Why Kinkopf Design?

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Focused. Being small allows me to laser-focus on each client. You get my full attention. Every Time. I begin each project at the core with questions, analysis, data, and research. Then, armed with information, I work my way to the surface to integrate smart design and visual solutions. Being small also allows me to keep my eye on the ball  and manage projects with accuracy and quality. 

Passionate. Small feeds my passion for design and problem-solving. How so? Small keeps me involved. It keeps me accountable on every level. My passion for fresh design and attention to detail runs at 150%. I build successful visual outcomes built on a foundation of thorough research, meaningful content, and smart strategies. I am continually curious which inspires fresh solutions. And I am passionate about every project no matter how small, large or challenging. Period.

Flexible. Staying small is a conscious philosophy. It keeps Kinkopf Design agile, which allows for more flexibility, availability, and competitive pricing in the current marketplace. 


Capable. With over 20 years in the design and advertising industry, Kinkopf Design is hard-wired with mighty. Mighty brings a respected reputation and a history of design experience and management to the table.

Committed. Maintaining Mighty requires a commitment to offer the best and most updated services and strategies to my clients. Mighty requires constant tooling of advertising expertise and staying current with technology and industry trends. It also means leaving ego at the door, and maintaining a great attitude from start to finish.

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Kinkopf Design founder and Design Director Kathleen Kinkopf, has worked with some pretty amazing clients over the years, from start-ups to Fortune 500's. Client experience includes: Frito Lay/Pepsico, The Southland Corporation, The Wall Street Journal, Neiman-Marcus, Brinker International, The Horchow Collection, Dillard's Department Stores, Mary Kay Cosmetics, Applebee's, Schenley Industries, Anheuser-Busch, and Dean and Deluca.

Recent and current clients include: New Mexico Humanities Council, The Library of Congress, The National Museum of American History, Heel Inc, The University of New Mexico, Sandia Preparatory School, Mountain States Insurance Group, Hub International, First National Bank, Contract Associates, Sedona Public Library, and Sandia National Laboratories. 


Also an illustrator, Kathleen has created work for Chili's/ Brinker International, American Airlines, Frito-Lay, IBM, Scholastic Books, Community Coffee, D Magazine, Campbell Soup Co., Texas Monthly, Stanford University Magazine, and National Geographic. Visit Kinkopf Studios.