2016 was an exciting year for us as we got the opportunity to work on a variety of new projects and build on existing client relationships. You may have seen us promoting websites we developed for the City of Springfield, BELXX, and Teikuro Corporation, as well as marketing campaigns for Meadow View Growers and the Clark County Public Library. We also got to work on many smaller projects, which are always fun to have in the mix.
We created a custom die-cut brochure for Valco Industries Inc. to showcase the company’s unique capabilities. The promotional piece folds twice, going from a square to a triangle, while each panel displays a different part of the business. Once completely folded, the front of the brochure features an image of a triangle ruler as a fun and useful creative element.
The Rocking Horse Community Health Center wanted to create a new brochure. It would promote their organization and would replace an outdated existing brochure. The team worked back and forth with them to capture the correct branding and messaging for the piece. We ended up creating a custom illustration for the cover and including imagery that supported the information about their beliefs and services. We were just as pleased with the end result as the client!
You may have heard about the opening of the John Legend Theater in The Springfield Center of Innovation: The Dome. This was formerly Springfield South High School. We have done quite a bit of work with the Springfield City School District and CareerConnectEd, also at The Dome. So, we were asked to design a logo for the John Legend Theater as well as a program for the Ribbon Cutting and Dedication ceremonies. It was so exciting to be able to contribute creatively to such an asset to our community.
The Clark County Community Development modified their name to include their Economic Development roles. Therefore, they needed us to redesign the branding we had created for them 4-5 years ago. We brought back a previous idea and refreshed it with a city skyline to represent the work done both commercially and residentially within Clark County. We applied the new branding to all of their office materials and updated the designs of two retractable display banners. The new colors and overall look and feel more accurately portray Clark County Community and Economic Development.
It’s still early in 2017, but we have wrapped up some really creative work and have even more innovative projects underway. We can’t wait to share the visuals AND the results with you this year!