South Windsor Child Development Center
Kelly Design helped the SWCDC develop and launch a new web presence. The new site features a playful and childlike appearance while incorporating an interactive events calendar and animated features within a WordPress environment. The site is updated and maintained by the client.
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Canton Community Health Fund Re-Brand and Website
The Canton Community Health Fund (CCHF) is a private, not-for-profit foundation that receives gifts and bequests from individuals for the benefit of residents of Canton. services and the Synapse brand to prospective clients and partners. The CCHF is run by a volunteer board that currently consists of 11 community members who oversee the investment of the foundation’s assets, fund programs, and annually distribute grants to a wide array of nonprofit organizations that enhance the health and well being of the residents of the Town of Canton, CT.
Kelly Design developed a new logo/identity, and stationery as well as developmentof a new website for this non-profit cllient.
Protocol Advisors Re-Brand and Website Development
One of our longstanding (and most well-mannered clients), Protocol Advisors, Inc. recently tapped Kelly Design for a rebrand and relaunch/makeover of their corporate website. The new identity is both formal and sophisticated, reflecting the values instilled by Certified Business Etiquette and International Protocol Consultant, Rosanne Thomas, Founder and President of Protocol Advisors, Inc. Rosanne began dispensing business etiquette advice more than 20 years ago at Tiffany & Co. Rosanne has also recently published a new book entitled Excuse Me: The Survival Guide to Modern Business Etiquette. Currently available on Amazon
Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association – FORUM Magazine
Kelly Design is responsible for the complete redesign of this publication. We provided art/creative direction along with full production services. FORUM is a trusted resource in the field of civil trial law providing wide-ranging, thoughtful commentary that will move and inspire trial lawyers with information and opinion from the innovative to the practical.
We created this flexible brand identity for Coco Lily Located in Avon, CT. Coco Lily sells clothing, jewelry, giftware, tabletop, and accessories for men and women. Kelly Design created the new brand identity and exterior signage.
Saint John’s Episcopal Church Website
We recently developed a refreshed brand identity and new website for Saint John’s Episcopal Church in West Hartford, CT. The site was built on the WordPress platform allowing for the church to easily update and maintain the site on their own. In addition to general and historical information about the church and it’s staff, clergy, ministry and programs; it incorporates the ability to watch live services, view previous sermons and make on-line donations.
Brand Identity Development
Kelly Design developed a new logo and created business cards for this Downtown Hartford Dental office. The cards feature a unique printing process that utilizes a raised spot UV gloss coating to give the three teeth a pearlescent and raised tactile feel. To further enhance the dimensional quality of the cards – they awerere printed on a heavy 16 pt. suede finish stock. Next in line for this client will be signage for their new location downtown in State House Square and a redesigned website.
ACARI Products Website
Kelly Design recently re-launched a brand new website for ACARI Products, Inc. Acari constructs roof top mounts designed to make mounting any roof top accessory a simple, and damage free process. The site features a customized Dealer/Rep locator, enabling customers to find a local dealer by city, state, zipcode or within a certain user selected radius.
D’Arcy Saw Product Catalog
Kelly Design recently completed the re-design of this 200-page parts catalog for D’Arcy Saw – one of the largest manufacturers and reseller of bandsaw parts on the east coast. The catalog required the merger of three outdated catalogs. Topping out at 200 pages and completed over a 4 month timeframe, the project also included the design of a mailing container.
Brand Identity Development
Kelly Design created this clever new logo for the Robin Research Group. The unique mark uses negative space to create the subtle image of the principals namesake (the robin) by utilizing the letter “R” which appears in the company name twice and forms the image of the two birds. The design further plays off the “robin” theme by utilizing a color palette synonymous with the robin – in shades of red/orange, brown and robin’s egg blue. The branding project also included a complete set of stationery, business cards as well as a PowerPoint template and a new website are in the works.
The Robin Research Group provides qualitative research for business and organizational decision making. RRG techniques include focus groups, in depth interviews, ethnographic/on-site research, phone and web interviewing, and mixed methodologies as needed, connecting with respondents from of all walks of life, in both B2B and consumer spaces. Each project is custom designed to address client insight and business objectives, on time and on budget.