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pos­i­tive impres­sion—one that increas­es aware­ness and loy­alty. See how we have helped orga­ni­za­tions with their visu­al mes­sag­ing and indi­vid­ual iden­ti­ty.

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University School 2006–2008 Admissions Materials & ViewbookUniversity School 2006–2008 Admissions Materials & ViewbookUniversity School 2006–2008 Admissions Materials & ViewbookUniversity School 2006–2008 Admissions Materials & ViewbookUniversity School 2006–2008 Admissions Materials & ViewbookUniversity School 2006–2008 Admissions Materials & Viewbook

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On 12, Jun 2008 | In | By Matt

University School 2006–2008 Admissions Materials & Viewbook

DDP designed University School’s 2006 Viewbook which is sent to par­ents of prospec­tive stu­dents. Our goal was to uni­fy their two cam­pus­es (sep­a­rat­ed by grades K–8 and 9–12) to under­score its con­tin­u­ous K–12 cur­ricu­lum, while also pre­sent­ing the read­er with a clear under­stand­ing of the dif­fer­ences between each cam­pus and grade. The book was pre­sent­ed in a sequen­tial man­ner, where each spread described and high­light­ed a grade lev­el begin­ning with Kindergarten and end­ing with the twelfth grade. Included were por­traits of stu­dents that visu­al­ly showed the growth of a child from Kindergarten through twelfth grade, and offered an oppor­tu­ni­ty to describe how each grade is unique. Moreover, this struc­ture gave evi­dence to how US, year-by-year, pre­pares boys for col­lege and adult­hood. Each school (Lower, Middle, Upper) was sep­a­rate­ly iden­ti­fied by a dis­tinct col­or that togeth­er, pre­sent­ed a pos­i­tive, vibrant set­ting.