Fitting your online identity into your brand as a whole is crucial. Web and mobile design are a constantly-evolving field, and we can help keep you up-to-date.
Web Design Projects
We have been working with Cummings for years. We help them with their design needs, while they are an invaluable resource for printing magazines and other publications. Together, we have crafted a new website design as well as memorable print and email campaigns.
Epstein Hillel School
The objective of Epstein Hillel School's website build was to enhance prospective parents' understanding of their programming, as well as to provide a single access point to information for existing parents and donors. Our partnership with the school ensures optimal site performance as we provide administrative staff with with ongoing assessment of data and functionality.
Fessenden Open House Interactive Website
The Fessenden School wanted to increase attendance to their fall open house event. The school’s track record of strong enrollment hinges upon the “aha!” moment that transpires when prospective families visit campus, therefore strong attendance at these events is important.
Georgetown Day School
Georgetown Day School connected with us because of our experience working with OnMessage, Blackbaud's school-specific content management system. Working with GDS, we developed a complementary aesthetic for their blog and email campaigns.
Smoky Quartz Distillery
Graphic Details and Smoky Quartz Distillery owner Kevin Kurland collaborated on the branding he needed to get his new shop up and running. Together, we developed an identity that is strong, clean, and unique.
The Fessenden School
With state-of-the-art facilities, curriculum, and programs, The Fessenden School needs to ensure their brand is modern and consistent across all media. Our partnership provides opportunities for exploration and education as we work to keep their image strong and their messaging on-point.
The owners of Throwback asked us to create a brand experience for their new nano-brewery to help them stand out in the crowded craft beer brewing marketplace. Their print and digital marketing features unique typography, fun color combinations, and creative artwork to create an eye-catching impact, whether on store shelves or on the web.
Engineering wonders lie within the Richardsonian Romanesque building that houses The Metropolitan Waterworks Museum. The museum opened in 2007, and Graphic Details was there from the start to assist with positioning, messaging, branding, and marketing collateral.