Updated branding manuals and guidelines. Design, support, asset management, and implementation of the 'UNICEF | for every child' rebranded design system.
Special milestones and other internal high-visibility branding projects such as exhibits, gift shop signage, and interior graphics.
Multiple special projects, such as this Staff Memorial, for the Communications and Executive Offices.
Financial reports, dynamic publishing, conference and collateral material.
Brand Expansion and Continuity
Rebranding, websites, signage, and social media marketing for the Original 29th Street and Kimberly Hotel locations.
SquareSpace® Website Design
Although having years of experience in html/css coding, it's often in the client's interest to have and maintain control over its property.
UX/UI Website Services
UX/UI is not new to this designer. Some of the terms and software have changed, but the methodology of design is always focused on the user, the audience, pathways, and the intended result.
As seen on TV news as everyone's favorite 'tech-guru', in 2008, Shelly Palmer required the rebranding of his media communications. Brand, website, product banners, seminar material, etc.
Layers of menus and drop-downs leading the user to the proper destination and back without fear. Before UX/UI, prototyping for client review was presented using real-world, hands-on, HTML/CSS.
United Nations Development Programme
Tsunami recovery came in many forms in the Maldives. The Adopt-An-Island campaign kept its donors informed with monthly emails linked to its web-based eNewsletter.
Working with management consultants to generate and implement a name change, this rebranding increased membership and opened chapters around the world which required online graphic standards and assets.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Sometimes a simple brochure inviting guests to a special conference is best delivered in print.
Branding for a specially bonded material and product line for sports support systems and injury recovery.
Support for a country rebuilding and looking toward a better future.
Work doesn't end after recovering from a devastating Tsunami. Development continues for this 1,200+ island nation.
The UNDP Mine Action group raise awareness and support for those on the ground ridding playgrounds, pathways, farmlands, and backyards of the landmine scourge.
Seven years of creative solutions for the Communications, Compliance, Human Resources, and other divisions at MetLife's headquarters.
Flexor Sports Training
The name change and rebrand provided this muscle-memory method of golf training the swing it needed.
Design and production of multilingual reports are the norm since 1993. This client was based in Norway. I often never meet my international clients.
As a professional investor relations group, Jefferies serves its clientele on many footings.
Small Business Branding
This start-up, data-driven, consultancy wanted to stand out from its competition. Typography set it apart.
H.A. Simons International
Working with management consultants, this rebranding provided a stronger visual foundation for this international corporation based in Vancouver, B.C.
Identities never stand alone. They are a key element in nomenclature systems, publication systems, signage, stationery, packaging, advertising, website, and social media.
Credit to the principals of the Kelleher & Tait Design Group for collaborating on the design for this international conference. Poster, promotion and collateral material, and 3D stage setting.
Annual & Financial Reports
Whether corporate or organizational, financial reports are a primary medium to reach shareholders and stakeholders on an annual basis.
Who hasn't heard of the Model U.N.? An important lesson for those students able and honored to participate both locally and globally.
Human Resources Campaigns
HR is the life blood of a company. In this case, for New York Telephone, it truly was with this campaign combatting substance abuse within its ranks.
Brand Expansion Fulfilled
When a simple idea for an old-fashioned gift line of men's shaving products — mug, brush, and soap — became so popular the company expanded its product line and sales with a catalog, advertising, and point-of-purchase.