For 2019, we focused on “The Face of Justice: Pioneering Women Jurists” and commissioned six talented artists to create portraits of these international legal visionaries. The results are beautiful, intriguing and emotionally resonant.
We created a little storybook about this little Education Foundation and their big change. You can download it here.
“The best camera is the one you have with you.” Even — or maybe especially — if it’s a phone.
McKinsey found that those with the strongest commitment to design and the most adept execution of design principles had 32% more revenue and 56% more total returns to shareholders.
What’s an interrobang? It’s an actual symbol that denotes an exclamatory, often rhetorical question — a question mark superimposed on an exclamation point, with a shared dot. (“WTF‽” is a perfect example.)
This Foundation quickly needed to rename itself and create a fresh, new brand identity that would help announce and embody a change within the community, and help students soar.
What if you could hold an actual conversation with a can of generic cola? How about a bar of soap? A candle? What would these everyday objects have to say about their own lives, and those of the humans they interact with?
The city of Gainesville, FL, is using a new buzzword to describe its decision not to use a logo and tagline. The term is “debranding”. But that’s not what’s actually going on.
Our logo for UCLArts & Healing is a celebration of the ampersand and it’s connecting power. Ah, typography!
Part of the art of marketing is making something cool, but not too cool. What? Research shows that we gravitate … More