Four publications designed by Skelton Sprouls were honored with CASE Circle of Excellence Awards, including gold and bronze awards for magazine redesign:
University of Maryland School of Nursing
Bronze – Magazine Redesign
See what the CASE judges had to say:
The feature story for the Spring 2019 issue of York College Magazine, “Hands-On, Career-Ready,” profiles recent York alums who combined theory and hands-on practice to confidently take their learning into the world before they graduated.
Other stories include the perseverance of a former student to finally receive his diploma after falling short by 1 credit more than 50 years ago, and the addition of York’s athletics program into the Middle Atlantic Conference.
Photography by Christopher Myers (cover story) and Ryan Smith (“One Credit to Go”).
The spring 2019 issue of Johns Hopkins Medicine Breakthrough magazine focuses on finding solutions to skyrocketing drug costs. Other stories include the transformative power of mindfulness/meditation for hospital staff, reducing opioid addiction in Baltimore and using scleroderma studies as an initial step in better understanding the immune response in the gut.
Read the spring issue on the CIM website.
The spring issue of Mendoza Business, the alumni magazine of the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, covers the subject of automation anxiety and why we work in the first place. Other features include teaching in the age of tech revolutions and a team of Notre Dame MBA candidates who traveled to the Amazon for a Business on the Frontlines project.
Research stories include why sexual harassment goes unreported and the development of an algorithm to help media organizations optimize their social media strategy.
The Spring 2019 issue of Johns Hopkins Carey Business offers advice from several entrepreneurial alums on how to succeed – and survive – in the turbulent world of business startups. Other stories include the approaching retirement of dean Bernard Ferrari and the benefits of cooperative negotiation methods. Illustrations by Pierluigi Longo.
Skelton Sprouls recently completed a case statement for WGBH, the public television and radio station in Boston, in collaboration with Robert Gray Writing and Editing. With this campaign, WGBH aims to achieve long term financial sustainability in an increasingly complex media landscape. The case statement includes a pocket to hold two supporting brochures, detailing WGBH’s Media Library and Archives and ways to give.
Our recently designed series of graduate program brochures for York College of Pennsylvania feature first person accounts, curriculum highlights and department facts. Portrait photography by Peter Howard.
We recently designed the exhibition catalogue, Harlem: In Situ, for the Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy. The catalogue, along with the exhibition, looks at art depicting one of the country’s most distinctive neighborhoods and cultural epicenters.
The spring issue of NURSING FOR/UM, the alumni magazine of the University of Maryland School of Nursing, focuses on immigrants’ journeys to join the U.S. nursing workforce. Other articles feature the hunt for chronic pain genes and a Q & A with long-term adjunct faculty. Cover and feature photography by Christopher Myers. Illustration by Francesco Ciccolella.