When The Happy Medium began ten years ago, it was all about finding the right fit for my clients. While this remains important, it has become much more than that. the challenge is to design for clients with goals to improve the lives of others in our community. I believe that non-profits, schools and churches deserve the same high standards for design that corporate clients enjoy. This includes a consistent approach across all messaging and all vehicles along with powerful visual communication.
Why shouldn’t these good workers have experienced design on their side? Why shouldn’t they find The Happy Medium?
CASE STUDY: The Happy Medium was proud to partner with St. Joseph Housing Initiative to create a vibrant brand that communicates their mission to invest and build community in their neighborhood of south St. Louis city. Encompassing event promotion, signage, print materials and website development, the designs feature friendly imagery, strong grid elements, dynamic graphics and an inviting color palette. This brand answers the brief of an accessible, neighborly and organized visual messaging. Learn more.
In the client’s words: “Jen helped transform our non-profit organization’s early sketch of a visual identity into a bright, inviting and fully realized brand. She crafted for us a website that is warm and user friendly, and knew exactly how to bring forward our mission and messages with her beautiful design. What’s clear about Jen from the moment you begin working with her, is that she really Cares about her projects: she’s a great listener, a clear and timely communicator, a design whiz and just a total pro (with a huge heart).”
– Annie Purcell | Administrative Coordinator, St. Joseph Housing Initiative
Learn more about other Good Design for Good Works:
Annunciation Catholic Church
Hannah’s Helping Ways
Holy Cross Academy
Missouri Annual Conference
Rosati-Kain High School
Thrive Advocates for Behavioral Health