Advertisements Rebuilding Workshop

Full Spectrum Recovery and Counseling Center began a new program to help those who had recently gone through a divorce, death or separation. The advertisement was place in the Independent, Daily Sound, and Montecito Journal. An accompanying flyer was developed and posted around town.


Advertisements Children’s Chorus

Ads appeared in the Independent, News-Press, and school directories. Different campaigns covered topics such as registration, performances, and general information. Black/white ads were used in publications where needed.


Advertisements Motion Theater

This first ad appeared in the Independent and News-Press. It accompanied a poster, postcard, email campaign and program.

This second ad was developed for a SB Museum of Art program.

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Advertisements Discovery Practice Management

Center for Discovery changed its name to Discovery Practice Management. The Center for Discovery had a specific look and feel. When they acquired a new eating disorders facility, Oceanaire, they wanted a variation on the existing look, but make it distinctive in and of itself. This first ad announced the creation of Discovery Practice Management and the acquisition of Oceanaire.

Following are ads for other publications.

Created for Apted Magazine

half page ad for CAMFT magazine

half page ad for Gurze magazine

quarter page ad for Gurze magazine

Advertisements Center for Discovery

Is a postcard advertisement or an invitation? This postcard advertises an educational lecture for therapists. The look and feel echoed the sponsoring organization’s web site.

Then the look/feel changed so subsequent postcards changed.

Print ads were developed for Apted, Seen, CAMFT, and Gurze Magazines.

Banner ads were developed in a variety of sizes for use on many websites.

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ad for CAMFT (color for Seen Magazine)

ad for Gurze and Apted

banner ad

Advertisements SBParent newsletter ads

If an advertiser with does not have the resources to design an ad to the SBParent newsletter specifications, we design an ad for the advertiser.

The advertisers usually have existing print ads they want re-purposed for the e-newsletter ad. The challenge is that there’s a lot of information to be scaled down into a 170×275 pixel ad. What information is the most important? How can it stand out from the other ads? Can everything be readable so the viewer can act on the ad?

Here are some samples of the ads.