Bryn Mawr’s Bloom was conceived as a magazine-style alternative to traditional school viewbooks. As such, its tone and look is intentionally more newsy, breezy, and fun than a typical admissions brochure. It provides a semiannual peek into the life of the Bryn Mawr Girl.
The Fall 2018 issue of Changing Business, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s research journal, features an article on the moral disgust some feel for counterfeit items that can extend to the genuine products being copied. Other topics include environmental policy that makes correlations without thoroughly analyzing data and risky sales promotions that don’t always pay off. Illustrations in this issue are by Andrew Colin Beck.
As a follow up to the a modular case statement we designed for WGBH, and working in collaboration with Robert Gray Writing and Editing, we designed a campaign brochure that was used at the public phase announcement party this fall. Photos by Bill Denison.
U-Mag: The Anatomy of a University Magazine
SAVE THE DATE
October 25, 6:30 pm
Center for the Arts Lecture Hall
Magazines are alive, well, and thriving in the college and university alumni sector. What does it take to produce an issue? Join Skelton Sprouls to learn the ins and outs of redesigning a magazine, making covers memorable and what it takes to put together a feature story. The creative team – art directors, editor, photographer – will be on hand to walk you through the process.
Presented by Towson University and SHAG
York makes getting accepted into college an event. This branded envelope/pocket folder contains all the information incoming students need to get started and introduces them to the York community.
The fall issue of NURSING FOR/UM for University of Maryland’s School of Nursing focuses on informatics – how technology is being used to facilitate the delivery of better, more efficient health care. Other stories discuss the rise of men in nursing, and the lack of consistency in data collection among medical researchers. Illustrations by Stuart Bradford and Mark Allen Miller. Photography by Christopher Myers.
Ten years ago we did a complete identity redesign for Baltimore Clayworks, so we were excited to get a call back to refresh the brand in 2018. The outcome of the work was a new master logo, program logos, a style guide and brand assets for their communications team, including new stationery.
As students head back to school this fall, Claude and Kevin will be back in the classroom teaching graphic design and typography at Towson University. In addition to teaching, be on the look out for a special lecture we’ll be giving in late October on Alumni Magazines.
The Fall 2018 issue of York College Magazine features a senior-year capstone course that builds, programs, and operates cutting-edge drones equipped with specialized cameras to help farmers become more efficient.