Design is not about styles or trends. It is about communicating effectivly in a simple and appealing manner. Good design does not compete with the message, it facilitates it.

Below are examples of capability brochures, manuals, signs, forms and sales literature which demonstrate this principle.


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Competency Suite

An integrated package of HR management solutions using internet technology

Pitney Bowes

Executive recruiting

New Castle Hotels

Information / presentation kit

Westport CT
Parks & Recreation Dept

Identity and facility signs for town
beaches and parks

Southern New England Telecommunications Corp

Brand implementation and graphic standards for Connecticut's primary telecommunications provider






Projects include:


Graphic standards
manuals tailored to specific audiences

Direction and information signs


Graphics for a fleet of 4000 utility vehicles ranging from sedans to tractor-trailers


Inter-office and customer forms, checks and statements


Telephone and
Yellow Pages directories

Ikon Office Systems 1


Graphic Standard for the nation-wide office supply chain

George Ethes

Commercial painter and handyman


Marketing literature for the computer maker's software vendor operations



Brand identity and corporate communications






Projects include:


Vehicle graphics


Annual reports, capability brochures
and presentation materials for GE Investments


Newsletters, benefits plan documents, slide shows and other communications for GE Employee Benefits


Employee records, paychecks and other financial forms

National Public Radio

Identity, posters, literature and promotional graphics for the station's annual wine and food tasting fundraiser

Voice Alert


Enhanced home alarm service

Conagra Beef Company


Brand identity and Graphic Standards for ConAgra's beef products division



Employee productivity training

Haig Point

Brochure describing architectural features of a South Carolina golf and residential development

Essex Land Trust


Brand identity and communications design for a non-profit group devoted to preserving open space land in Essex CT






Projects include:


Posters, signs, historic markers, trail guide, property maps, hats, literature, website design and promotional items.

Competency Suite Pitney Bowes New Castle Hotels Westport Parks & Rec SNET SNET IKON Office Systems George Ethes IBM GE GE WSHU Wine & Food Tasting Voice Alert Unilever Girl Scouts USA