Posts Tagged: brochure

Carnegie Mellon University & West Virginia University Booklets

I’m so excited to see the final printed product after working on these two booklets over the winter for this collaborative effort between CMU and WVU. These are both 8-panel accordion-folded booklets, to be handed out with research studies to teenage girls. The top one is a reference guide showing all the┬ávarious birth control options… Read more »

Anne Frank House Brochure

A tri-fold brochure for a non-profit in Washington DC providing housing to those in need.

Twin Ridge Brochure

I got to refresh the design for the trifold brochure for the local Twin Ridge Upland Bird Farm. They had some newer photos to work with and the design highlights the photography and shares the pricing and basic information.

Trifold Brochure for Melissa Swartz

Melissa opened her company in Shepherdstown over the winter. To get her started with marketing, I designed a trifold brochure explaining her counseling services. I wanted the design to be cheerful, inviting, and warm.

Trifold Brochure for WY18 Condos

UIP Property Management, Inc renovated some smart-looking condos in DC. I designed a bunch of marketing materials for WY18, including this trifold brochure. They wanted to show the old touches mixed with the new.

Real Estate Newsletter

I designed an 11 x 17 Newsletter to go to residents in Marbury Plaza in DC. This piece was for UIP Property Management, Inc. It’s always hard to showcase folded pieces nicely but it folds twice and has a mailing panel.

Shady Grove Fertility

Here are a few pieces from one of our newer clients, Shady Grove Fertility. They have existing branding, but we tried to update the look with subtle tweaks. We started with a redesign of one of their trifold brochures and then designed a postcard.

Folder with Postcards

Super talented illustrator Bob Hynes needed a direct mail piece to showcase his work. We decided on a tri-fold brochure/folder format, to be mailed in a matching envelope. On the center inside panel, we made a piece to look similar to a business card that holds in a collection of take-out postcards. The postcards could… Read more »