Transportation for the FutureClient: Eno Center for Transportation Challenge: Create a report that communicates transportation recommendations. Solution: The report is organized by city and highlights the city's transportation images. Result: A sophisticated presentation. ""Your work saved me!!!"" Pamela Sheperd Eno Center for Transportation
Global UnionsClient: Solidarity Center Challenge: Create a publication that puts a face to the labor struggle in Africa. Solution: Featured people, their stories and their testimonials. Result: A report that helps readers understand the issues facing workers. "I'm so happy!" Imani Countess Solidarity Center
A Report With a Global ReachClient: Higher Education Development Challenge: Develop an annual report that allows readers to understand the scope and reach of the organization's work. Solution: Incorporated maps and photography from around the world. Result: A rich display of their humanitarian efforts.
Value Highlighted in Annual ReportClient: National Academy of Social Insurance Challenge: To create an annual report that provides the organization with a sophisticated presentation. Solution: Created a report that is branded to the organization and focuses on their value proposition. Result: An annual report that clearly delineates the value provided by the organization. "The annual report is FABULOUS." Pamela Larson, Executive Vice President National Academy of Social Insurance
An Illustrated Book to Promote LearningClient: SAE International Challenge: To illustrate a book about Robert Goddard that appeals to elementary school age students. Solution: Developed a whimsical illustration style that makes learning fun. Result: A book that is informative and fun to read.
Good Work is Featured in Annual ReportClient: Solidarity Center Challenge: To show the successful work being accomplished internationally by the Solidarity Center. Solution: Feature diverse, international images and successful stories. Result: The organization is depicted in the annual report as robust with a worldwide influence.
A Book Series in SomaliClient: Education Development Center Challenge: To create a series of illustrated books, in both English and Somali languages, to appeal to Somalian adolescents. Solution: Developed a photographic style that illustrates stories. Result: The words and illustrations work together to communicate stories to promote good values.
Mobilizing Members with Your CommunicationsClient: United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) Challenge: Develop a compelling and informative bi-monthly publication as an information resource for members and the press. Solution: Design the bi-monthly journal. Result: Members and the press utilize the Journal as a go-to resource. "GO! Creative’s understanding of our objectives and audience makes them an excellent creative partner." Phil Smith, Director of Communications United Mine Workers of America
Communicating Benefits to MembersClient: Local 26, IBEW-NECA Joint Trust Funds Challenge: Provide consistent and periodic benefit information to members. Solution: Create a user-friendly quarterly newsletter. Result: Articles and information provided in the newsletter help the organization contain the cost of member benefits. "We are consistently impressed with the level of talent and responsiveness exhibited by GO! Creative. They are finely tuned to our needs and develop products that fit the bill." Peter Klein, Fun Manager Local 26, IBEW-NECA Joint Trust Funds
Annual Report Features Successful ProgramsClient: Center for Community Change Challenge: Create an annual report that features the organization's successful programs. Solution: Reinforced the CCC brand while utilizing large images to communicate the focus and vitality of the organization. Result: An annual report that serves as a key informational and positioning piece for the organization.
A Lit MagazineClient: DC Creative Workshop Challenge: Develop a low-cost literature magazine to feature work from high school students. Solution: Developed a black and white, templated format incorporating student photos. Result: Magazine format allows flexibility to develop multiple editions on a cost-effective basis. "GO! Creative gave our kids a beautiful platform to present their ideas." Nancy Schwalb, Director D.C. Creative Writing Workshop
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