Category: featured

God’s Pantry Food Bank Annual Report

Annual report design for God’s Pantry Food Bank. Print piece illustrating their work and where the money of their donors is allocated. Bold colors drawn from their existing branding mixed with large images and infographics help make statistical information more compelling.

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The Daily Serve

Ecommerce site design and development for The Daily Serve, an online store serving Australians a daily dose of healthy foods. WooCommerce platform with a number of HTML 5 elements provide a good balance of bells and whistles with a functional delivery system.

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3D Africa

Branding and site development for 3D Africa, a program powered by the Youth for Technology Foundation. The program provides training for students in Nigeria and additional locations in Africa that includes 3D modeling and related technologies with a goal of economic empowerment in these developing economies. The goal of this design was to create a […]

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WTC Miami: Trade and Logistics Hub of the Americas

Client: Word Trade Center Miami Format: Bi-fold Print brochure Details: This project highlights the benefits of conducting global business in Miami and the logistical support that is available.    

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Pohl Rosa Pohl

Client: Pohl Rosa Pohl Architects Format: WordPress website Details: Parallax scrolling, WordPress CMS backend to create a visually dynamic site with a focus on the beautiful end result of the architects visions.    

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Knight Cities Challenge

Client: Knight Foundation Format: HTML 5 website Details: Web development for Knight Foundation’s Knight Cities Challenge.    

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CTC Innovation Report

Client: Cincinnati Children’s Format: Annual Report Details: Design of Cincinnati Children’s Center for Technology Commercialization’s Innovation Report    

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Knight Arts Challenge Miami

Client: Knight Foundation Format: WordPress website Details: Microsite and support collateral design for the Knight Arts Challenge Miami. The project was in support of an arts grant initiative, with the winner receiving a $20,000 grant. Voting is being handled by text messaging.    

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Digital Training Comes of Age

Client: Knight Foundation Format: Annual Report Details: Design of the Knight Foundation’s publication Digital Training Comes of Age    

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Publish What You Pay’s Chain for Change

Client: Publish What You Pay Format: Posters Details: Design of Publish What You Pay’s Chain for Change conference poster.    

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Research Horizons magazine

Client: Cincinnati Children’s Format: Magazine Details: Design and layout of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Research Horizons magazine.    

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Smiley Pete Publishing

Client: Smiley Pete Publishing Format: WordPress website Details: Web redesign of Smiley Pete Publishing’s fleet: Chevy Chaser magazine, Business Lexington, Southsider magazine and Smiley Pete’s parent site.  

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Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation Annual Report

Client: Cincinnati Children’s Format: Annual Report Details: Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation Annual Report. Art direction, design and production. A summary of the research foundations divisional accomplishments for 2011, as well as features and statistics on the hospital’s growth and development.    

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Buckle Up for Life

Client: Cincinnati Children’s Format: Mixed collateral Details: Brand development, logo and materials design for Cincinnati Children’s and Toyota’s Buckle Up for Life Program. A great project and a very important cause. Incorporating branding standards of both companies while creating a unique brand all its own.    

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Xtreme Carbons, Inc.

Branding and identity work for Carbon nanotube manufacturers, Xtreme Carbons, Inc. This company is employing some of the most cutting-edge technologies available and needed clean and modern branding to reflect that.

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La Voz of Kentucky

Redesign of bilingual publication La Voz. This project presented the unique challenge of packaging information in both English and Spanish. The result is a dynamic publication that reflects a growing immigrant population and hopes to serve as an ambassador for them to their new community and the opposite as well.  

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LexArts Gallery Hop

Redesign of Lexington’s Gallery Hop logo, guide and signage. The stated goal of attracting a younger audience while injecting a sense of vibrancy and energy was achieved. A clean, clear design combined with intense color schema offers a bold departure from past more subdued looks.

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