Run by Cordon Bleu trained chef Renée Faubert, Renée’s Kitchen is a carry-out business offering delicious dinner options for its Natick, MA community. The dishes range across cuisines and flavors and are alongside baked goods and sandwiches during the day. The fresh new restaurant needed some fresh new branding.
The Good Lemon, a digital marketing and branding agency based in Washington, D.C., needed a visual identity that reflected their professional, positive personality. With a name like The Good Lemon it would be easy to fall into cliché. We worked closely with Katie and Megan to design a logo that showcased the strength of their expertise in today’s ever-changing marketplace.
Sherry Pollex, ovarian cancer survivor and longtime girlfriend of Martin Truex Jr., teamed up with the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance to help spread awareness about the symptoms of ovarian cancer. That partnership resulted in The Teal Appeal; an event held at Darlington Raceway.
MyBuckleMate is a great product that keeps back-seat buckles propped up and easy to reach. As they geared up for a national product launch, they wanted their brand to match the quality of their invention.
We created a logo and a variety of materials to support the new MyBuckleMate brand: retail packaging and trade show graphics, distribution, wholesale and promotional materials.
For one weekend every year, hundreds of people whose lives have been touched by ovarian cancer come together to hear from the country’s top researchers, great speakers, and other professionals at the Ovarian Cancer National Conference.
In 2015, we worked to create an identity that captured the personality of the Conference: the upbeat tone, the exciting energy, the inspirational feeling, and the high-level of expertise.
The 10th annual Turn Up the Heat gala hit an important goal in 2015—passing the $2 million mark for funds raised through the event over the last decade. We were honored to work on this important fundraiser and gave it a new identity that we carried through the invitation suite, program, and signage.
The 2015 event had more attendees than ever – over 400 – as well as over 60 chefs and mixologists coming together to support this important cause. The event raised $228,927.
Headed by Chris Coppola Leibner, Just Simply… Cuisine’s classes book up months in advance. As JSC expands into new locations and grows their reach, they needed a versatile web presence to engage their students both near and far.
The website is centered around the multitude of recipes from the core location in DC and its affiliates. While multisite was an option, we decided to rely on well tagged and well written articles that can be found via site search and a custom recipe search.