Graphic Design in Omaha, Nebraska

Curious? Check. Capable? Check. Fun to work with? Correct again.

Every day, we prove you don’t have to be big to be good – you just have to care about doing great work. Our nationwide partner/client base ranges from one-person shops to Fortune 200 goliaths, providing services as small as designing a business card to creating a full branding and marketing plan along with collateral for an international technology company.

We hope that you’ll contact us at Eleven19. We’d love to hear more about your unique challenges and help you write your unique success story.

Creative Services


From a single logo to a full-on brand package, you can trust the company that was selected by the mayor to design The Key to the City of Omaha. (Stop by our offices, we’ll even let you hold it.)


Concept to delivery, you won’t find an agency more capable of partnering with you to define your unique selling proposition and communicating it to your customers in a way that cuts through the clutter and makes your message memorable. Good ideas lead to great results.


Our company grew up with the web. We can partner with you to maximize not only the look and flow of your site, but also help advise on content, search engine optimization, and tracking to make sure you’re getting the most of your virtual presence online.

Eleven19 is the creative consultancy of Donovan Beery

Donovan received a bachelor’s degree in Visual Communication & Design from the University of Nebraska at Kearney.

His background in visual communications, web design, and creative concepts were put to good use when he was the chief web designer at Union Pacific and the corporate identity and web designer at Nexterna. He’s lectured on web design at Creighton University, and currently teaches visual communications at Metropolitan Community College. He proudly served seven years on the Board of Directors for AIGA Nebraska, and ten years on the Architectural Foundation of Nebraska board. In 2009, Donovan was appointed by Omaha Mayor Mike Fahey to the Omaha Public Art Commission, where he served for six years.

Donovan’s work has appeared in CoupeGraphic Design USAHOWPrint, and STEP Inside Design magazines, as well as numerous books, including Graphic: Inside the Sketchbooks of the World’s Great Graphic DesignersBecoming a Graphic Designer: A Guide to Careers in Design, and 365 Habits of Successful Graphic Designers. His work has been recognized with numerous design awards and is included in the permanent collection of the Chicago Design Archive.

In 2017, Donovan co-wrote The Book on Self-Promotion. He also co-founded and hosts The Reflex Blue Show at 36 Point, and has blogged about the design industry for Be A Design Group and Neenah Paper.