About Ogline Design

Ogline Design has served a clientele that has included Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell (notably the 2003 and 2007 Gubernatorial Inaugural Celebrations), the Crossroads of the American Revolution Association, Historic Philadelphia, The White House, Group Inc, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, the National Governors Association, TargetX, Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pennsylvania, Albright College, Florida Tourism, the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, Damon’s Grill, NAPA, SmithKline Beecham and many more with creative solutions that have ranged from identity design to publication design to website development.

Tim E. Ogline, Principal

Tim Ogline is a committed craftsman with a two decade history of producing smart creative to bolster brands—or build them—in service to his clientele. Tim is also an educator as well, teaching in the Graphic Design and Illustration Departments at Moore College of Art & Design and also at Temple University's Tyler School of Art. Ogline has also served as the Art Director and as a Contributing Editor for the Wild River Review in the past.

Tim’s award-winning illustration work has been published by a number of different periodicals including The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Wall Street Journal, the Utne Reader, Outdoor Life, This Old House Magazine, Institutional Investor, Philadelphia Style, Loyola Lawyer, How Magazine, and The Florida Review among others.

Ogline is also the author/artist/designer of the recently released Ben Franklin For Beginners. Ben Franklin For Beginners, published by For Beginners and distributed by Random House, is a nonlinear YA oriented biography of Ben Franklin that discusses his life in topic oriented, richly illustrated chapters that detail Franklin’s achievements in numerous areas.