When the Civic Arts Plaza opened in 1994, the Internet was in its infancy and Talbot Design Group blazed a trail to get the Civic Arts Plaza online and has built it into an essential marketing tool. After eight years of maintaining the continuity and graphic integrity of the site, GayLyn Talbot, owner of Talbot Design Group, has passed the torch over to the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza officials to continue to update and maintain. The value of her donation and other auxiliary support has exceeded $200,000 to date and the Alliance is deeply grateful for her help and assistance. The site averages 300,000 visitors per month and includes a virtual tour, community sections, calendars of events and donor/member opportunities. Talbot is also a charter member of the highly successful Angels of the Alliance auxiliary and has contributed countless hours of creative direction of their materials and programs.
Today TDG continues to be on the forefront of web design being an early adapter of Flash technology and other industry advances.
Whether it’s brand development, packaging, advertising or website design, we are strategic thinkers who offer flexibility, personalized service and immediate action.
For more information please contact GayLyn Talbot, president of Talbot Design Group, at 805.494.0066 located at 310 N. Westlake Blvd. Suite 220, Westlake Village, CA 91362.