• Duke Children’s Stories

    Duke Children’s Stories branded the front of the newly formatted Duke Children’s newsletter. Its first mailing was welcomed with enthusiasm. It offered a cohesive design format, efficient mailing vehicle, and visually compelling artwork to donor communications. Mailing at 8.5" x 11" with a wafer-seal, the publication opened to a large 11" x 17" tabloid format, four-color, printed publication. The front complemented the Duke Children’s brand and opened to a “second” cover that spotlighted top patient-care initiatives and research advancements. The inside was flooded with creative graphic interpretations, complementing content, highlighting expert Q&As, illuminating amazing patient stories, patient-care advancements, faculty announcements, and future philanthropic events.

    Primary roles: designer, illustrator, typographer, and print production

    Software: InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator