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Online Biennial Report
Client: International START Secretariat
We designed and coded this mobile-first online biennial report for START with advanced analytics tracking to see which pieces of content performed best. This will allow them to effectively plan the most pertinent content for the next report.
SHared Access Research Ecosystem Branding
Client: Association of Research Libraries
Logomark and wordmark for SHARE, a higher education and research community initiative to ensure the access to, preservation, and reuse of research. SHARE works to make the inventory of research more discoverable and more accessible, and to enable the research community to build upon these assets in creative and productive ways.
Annual Report 2011–12
Client: American University Library
The annual report serves as American University Library’s main development piece. For maximum effectiveness, it fulfills two roles: 1) a celebration of the previous year’s accomplishments and 2) a vehicle to highlight a unique aspect of the library’s special collections.
The Internet Blueprint
Client: Public Knowledge
Public Knowledge wanted a design that drew inspiration from the title of their new project, The Internet Blueprint. We loved the idea of having a rich blue palette that mimics architectural blueprints and a way to allude to the idea that each new initiative creates a fuller picture of internet policy.
Bite-sized Marketing, Book Cover and Layout
Client: American Library Association
In addition to writing Bite Sized Marketing, published by the American Library Association, we also designed the cover and interior. Drawing inspiration from the name of the book as well as the idea that it is meant to be used as needed rather than read cover to cover, we illustrated rows of "bite-sized" chocolates in the style of Wayne Thiebaud. For the inside, we focused on defining a clear hierarchy within the constraints of single color printing.
National Ecological Research Park Brochure
Client: University of Georgia
The University of Georgia’s National Ecological Research Park (NERP) wanted a welcoming design that could provide some history of the site, allow new visitors to learn about their initiatives, give donors a look at where their monies were used, and provide a concise justification for their government funding for congress. We were able to accomplish all of their goals in a 16 page document.
Experience the Event Website Coding
AIDS/LifeCycle is a huge, 5-day bike ride from Los Angeles to San Francisco to raise funds and awareness for HIV/AIDS research. We coded their "Experience the Event" site which allowed families and friends to follow the riders’ progress virtually. Design by Aaron Pedroza.
Year End Campaign
Client: San Francisco AIDS Foundation
The digital, year-end campaign for San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF) focused on Claudia and the assistance she received for her family from the foundation. In telling her story, SFAF was able to show how donations directly impact the life of their clients.
Client: The Studio Visit
The Studio Visit started as a small side project for artist Isabel Manalo and has since grown to a large-scale, multi-national collaborative non-profit. The site we designed in the early days has remained robust enough to meet the needs of the burgeoning non-profit.