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Teaching Matters had very dated branding. I was hired to create a suite of marketing materials that demonstrated some sort of consistency. This general brochure was one of my first tasks. I focused on creating visual depth and interest by using dynamic imagery without sacrificing content.
For this startup, the challenge was to create a variety of
sell sheets to be distributed at trade shows. They needed to be consistent, therefore, I needed to create a layout
that would work with varying flavor image lockups, which
I also created.
Sonim Technologies Case Study
The Sonim product line was extensive, each product sharing many features, but was unique in it's own way. These "case studies" highlighted how Sonim phones would enhance any business. I produced no fewer than twelve case studies.
Sonim Technologies Datasheets
Sonim phones have an abundance of specifications and features. The layouts needed to be clean and consistent in order to allow the consumer to make the best choice for
their unique needs. Pictured is a standard sell sheet.
Thorvin for Animals Brochure
I created the Thorvin look and feel by starting with the
logo and following up with their trifold brochure. Their kelp was very specific to their product, and had to be 100% perfectly represented in all of their collateral, as well as have an agricultural look and feel.
Thorvin for Animals Sell Sheet
The amount of information in this two-sided sell sheet
drove the design. I followed the guidelines that I produced
to create a clear and organized representation of the feed guidelines and specifications.
Guidepost Montessori Elementary Brochure
Guidepost Montessori is a network of 90+ schools that are under the umbrella of Higher Ground Education. This 6-page trifold highlights our elementary program. I successfully found interesting ways to visually break up the large amount of copy.
Academy of Thought and Industry Viewbook
ATI is a progressive high school under the umbrella of Higher Ground Education. The task was to create a view book that would be distributed to potential families. This 48-page book was challenging because of the lack of imagery. Repeating images was not an option, therefore, sourcing appropriate images was necessary.