Visual Identity & Print Design
Rather than focusing on a single issue, The Petra Foundation focuses a single type of person: unsung heroes fighting for social justice in their communities. Four such people are inducted each year as permanent Petra Fellows.
Visual Identity & Website Design
Three young entrepreneurs — average age 83 — have proven that their invention works, but they’d rather not develop a product. Instead, they’d like to sell their startup, SerumDPT, to the highest bidder. Our job? Design a visual identity that makes SerumDPT look every bit as desirable as their invention.
Visual Identity, Blog, Bilingual Website Design
“Our website looks like a Chinese menu,” complained Nick Tzavaras, cellist of the celebrated Shanghai Quartet. He wasn’t wrong. But clients who know they need design help may still feel reluctant to overhaul things.
Website Design & Student Information System
When we first toured the classrooms at Stretch the Imagination — a small, thriving preschool in the heart of San Francisco — we knew immediately that we were in for a treat.
Visual Identity, Website & Printed Materials
Ten years ago, Daniel Dallabrida made a courageous career change: he stepped down as CEO of a thriving marketing firm, went back to school, and became an artist. Today, he has an impressive body of work and multiple solo shows under his belt.
Visual Identity, Mobile-Friendly Website, Business Cards
When New York Times writer Paul Sullivan approached us about redesigning his website for the launch of his second book, we recommended taking a longer view.
Visual Identity, Blog, Multilingual Website Design
German cellist Alban Gerhardt has been our client for 15 years, and the website we first built for him was one of our very first. Alban is one of the great living cellists, but also a true artist: he has a powerful musical vision and the courage to let loose.
Website, Stickers, Slideshow, Email Signature
Working for business writer Bo Burlingham has been a big deal for Roundhex. Not because he’s a lovely guy and a great client (he is!) but because promoting his books has meant that we’ve read his books — and they’ve had a profound influence on us.
Visual Identity & Website Design
When award-winning author David Laskin approached us about redesigning his site to match his new book, The Family, we suggested a different approach. We knew this wouldn’t be his last book. Did he really want to pay us to redesign his site for every new release?
We knew we had a grand opportunity when author Lisa Rogak asked us to redesign her site. As one reviewer put it, she has written “the most absurd selection of books known to man.” Lisa’s only request was that the site be playful and interactive.
Visual Identity, Website, Social Media, Business Cards, Email Signature
Pamela had already made it as a writer when she approached us: she was writing for the New York Times and other major publications. But she had a glimmer in her eye, an idea for a book, and a wish to land major speaking engagements.
A handmade book of original poetry, stories, illustration, and photography from the year 2010.
By 2012, violinist and author Arnold Steinhardt had written several dozen essays about music. The trouble was, they were buried in a PR site written in the third person.
When literary agency Kneerim & Williams approached us to design their website, they had an unusual request: create a site that won’t bring us a ton of new prospective clients.
We’ve presented many seasons of Atelier New York’s high-end fashion offerings, but it’s the boots — irregular, hand-made, and gorgeous — that have awed us every time.
If it surprises you to learn that artist Stone Roberts spends 6 to 12 months (solid) on a single painting, it probably means you’ve never seen one of his masterful works up close.
Composer Peter Nocella’s enthusiasm for intellectual and musical exploration is infectious. And it was this quality that inspired us to ask: how might one translate principles of musical composition into graphical composition?
She may play Mozart on a 1715 Stradivarious, but violin virtuoso Mira Wang is nothing if not modern — and it comes across in her personality as much as in performance.
Labyrinth Books wants you to get lost. And they mean that in the best way. The Princeton-based shop is a place you’d actually want to get lost — lost in their stacks, lost browsing tables of staff picks, and lost in books you didn’t know you were looking for.
Composer, pianist, and scholar Curt Cacioppo writes music that communicates a deep love of his Italian heritage and of Native American culture.
Dr. Paula Kluth is a consultant, author, and scholar who guides teachers and parents in creating engaging classrooms inclusive of students with disabilities. While she is a formidable figure in her field, we did not want to design a site that would portray her as an intimidating expert.