We measure our success by the success of our clients, but we're proud of the recognition we have received from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and other organizations.
We created this brochure to make the case for donor support of Lesley University’s new home for the College of Art and Design in Porter Square, Cambridge. The narrative describes the importance of the arts in student growth, in the community, and in the economy.
The new Lunder Arts Center at Lesley University opened in early 2015.
This piece was a CASE communications gold award winner.
The Campaign for Boston University will support students, faculty research, facilities, and special programs. We designed the campaign brand identity and a wide range of supporting campaign communications, in collaboration with the BU’s Office of Development & Alumni Relations.
The 36-page case statement begins with a section that examines the importance of the choices that individuals (and universities) make, and showcases some of BU’s great achievers. This thematic opening is followed by the reasoning for the campaign, financial objectives, a description of the campaign leadership, and giving opportunities.
The Campaign for Boston University has increased its goal from $1 billion to $1.5 billion.
The case statement won a CASE Grand Gold Award in the 2013 Circle of Excellence.
Boston College wanted to emphasize two key marketing points in their MBA Program viewbook. First, the experience should be seen as an investment in success; and second, ethical values are an essential part of the curriculum.
Profiles of accomplished alumni punctuate program descriptions throughout the brochure. One spread is devoted to a statement of core values, with dramatic black and white photography and classic typography. Metallic ink and an embossed cover lend an overall feeling of quality.
The Boston College MBA Program viewbook was a CASE silver medal award winner.
miss hall's school
Miss Hall's School, a leading college-preparatory school for girls, offers a unique four-year program of academics, internships, and leadership training. The school works hard to create an environment that supports a girl's ambition, individuality, intellect, and creativity.
During our research and discovery process it became clear that the opportunity for a girl to be herself is fundamental to the way Miss Hall's educates. We built the viewbook around the theme "get real" — emphasizing personal authenticity, responsibility, confidence, and preparation.
The viewbook received the Monadnock Paper Mills Award of Excellence.
weston jesuit school of theology
In preparation for a comprehensive campaign, the Weston Jesuit School of Theology asked us to help build the case for support. Early discussions identified the broad impact of the school’s alumni, and a quiet confidence in their way their mission is pursued.
A simple black and gold cover with a foil-stamped campaign logotype sets the tone for the brochure. Black & white photo portraits accompany stories describing how six alumni are applying lessons learned at Weston Jesuit to their lives and work.
The campaign exceeded its $10 million goal.
The Weston Jesuit School case statement was a gold medal winner winner in the CASE Circle of Excellence Awards.
park street school / park street kids
This web site does double duty — presenting the programs and curriculum of a preschool and an elementary school that share common philosophies and administration. The structure of the site was vital to its success, as it needed to work well for two audiences that sometimes overlapped.
The brand identity established on the web site is reinforced in our design of the school's viewbook.
The Park Street School web site was a CASE bronze medal award winner.