Poster campaign to promote the two-day festival celebrating Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood’s 175th anniversary. The poster is double-sided, featuring a vintage-inspired theme on one side, and future-looking theme on the other.
Raven Industries is a manufacturer of quality toners and developers for use in copiers and printers. What started out as a small operation to make and sell bulk toner exclusively to South American importers has become an International leader in the toner industry. Raven now manufactures toner exclusively for OEMs, Private Label Distributors and large Authorized Dealers throughout the world. This exhibit boldly showcases Raven amongst a busy, crowded exhibit floor.
The Allegheny County Department of Human Services teamed up with other legal service providers within the courts system to develop a simple wayfinding map. To assist users in orienting themselves amid a campus of buildings in a busy downtown area, the map includes both a traditional aerial map as well as an isometric view. The map includes a wide variety information — aerial view, building detail, a building index, and parking locations — all in an easy to reproduce format.
The DLCC was the first “green”convention center in the world and was awarded the Gold (new building) and Platinum (existing building) LEED® certifications by the US Green Building Council. The DLCC has three programmable outdoor spaces rich in native plants that allow visitors and wildlife to connect to southwestern Pennsylvania’s beautiful natural environment. The North Terrace is home to a large variety of plants that take advantage of each season and support a wide range of wildlife — Monarchs, pollinators and bird support plants, as well as medicinal and edible plants native to Southwestern Pennsylvania. In addition to the native plant boxes, Levy Restaurants maintain garden boxes that contain vegetables and herbs used for catering. This signage system helps navigate and inform visitors about these plants on the North Terrace.
Shoefitr’s 3-D scanning software shows shoppers how shoes will fit and recommends the best fitting size. This creates consumer confidence, conversions, and reduces returns. This site uses striking imagery and illustration, as well as concise messaging to quickly communicate Shoefitr’s technology and usefulness to both consumers and shoe retailers.
Oakland Transportation Management Association serves the Oakland community through advocacy and provision of information to encourage good transportation choices by commuters, residents and visitors alike with the goal of increasing the use of modes other than the automobile, reducing congestion and improving the quality of the street environment life in Oakland. The 2012/2013 Annual Report celebrated their 20-year anniversary in a special fold-out vintage timeline format. Produced in collaboration with writer Brad Felman.
Beaver Falls is an historical, picturesque town located 42 miles north of Pittsburgh. This site was built as a primary communication tool between the public and city government, providing a diverse range information from festivals and events to rental permits and council meeting minutes.
This site showcases the David L. Lawrence Convention Center’s unparalleled space, functionality, flexibility and cutting-edge technology. The DLCC offers meeting planners, show organizers, exhibitors, and visitors a location for an unforgettable event experience.
Allegheny Center Alliance Church is a vibrant, diverse church on Pittsburgh’s North Side. It has been a growing part of the community for many years, and it models it’s activities around it’s mission and vision of “Celebrating Jesus in Diverse Community”. The redesigned logo creates a cross in the white space formed by four colored shapes, signifying that it’s diverse people ARE the church, together following Christ. The four colored shapes of the logo have additional meaning in that each color represents one of the ways that the church helps it’s congregants to grow — in worship, grow, serve, and share. Four icons were developed to illustrate those methods.
Following the redesign of it’s logo, this weekley bulletin was developed to effectively communicate the vision and values of the church to both new and existing attendees. Rather than use the standard shot of the church exterior, a photograph of real church congregants was used to communicate that the church IS it’s people. Photography by Jim Judkis
Oakland Transportation Management Association serves the Oakland community through advocacy and provision of information to encourage good transportation choices by commuters, residents and visitors alike with the goal of increasing the use of modes other than the automobile, reducing congestion and improving the quality of the street environment life in Oakland. Through interviews with four community partners, the 2011/2012 Annual Report highlights OTMA’s work in various focus areas. Produced in collaboration with writer Don Bertschman.