This is a collateral print brochure for Network for Caring that describes their philanthropic efforts to help the underprivileged of the world through various services and initiatives. They partner with World Vision and various other nonprofit groups and ministries to provide wheelchairs, food, healthcare, schools, and more to those all around the world that are in need. About 12 pages, this was a 4 color process piece, and had photographs that were taken primarily on-location throughout.
This direct-mail print piece for a dentist office, Angie Sloan DMD PC, detailed her practice, its service offerings, experience, and a map of its location. It was a self mailer brochure that went out to the selected zip code demographic to reach potential prospects for her dentistry services. We do a number of professional service brochures, not all of which are direct mail. We help tell the story of what your firm does expertly, and what advantage your firm offers over the competition.
This 215 page printed workbook, The Holy Spirit & His Gifts, by John L. Musselman, was designed for The Jackson Institute. The workbook was in a classroom format, with questions and spaces for answering, and it details the various gifts of the Holy Spirit and how one can understand which gifts she/he has been blessed with.
This collateral print brochure was developed for the non-profit Heart For Africa, and details the amazing story of Project Canaan, an effort to take in orphans and provide income and work opportunities for adults located in and around Swaziland, Africa. The brochure tells the story of the beginning of Project Canaan, and their successful efforts to help the locals through fish farming, agriculture, and other initiatives. All of this is designed to help those in need and put them on a better path and give them a sense of hope.
This game pack was called Rantin’ and Ravin’, which we designed for North Point Community Church. It was used primarily in the middle school programs of the church in which teens are encouraged to discuss the issues they are having, and how through prayer and God’s Word those challenges can be met and overcome. It was an outlet to open discussions and give the students a chance to discuss his or her feelings during what we all may recall as a rather confusing stage of life.
This was a weight-loss print packaging campaign that included brochures, audio CDs, DVDs, and even a pedometer, along with a log that the buyer could use to aid in their weight loss and self-improvement efforts. The packaging, user guide, DVDs, and more all had the same graphic look to enhance the appeal and unify the pieces as a whole.
This print billboard was designed for Life University’s very successful, national championship-winning rugby program’s upcoming game against the University of Tennessee. It also featured the scores from victories against very high-ranking opponents in the previous year including Florida, Virginia Tech, Georgia, and Ohio State. This was an awareness campaign to highlight the success level of Life University’s rugby program and to bring in more spectators.
Misenheimer Creative, Inc. had the opportunity to design the environmental graphics like this outdoor pole banner for the Taste of Alpharetta. The bright colors and graphics signify, as the community drove by, that the Taste of Alpharetta was coming in May. Other materials, with the same branding/design look, were created, such as the Locator map, the Pocket Guide and more.
A product brochure for Lithonia Lighting, this Affinity brochure was done in a 4-color process and set up with 3 drills on the left side, so that the end-user could place it within their catalog of other Lithonia lighting products. This is an ‘architecturally aggressive’ lighting product, that allows those in office building to have light during a lights-out situation or loss of power, so that they may safely exit the building.
This 3 piece collateral print brochure was designed for One Source Relocation. The helps people move from town to town or across the country when relocating for a job. It included a pocket folder, an 8 page brochure detailing their services and what one could expect, and also a small handheld brochure that was convenient to carry during the moving process.