National Association of State and Local Equity Funds
Nonprofit & Government
Columbus Black International Film Festival
The theme for the 2018 Dine. Drink. Dress. event at the Franklin Park Conservatory was Party + Empower. We paired strong, bold typography with a warm, “bubbly” background image that evokes the spirit of this annual summer event. This look was applied to multiple print and digital promotions for the event, which raises money to support Dress for Success’ mission to help women achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools. Throughout these materials, personal quotes from Dress for Success clients help to provide a personal connection to the cause.
Dress for Success
Websites / Interactive
Sponsor Card: 4.25" x 11"
Welcome Card: 3.5" x 8.5"
Swag Bag Card: 5" x 7"
In 2018, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium hosted a surprise party to celebrate Jack and Suzi Hanna’s 40 years with the Zoo. As the Zoo’s director, Jack Hanna helped make the Zoo what it is today, including its many educational programs and strong conservation efforts. In the design of these pieces, we pair Jack Hanna’s signature safari look with the sophistication of a high-end event. Die-cut leaves and a textured printing technique make this invitation package truly memorable. Ticket proceeds from this event launched the Jack and Suzi Hanna Fund for Wildlife Conservation, Transformative Education and Innovative Habitats.
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
Invitation Envelope: 5.25" x 7.25", Printed on Mohawk 70lb Birch Loop Smooth
Invitation: 5" x 7" trifold, die cut and three levels of Raised UV ink
Invitation Inserts: 4.5" x 6.5"
RSVP Cards & Envelope: 5.5" x 4.25"
Follow-up Brochure Envelope: 12" x 9"
Follow-up Brochure: 8" x 10" accordion trifold, Printed on Cougar 100lb White Super Smooth Cover
Thank you Letter: 5.5" x 8.5"
Each year, NAAHL hosts a Policy & Practice Conference to discuss affordable housing, focus on innovation strategies and share best practices from keynote speakers and panelists. This year we refreshed the event design, applying a new theme that incorporates the DC skyline. This updated look and feel was applied to the conference agenda, speaker packet, folder, sponsor posters and email invitations sent to attendees.
National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders
Agenda: 7.5" x 11"
Speaker Packet: 8.5" x 11"
Folder: 9" x 12"
Sponsor Posters: 24" x 36"
Ibel Agency worked with the Pickaway County Community Foundation to redesign their website with a fresh, modern look and feel. PCCF’s goal was to establish their role in the community and highlight their diverse funds, grant opportunities and leadership training. The bright colors and modular layout of this site make it approachable and easy to access for its users.
Pickaway County Community Foundation
Website Design & Development
Since 2009, Ibel Agency has worked with Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing each year to develop a new theme for the organization’s annual partnership luncheon. With the title of “This is home,” the 2018 theme aims to leave attendees with an understanding of the meaningful work that OCCH does in collaboration with its partners. The logo for this theme is carried through all elements created for the event, including digital invitations, an event program, a presentation template, nametags and a video that was featured at the luncheon. We worked with the team at Loose Films to interview residents and OCCH partners for this video. The final piece tells the story of how the work OCCH does gives people a place that truly feels like home.
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
Program: 5.5" x 9"
With the title of “Quality healthcare for all,” the 2017 Annual Report for PrimaryOne Health tells the story of the organization’s personal approach to medical care and commitment to a diverse clientele. The cover design features a mosaic of images that depict the variety of people that PrimaryOne Health serves. Lifestyle images and bright colors carry this approachable look and feel through the rest of the piece. We paired personal stories with impactful facts to successfully tell PrimaryOne Health’s story. The final annual report was sent out as a self-mailer.
7" x 5"
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing took on a new format for the 2017 Annual Report. We designed and developed a microsite that houses all of the stories, photos, graphs and charts that have always been a part of this publication. The site features large images opposite copy – imitating the feeling of a printed spread. A slider navigation that takes the user through pages within a section also helps to retain the experience of storytelling and pacing. Because of the digital format, however, users can now interact with some of the map graphs and watch a video that features the work that OCCH does. We created this video in partnership with Loose Films to tell OCCH’s story for those users who might not be familiar with or have a deep understanding of the organization’s work.
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