The Spring 2018 issue of Carey Business considers Cryptocurrency – is it the money of the future or is it a fraud? Other stories include profiles of alumni working in the world of professional athletics and a perspective on the #MeToo movement. Cryptocurrency illustrations by Michael Waraksa.
The spring issue of Mendoza Business, the alumni magazine of the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, focuses on artificial intelligence and questions of faith. Titled “Siri, Should I Believe in God,” the cover story tackles whether digital assistants are capable of answering complex metaphysical questions.
Other features include: the green energy investment boom; business schools preparing future managers to address sexual harassment in the workplace; an alumna who traded the corporate fast track for full-time caregiving; and travel tips from Mendoza’s globe-trotting associate director of student services.
Our new studio and identity continue to evolve! The latest addition: a s-s-s-s-s-super graphic along our 20-foot long worktable. From typefaces America to Ziggurat, over 40 individually cut “S” letterforms wrap the base.
We recently redesigned the Johns Hopkins Medicine Philanthropy Institute (JHMPI) website, having originally conceived the site in 2016.
The goal of the redesign was to streamline navigation, simplify content, and refresh visuals to reinforce JHMPI’s strengths in leadership, professionalism, and training, and increase enrollment in the JHMPI Summer Institute.
Our sustained relationship with JHMPI allows us to analyze data and make suggestions for improvement year to year, ensuring that JHMPI reaches its desired audience in the most effective ways.
You can now follow Skelton Sprouls on Instagram @skeltonsprouls
The Spring 2018 issue of Changing Business, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s research journal, features an article about life science companies’ reluctance to share information, leading to missed opportunities for innovation. Other topics include a concern for Russia’s state-run digital currency and the unintended consequences of a human donor-priority system. Illustrations in this issue are by Errata Carmona.
So What’s Changed?
Skelton Design is now Skelton Sprouls, carrying on a 32-year family legacy of award winning design. Claude Skelton, Elizabeth Skelton Sprouls and Kevin Sprouls are here to make your communication marketing goals a reality.
We’ve moved to a larger, open studio that enhances collaboration and client consultations. Stay tuned for an open house this spring.
We work closely with every client to deliver original, award winning work.
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We’re proud to announce that Claude and Elizabeth’s poster designs for AIGA’s “Get Out the Vote” campaign for the 2016 general election were recently included in a new book by Princeton Architectural Press titled Posters for Change: Tear, Paste, Protest. (A detail of Elizabeth’s poster made the cover!)
From the publisher: “...nearly 300 designers from around the world answered the call to create this collection of 50 tear-out posters for people who want to make their voices heard in a time of unprecedented uncertainty and apprehension.”
We recently created a new website for Educe, a boutique firm focused entirely on the event needs of higher education. Our scope of work included a responsive website, collateral and a tradeshow backdrop.
Our recent redesign of Mendoza Business Magazine for the University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business won gold in the 33rd Annual Educational Advertising Awards, sponsored by Higher Education Marketing Report. Over 2,250 entries were received from over one-thousand colleges, universities and secondary schools from all fifty states and several foreign countries.