MWCA produced a multimedia CD-ROM as part of Chinese President Hu Jintao’s 2011 visit to the United States, and we needed a video welcome from MWCA Chairman, Governor Bob Holden for the CD-ROM and the MWCA website. This quick spot was the result.
The Behind The Vines series on the Rolling Meadows Vineyard website has been an easy way to highlight the vintner’s expertise and charm to guests and visitors. These elements are low-tech and designed for a folksy feel, which suits the RMV style as homespun and authentic.
The challenge: Provide a fresh new look for LHM without a total rebrand. The result: an image based approach to conveying outreach and connectivity. Producer: purePR Editor: Joshua Salzberg; Graphic Design: Paul Berkbigler Client: Lutheran Hour Ministries from purePR Strategy on Vimeo.
Alden Global developed a sleek, interactive PDF element to email to prospective high dollar clients. The PDF incorporated a video series, including this welcome piece focused on engaging clients with the total brand promise. Produced by purePR with Bordeleau Productions.
Omaha-based Kids Kount Publishing needed a look that was fresh and savvy, but with a primary appeal that said, “We get kids!” Through a brand discovery, we created a visual hook with our partner, P. Berkbigler Design & Illustration that is memorable, playful, and visually distinct.
Zion Lutheran needed a logo for their brand that illustrated both their deep tradition and agrarian past, and their growing future as a family church. We brought in our friends at Inkwell Creative to deliver discovery and design for a lasting impression.
When it was time to spice up the uber-established Lutheran Hour Ministries at the 2010 LCMS National Convention, we led with a visual representation of the on-the-ground service they provide worldwide. The final look was captivating, distinct, but visually “in the LHM family”.
An urban nonprofit working with volunteers in St. Louis, CFNA required a look that was clearly identifiable to the New Americans they serve and appealing to the volunteers they need to attract. Our top-to-bottom brand suite included a new mark (developed with P. Berkbigler Design & Illustration).
It’s here. It’s here. It’s finally here. As a Timeline for Facebook fan (on my personal profile page, the image from which we’re sporting above), I’ve been waiting months for the big announcement that Facebook made yesterday. At long last the visually commanding Timeline layout for profile pages is available...