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Whatcom Has Hope

Whatcom Has Hope

 

Shew Design collaborated with a number of local organizations to build a campaign around for creating awareness about the opioid epedemic.

branding

  • logo redesign
  • colors and typography
  • templates for posters and social media posts 
  • business cards, letterhead

collateral

  • annual reports
  • shoreline owners manual booklet design
  • signage design

environmental graphics

  • interpretive panel graphics and messaging

mission oriented

Whatcom Has Hope included print collateral, a web site that included multiple dynamic, customizable maps, and a social media campaign that was coordinated among nearly a dozen different local organizations.

 

A key message of the campaign was addiction was something that can affect anyone. Different images were used to communicate this reality, and these designs were also used to connect the designs to different social media demographic.

A key message of the campaign was addiction was something that can affect anyone. Different images were used to communicate this reality, and these designs were also used to connect the designs to different social media demographic.

All of their print materials were produced on uncoated environmentally conscious papers. It takes a little more work to make sure colors and photos print accurately on uncoated paper, but the resulting look and texture is in line with their mission and message.

“We have enjoyed working with Shew Design on a variety of projects.  Their expertise and collaborative approach benefits concept planning, design work, and leads to a finished product that is better than expected.  We look forward to our continued work together.”

Joe Fuller, Program Specialist,
Whatcom County Health Department

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