Eye Consultants of Atlanta has turned to Resonance for help refining their identity and brand. New materials include a series of brochures, ads and online social media presence.
Educopia Institute hired Resonance to create an identity and responsive website design for their Library Publishing Coalition program. The site went live this summer. See the results here.
Brenau University has partnered with Resonance to create 2013-14 recruitment materials.
Resonance wraps up the school year with the final in a series of promotional postcards for The Paideia School. Correlating to seasons and holidays, the cards remind parents and alumni of the importance of participating in the school’s Annual Fund.
The Tobacco Control Initiative, a program within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has hired Resonance to assist in creation of key communication materials.
MagMutual Insurance Company publishes their 2012 annual report. A new format paired with a fresh graphic approach signals the arrival of the company’s new president. See the report
The Task Force for Global Health turned to Resonance Marketing for the second year in a row to design and publish its 2012 Annual Report. Giving donors a complete picture of the work done in a given year – while keeping them interested and engaged – is a monumental job, and Resonance was up to the task.
Leadership Sandy Springs requested Resonance's assistance to conceptualize and draft new content for a website relaunch. The copy makes a case for this community leadership-development organization to various constituencies and incorporates anecdotes from individuals involved with the organization.
Georgia Solar asked Resonance to develop and produce brand-equity marketing materials aimed at educating consumers and policymakers about solar energy’s low cost, high efficiency and economic value.
Resonance responded to a request to design the latest Midtown Improvement District progress report for Atlanta's Midtown Alliance by creating a visually engaging report that its audience could skim while absorbing key facts and achievements.
The Center for the Visually Impaired (CVI), located in Atlanta, asked Resonance to help expand its online presence to include the Blind/Sight Exhibition, a virtual portfolio of photographs and narratives featuring CVI clients.
Resonance helped launch CVI’s ClearAnswer contact center website, a for-profit service employing the visually impaired.
Kathleen Turaski, Resonance president and creative director, took on an adjunct teaching position at Georgia State University during spring semester, 2012. Turaski worked closely with GSU faculty to create a syllabus focused on information graphics.
The Task Force for Global Health hired Resonance Marketing to design its 2011 Annual Report. Callouts, charts, graphs and full-page photos assist in the design challenge of presenting large amounts of information in an engaging, accessible way.