Our city is home to so many passionate, innovative, and talented individuals who just might change the world if given the opportunity. Often, that opportunity starts with a story, be it visual, verbal, online, or in print. That’s where we come in.
- brand design
- event design
- squarespace site design
- brand refreshes
- social media management
- blogging + storytelling
- publications (design + editorial)
The client: RISE is a newspaper that provides hope and valuable resource information to currently incarcerated citizens to help them plan for reentering our community.
What we did: We began by building the brand and designing and editing the website. We designed the paper, provided photography services, managed and planned editorial content, wrote articles, contributed to social media, maintained the website, provided supplementary design materials, assisted in planning for longevity of the project, and more.
Indian Creek Creamery
The client: Indian Creek Creamery is a startup dairy farm located in rural Logan County, Ohio, that plans to begin selling their own brand of non-homogenized, cream-topped milk.
What we did: Photography, logo design, pattern design, and a brand standards guide.
The client: Kunsthous is a community of co-living houses built to bring people together.
What we did: Managed Facebook and Instagram, shot photography, conducted interviews and wrote blog posts, and crafted a monthly newsletter.
The client: Happenstance – a community-driven organization that produces programs, events and spaces that enhance the human experience – specializes in unexpected delight. They use expertise in design research and civic engagement to identify, develop, and produce these happenings that ultimately build a stronger community.
What we’re working on: A logo with two variations, a brand color palette, and primary and secondary typefaces.
dental access for all
The client: Dental Access for All is a fledgling social enterprise seeking to guide hospitals through the integration of onsite dental facilities.
What we did: With a tight turnaround before the client’s Demo Day event, we designed, wrote, and built a preliminary Squarespace landing page; integrated Mailchimp and Google Analytics onto the site; and designed assets for and launched the company’s Facebook page.
what's your stage?
The project: Tell the stories of five Ohio- and Kentucky-based individuals who have overcome obstacles and used their talents and passions to help others.
What we did: Conducted and edited video interviews, shot photography, wrote stories based on the interviews, launched social media platforms and a four-month campaign, and created accompanying print materials.
People Investing in Place
The client: People Investing in Place was a three-day civic change conference held by People's Liberty.
What we did: Created a booklet to guide participants through the conference, presentation headings, signage, nametags, and contact cards.