Using an existing logo and a new one, a full line of marketing materials were developed.
- tote bag
- tri-fold brochure
- multi-page booklet
- business card
- car stickers
- table throws
- tshirt, polo shirts and baby onesies
- web design
Transition from Center for Discovery 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.
A presentation folder was designed with this new look/feel. The inside of the folder carried brochures of different programs as well as a business card.
Along with this, a logo, display sign, and multiple emails were designed with this new theme.
The business card needed to be different from the Center for Discovery and Oceanaire cards yet be similar in theme.
Oceanaire was acquired by Discovery Practice Management so the marketing materials needed to reflect that Oceanire was part of DPM but was different from its sister program, Center for Discovery. Using the CFD idea, we re-branded Oceanaire with the DPM imagery but kept its existing blue color.
The logo was modified so it was more readable and a business card was created as well.
Fund raising for technology, classroom supplies and equipment for the school. Each year teacher requests exceed donations and with recent cutbacks in state funding fund raising becomes vital.
The materials consisted of a 1-fold brochure, remittance card and envelope.
Target Audience: parents
Design Goal: The sunflower is a thematic element carried from year to year. Previous brochures were heavy on dark colors. The direction was to make it light and easy to look at.
Rather than have jog-a-thons, auctions, bbqs, etc, this school decided to have one fund raiser or ONE campaign.
The materials consisted of the 1-fold brochure, remittance envelope, 2’x4′ banners, car magnets and brochure insert.
A therapist needed a new look and feel for her business card and letterhead.
A postcard and website are being developed with this same theme.
This was a branding job from logo to ecommerce. The owner wanted a calalily photo as the logo for this shave gel and lotion. This proved to be challenging in the development of one-color art for the travel size packaging and clothing.
Developed for this brand:
Using the new logo, a new identity package was developed including letterhead, envelope, business card, notepad, postcard and brochure.
The brochure was to be used at the tourist center rack where the only the top of the brochure would be visible. Hence only the logo and textured background are featured on the cover. The inside shows off the rooms, grounds and common areas. The goal is to drive readers to the website.
A business who writes targeted customer
success-stories whose major client is HP needed a look and feel for business cards, power point presentations, email blasts, and web portal.
This is an 8-page multi-tiered brochure with colored tabs for each section.
The existing identity colors were blue and brown and the existing logo was the 3-image line drawing.
To take her previous 3-panel brochure to the next level
Her website was then updated with the new branding elements.
A business card soon followed.