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the latest vital therapies materials > 12.17

Here are some of our latest creations targeting the medical community on behalf of Vital Therapies (VTL), a biotherapeutic company developing the ELAD System, a treatment for liver failure, currently in Phase 3 clinical trials. Below clockwise from top, International Liver Conference invitation, Mercy web ad, VTL newsletter, Royal Free London NHS Letterhead masthead.

a socal real estate identity > 10.17

In our competitive real estate market, an individual agent needs to stand out. San Diego native, Del Phillips, was looking for a new logo that represented the higher end market in SoCal. A series of icons were developed with details of sun, surf, palms, and art. And we identified orange as having the most potential to stand out in the San Diego market among a plethora of red and blue realtor signs. Orange is the new red?!

elderhelp branding revamp > 08.17

TWD has revamped Elderhelp's identity for 2017. Their prime goal is to keep elderly in their homes and to provide services to facilitate just that. We call it "solutions for living". The logo was reworked, color scheme was brightened to reflect a more positive attitude, and typography was cleaned up through sanserif text for legibility. Yes, we used the house icon which may seem cliche but it is part of their main purpose!

veterans community services gets new look > 03.16

Veterans Community Services (VCS) is a program designed to place homeless Veterans and their families into permanent housing. They also offer assistance with access to Veteran & public benefits by providing supportive services & referrals, and temporary financial assistance. We have worked with VCS for many years and budgets finally allowed for us to rebrand them with a more positive, fresh look that is used to reach homeless Veterans, and also gives them the ability to provide professional presentations for state and federal grants. Logo concepts included an open door, eagle, circles, medals and ribbons. Our team of Veterans agreed that dog tags were something that had the most meaning for what we are achieving. Incorporating brighter colors and photographing former and present clients was key to make it real. And of course a dog tag-shaped business card!

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