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In April 2010 I was contacted by the campaign manager for the Roberta Philip For Multnomah County Commissioner campaign to do a very quick logo d… Read More
In April 2010 I was contacted by the campaign manager for the Roberta Philip For Multnomah County Commissioner campaign to do a very quick logo design for them. I was able to hit the ground running and come up with a distinctive look and tagline treatment, which immediately went into use on the campaign website, and brochure. Read Less
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Roberta Philip for Multnomah County Commission 2010 Campagn logo, light-background version.
Philip for Multnomah County Commission campaign logo, dark-background version.
Design for a 4-inch by 3-inch sticker, laid out by Roberta's campaign manager. The tagline uses te typeface (Optima) and the hierarchical arrangment designed by me for her brochure.
The website for the Roberta Philip for Multnomah County Commission, showing my logo and tagline treatment in use. Designed by her campaign manager. site at http://robertaphilip.net .
On 16 April 2010 Roberta made the regrettable decision to withdraw from the race for Multnomah County Commissioner, a decision I viewed with a bit of dismay - she seemed to be a quality candidate. At the time of her announcement I was in the midst of revision cycles with her campaign manager about her tri-fold brochure.

The design is not complete, but well on the way to being so. The following two images depict the state of the piece at the time of her withdrawal.
The outside of the brochure. Free stock photography furnished the mug shots and good old Lorem Ipsum wrote up the text for me. Optima appealed to the client straight off as a good typeface to be used throughout.
Wow! Scads of info. Originally the text had room for pictures but the absolute wealth of information provided me by the campaign manager pretty much crowded them all out at this revision. Going forward I would have suggested edits �" I thought the organziation excellent, but the amount of information here was pretty eye-glazing. I would have been afraid the voter might have checked out before finishing. That said, the passion and genuine desire for accomplishment (and the admirable record of accomplishment) should not be doubted!

Still, I would have advocated for enough edits to get at least one or two small pictures in there.