Posts tagged ‘Editorial Design’
08.26.23 — Upwork
UpWork chose us to design an exclusive report on “Innovations in Private Equity,” based on their own research findings. We took a hands-on approach, crafting the report with simple layouts, engaging infographics, and a series of custom illustrations tailored for this project. These design elements didn’t just fit seamlessly with the content; they also added a humorous twist. We executed the entire project under the Milk Bar Design brand, showcasing our unique visual language.
Joanna, the founder of Milk Bar Design, took inspiration from the community spirit of Poland’s “Milk Bars” to shape her studio’s unique ethos. This ethos comes to life through three symbolic milk-producing animals—Goat, Cow, and Sheep. Each animal represents a core principle that guides our work: the Goat symbolizes visionary thinking, the Cow embodies strong work ethic, and the Sheep stands for our commitment to transformative design. These principles influence all our design engagements, including this report for UpWork.
02.03.22 — Overdeck Family Foundation
Annual report design for Overdeck Family Foundation, a non-profit organization, with the single goal of providing all children the opportunity to unlock their potential. They focus exclusively on enhancing education, funding efforts both inside and outside of school in the areas of early childhood, informal STEM education, and K-9 programs that include supporting educators and student-centered learning environments. They came to us with the goal of creating an impactful annual report, showing the measurable impact the organization and their portfolios have made in the area of children’s education in 2021. Using their brand guidelines, we were able to build and expand their visual language and create dynamic layouts for the annual report – impact report 2021. It was a pleasure to have worked with Lina and Brittany, we wish them continued success in such an important area for our future generations.