On 01, Jul 2004 | In Print | By Matt
Purdue Theatre at Purdue University engaged DDP to design and produce its 2004–2005 season brochure and collateral materials. Our challenge was to present an entire season of six distinctly different plays to the public.
On 01, Feb 2004 | In Identity | By Matt
DDP redesigned this mark for the Historical Centennial Neighborhood Association, a historic preservation organization made up of homeowners residing in Lafayette, Indiana. The mark is a graphic interpretation of a cupola that adorned the now-lost neighborhood Centennial School building. This mark helps highlight the beauty and diversity of the neighborhood architecture, while increasing the legitimacy of the organization and their preservation efforts.
On 01, Aug 2003 | In Identity | By Matt
DDP designed this thematic logotype for a six-year, $40-million capital campaign launched by Western Reserve Academy, a premier independent preparatory school located in Hudson, Ohio. The phrase “Share the Vision” brought the past, present and future together into a single, inviting and cohesive statement of unified purpose. It consistently appears on all campaign-related materials, reinforcing the established identity and call to action.
On 01, Jul 2003 | In Identity | By Matt
DDP submitted this identity for Cleveland’s Unity Week. This week-long celebration hallmarks the diversity in the city, empowering citizens as a collective whole of unique individuals. The logo was designed to emulate the event’s theme, Strength Through Unity.
On 15, Jun 2003 | In Print | By Matt
Western Reserve Academy engaged Davis Design Partners to develop, design and produce all of its needed materials for their $40 million capital campaign—the largest in the school’s 182-year history.
Bright colors on uncoated paper and engaging full-color and black & white photography reflected the bright-minded student body and forward-thinking nature of the school. Directly stated copywriting outlines the reasons why this campaign is so important to the school, now and in the future.
On 01, Jun 2002 | In Identity | By Matt
DDP designed this new corporate identity system for internet-based search engine company, GetMy.com. The root mark (getmy) needed to support unlimited sub-variations of family sites (i.e. getmycar.com, getmyzipcode.com, getmydirections, etc.). The domain name, GetMy.com, was sold and now operates under a different business model.