Website, Identity & Business Papers, Graphic Standards Guide
Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA) was created from the union of two dynamic affordable housing organizations in the Bay Area. It was imperative to create a logo and brand identity as bold and inspirational as the organization, and to create a website that conveyed their strong foundation to garner community support.
Identity & Website
Actors' Shakespeare Project (ASP) was doing groundbreaking work within the Shakespeare world, and needed their identity and website to help communicate not only their strength on stage, but in the community as well. The logo is comprised of many little dots creating the asp/“S” shape in the logo representing the many facets to come together in their community.
The website was designed to show that their plays are their core that informs all of their outreach and education programs within the community.
Viewbook & Website
The Cambridge School of Weston, a progressive high school near Boston, sought a viewbook that captured their pedantic rigor and arts-learning philosophy. After exploring the school we were deeply impressed by its unapologetic individuality which radiated through their faculty and students—each bright, confident and spirited—it became clear that the story needed to be told by the CSW community. The viewbook, titled by the campus jargon MODS WAR FATE & CSW An Insiders' Guide to The Cambridge School of Weston, is layered with student quotes, lists, notes, photography, artwork, even varying haikus in each of the footers. The hardest part was trying to accommodate all of the exciting elements.
When designing the website, everyone wanted to keep the hand done approach that gave the viewbook it's clean-collaged look. We worked closely with the design and programming team at Whipple Hill throughout the design process to learn how to achieve code-based elements within the very flexible Podium, a CMS for schools.
A new website was designed to bring a stronger presence for MIT’s Office of Minority Education, making it easier for the Office to feature their countless events and student resources.
Stembook is a website that combines research news and research protocols for stem cell research for the Harvard Stem Cell Institute and UMass Medical School.
The Multiple Sclerosis Discovery Forum was created to advance progress towards a cure for MS by creating an online hub for MS activity. The site enables open collaboration via news, research, online forums, and in depth professional and research resources, allowing members to stay relevant, and collaborate to find a cure.
The Raising Teens website was designed to communicate a large body of research on how the media, practitioners, parents, families and adolescents can guide their teens into healthy adulthood.