Well, no. But we do transform companies into memorable brands and make marketing problems disappear. And our work does have a tendency to leave clients asking, “How did you do it?”

 

Now that you’re wondering how we do it, here’s a peek behind the curtain: Nium is built differently than your typical design firm. We took all the best parts of an agency, a studio and a print shop, then put them back together to create a place—and a partner—that’s like nothing you’ve experienced before.

 

Maybe it’s a little like magic, after all.

what we do:

 

branding
web + print design
marketing campaigns
corporate identity
photography

is it magic?

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we make
anything possible.

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branding, digital, web design, marketing collateral, print production, you name it. consider it done — and done well.

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we are:

curious

inventive

problem solvers

confident

we are not:

unrealistic

predictable

impulsive

egomaniacs

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meet the team.

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bill stabnau

president


Bill grew up in rural Bedford County, Pennsylvania, where his MacGyver-like abilities to fix and make nearly anything began to take form. After attending Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Bill began his professional career designing and building scenery for theatre. Several design firms, print shops, and cities later, Bill founded Nium, Inc., based on the concept that clients are best served by a direct, honest approach to design and production with a healthy dose of creativity, humor, and elbow grease.

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sandy molenda

finance manager


Whoever said, "Don't mess with Texas" never met Sandy. Sandy's experiences as a big sister, mom, and accounting person for area design firms primed her for her multi-faceted role at Nium. On all paths, she honed her finance skills and patience for colorful personalities. When she isn't navigating through QuickBooks, chasing down timesheets, or trouble-shooting procedures, you may find Sandy helping to remove a coffee stain or sharing a coupon.

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terri ressler

account director


Equally proficient in digital as she is in print, Terri has been leading clients big and small through global product releases, brand development, and digital efforts for just about 20 years. When she’s not writing creative briefs, reviewing project statuses, or chatting with clients, Terri can be found going on adventures with her two kiddos, sipping wine or Guinness while watching binge watching TV (preferably reality or crime shows), or enjoying her neighborhood.

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michael seidl

art director / senior designer


When Michael isn't gardening or listening to music, he spends time mastering his killer typography skills and honing his natural eye for design. Michael's winding path to Nium started out at the La Roche College Graphic Design Program and led him through the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium in-house design department as well as local design firms where he developed an expertise in brand identity development and print design.

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kyle healy

production coordinator


Originally hailing from Howard County, MD, Kyle is the freshest face here at Nium. After graduating from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Kyle began his decade-plus career in the wonderful world of printing. The perfect counterpart to Jason’s love for 80s hair band music, Kyle is also a die-hard heavy metal music fan (and sometimes singer).

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jason thomas

production coordinator


In addition to bringing expert knowledge of production equipment and methodology to Team Nium, Jason also brings a healthy dose of competition in the category of office singing. While he sets production plans in place, he also performs several big hair band sets each day. You can always count on Jason to solve any production conundrum and recall any heavy metal lyrics from the eighties.