See Java Run: Proposed Espresso Bar at Brooklyn College

Introducing an espresso bar created to fuel hard study by serving powerful brew for the mighty. See Java Run is a proposed Brooklyn College proprietary brand that can be promoted on and off campus. The first objective: create a brand that the students and faculty can own. Because coffee is the number one beverage consumed on campus — possibly above and beyond water — it deserves a unique identity, one that functions as another campus emblem among other extra curricular and sport entities.

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Supporting New York City’s Foster Kids with Design

New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services operates in overdrive to guarantee safety and home permanency for children entering and living in the foster care system. It is an astonishing network of dedicated administrators, social workers, mental health professionals, and community advocates supporting children in challenging circumstances.

It is exciting to create graphics that help foster children find important educational, social, and legal resources. It is likewise rewarding to design institutional graphics helping ACS’s leaders keep foster children on the public’s radar.

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Brand Identity for Anilect

This technology startup was in need of naming and brand identity. The name investigation led to forming hybrids of descriptor words using the least number of URL letters, then identifying which best word-concepts reflected the company’s intellectual approach to product development and distribution. Anilect resulted from combining analyze with intellect.

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Program Brochure for East Side House

East Side House Settlement in the South Bronx offers exceptional community-building support for residents of one of the US’s most economically challenged congressional districts. Education is at the heart of what they do, and they provide education and promote college opportunities resulting in an astonishing success rate measured in high school graduates, many of whom go on to college.

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