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    The arts council was restarted. This required public survey taking, rebranding, program creation and all the collateral: social media, email camp… Read More
    The arts council was restarted. This required public survey taking, rebranding, program creation and all the collateral: social media, email campaign, print programs, banners, membership cards, branded forms. In this file you’ll find SOME of the many many pieces of collateral used in the first year. There is a strong cohesiveness of branding- type, colors, photography, while still lending to uniqueness to the individual events. Read Less
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Poster created and used throughout town and adjacent towns to promote our Afternoon of Jazz event. 
Logo and branding created for this event. This asset was used on various platforms.
Pocket Programs created for the event. This was a cost effective way to engage the user. 2017
Example of asset used to promote the Call for Artist event.
Programs created that will follow the artwork for the six month display. 
An example of a social media asset used to promote the artist event. Note that the branded color and space is cohesive throughout the campaign, while still relying upon the council's type and secondary color.
Front of the flier used to promote applications for the artist exhibit.
Backside of the flier used to promote applications for the artist exhibit.
Postcards created to gather attention for the Chalk It Up event.
Example of a social media asset used for one of the summer's Chalk It Up events.
Another example of a social media asset used for one of the summer's Chalk It Up events. This was use on Facebook, website, email.
Social media image for a quick challenge to our followers. 
Example of an asset used for email and webpage marketing. 
Council membership cards:  Square sand which cards. The color (including the inside stripe) will be changed out each year with the secondary colors of the arts council.
Example of a facebook event banner. 
Results from the Citizen and Business Survey.  Note that the different sections (Citizen vs. Organization results) are further differentiated by the ghosted words on the right side. I kept within our branding colors and tried to make the results clear and engaging with the graphics and callouts.
This is a copy of the survey page I created that was distributed around to town to figure out what people wanted. 
This is a copy of the survey page I created that was distributed around to town to figure out what businesses/orgnaizations wanted.