Social services and non-profits support worthy causes but have challenging objectives. They do essential work with few resources. A precise brand will helps forge a connection between cause and audience.

  • slo the stigma, social services, nonprofit, social awareness, cause and effect, print design, identity development, guerilla marketing, public relations, billboard design, print design

    Finally, light is cast on the stigmas of mental illness.

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  • oregon learning center, print collateral design, print design, brand development, identity design

    This brand put the focus on healthy families.

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  • Transitions Mental Health Association Banner

    This California landmark prepared for a major milestone

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SOCIAL SERVICES / NONPROFIT CLIENT CASE STUDIES

  • SLOtheSTIGMA

    Transitions Mental Health Services wanted to bring mental health resources into the spotlight and eliminate stigmas associated with seeking help.

  • Oregon Social Learning Center

    The Oregon Social Learning Center works hard to understand what makes healthy families. Its brand now represents the communities it builds.

  • Friends of Hearst Castle

    A world-renowned historical monument wanted to celebrate its anniversary while boosting donations. The solution: let visitors guard the Castle.

  • Morro Bay Estuary

    The Morro Bay National Estuary houses an incredible array of life. The Estuary’s educational brochure helps visitors understand its importance.

  • Cal Poly Stride

    Cal Poly’s Kinesiology Department desired a name and identity for its research program to promote healthy weights and lifestyles.

  • Conejo Schools Foundation

    Locally inspired design created wonderfully successful fundraising for the Conejo Schools Foundation.

  • Transitions Mental Health Association

    When people overcome and learn to live with mental illness, they grow. TMHA’s brand is a symbol of this growth.

  • Growing Together Initiative

    The Growing Together Initiative has made great headway in promoting equality in San Luis Obispo County. New materials furthered the cause.

  • SLO Hotline

    A simple and easily recognizable logo was critical for the SLO Hotline, a non-profit for support and crisis intervention.

  • Central Coast Aquarium

    Central Coast Aquarium needed a fun new look to grab attention and draw in the crowds.