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What's a corporate identity? And how should it look? Denise Korn helps clients figure that out.

When Korn Design helped Jody Adams rethink the look of her restaurant, Rialto, inspiration came from many sources like Tuscan hues of terra cotta and rosemary made their way int the color palette.
When Korn Design helped Jody Adams rethink the look of her restaurant, Rialto, inspiration came from many sources like Tuscan hues of terra cotta and rosemary made their way int the color palette. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff) Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff
By Carlene Hempel
Globe Correspondent / February 28, 2008

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Denise Korn is standing in her bright South End office over a collection of wicker boxes, each piled high with colorful magazine and newspaper clippings. (Full article: 1310 words)

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