Charting a Way Forward
This digital and printed publication was designed for the University of Maryland School of Architecture and Planning and the Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve to document a student-led research project on the estuary and field station at Monie Bay. The document totals 120 pages.
DC Small Business Week
Working with The Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development (CNHED), a DC non-profit, Alley Squash designed a number of materials to promote DC Small Business Week in 2018 and then again in 2019; an 11x17” poster to hang in local businesses, a 5x7” Rewards card to hand out at retail locations, a t-shirt, logo and email banner.
Smart Transportation Communications Plan
The client, developer Forest City Washington, requested a coordinated effort to roll out a new transportation initiative in a high-end apartment building at The Yards in Washington, DC. A brochure and color coded map was among the top priorities to distribute to residents. In keeping with the building’s high-end finishes, a creative approach was taken to messaging. Low tack vinyl clings displayed updates to transportation changes on trendy glass and brass terrariums. (Project completed with Walnut Street Creative LLC).
Adams Morgan Partnership
Hired to launch a new identity for Adams Morgan Partnership Business Improvement District (logo by Maga Design), a number of materials were created, including business cards, stationery, and promotional branding for annual events.