restaurant opening.

Our first project was to design and develop its Website which included the restaurant as well as a unique section highlighting Pappalecco Travel, an exclusive offering of itinerary packages thru North, Central, and Southern Italy. This custom integration features a dynamic javascript map that gives the visitor browsing control throughout the map and the destinations. We closed out the online needs with a WordPress Blog and Enewsletter marketing solution. Working with there existing logo we finalized the brands typography usage, created taglines, and formalized the color palette. We then updated the business card design, created a promotional brochure, new menu, and store signage that included food photography. The deliverables closed with a 12 page brand usage guide. Within 14 months of our engagement and the success of the restaurant and our brand approach Pappalecco opened its second location in Hillcrest.

Team Credit:
Fabrizio Scippa (creative and design)
Cody Small (design and production)
Steve Stadwiser (website development)
Marc Aguilera (color and output management)
Aaron Serafino (food and location photography)