3.28.2012

Monthly Pinterest: CurlyRed's new office


Things have been a little chaotic around here.  We are currently renovating our CurlyRed office space and while I have very little to do with the new construction, it has been given some time to dream up a perfect new office and what it would look like.

Given the furniture we have now and our logo, we will be going with a red, black and white color palette but maybe some other colors thrown in to give the office warmth. Perhaps some of these colors? (
This was our palette we used for the website.)




I'm not sure this Pinterest board has made my job any easier, but it at least has our minds turning with the possibilities. There will definitely be texture, white board paint and the CurlyRed clock. Everything else is yet to be determined.

We will be posting new office pictures as soon as it's completed.

3.06.2012

People’s Community Health Centers: new brochure by CurlyRed


We met Stacey of People's Community Health Centers at a networking event and we were inspired by the services they provide for our community. We reached out to our friend Larry Canner, who captured some amazing shots of their space and staff.

From the imagery, we developed a really vibrant color palette that conveys the love and care the PCHC staff have for their patients. We must also thank our fall intern, Holly, for all the work she put into the layout of this brochure. It was a truly rewarding experience. Here's what Stacey had to say about it:

“Kendall of CurlyRed has been instrumental in helping us create effective and appealing marketing materials for People’s Community Health Centers. In one meeting, she was able to understand our goals and accurately determine exactly what we needed. She even referred us to a photographer to help us obtain professional pictures for our brochure. Thanks to Kendall’s knack for producing polished, well-written pieces, we now have a timeless, eye-catching brochure to support our marketing efforts!”

—Stacey Schiano
Fund Development Manager
People’s Community Health Centers Foundation
 
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