Social Media Strategies Summit Public Agencies & Government
Branding and identity development for the Social Media Strategies Summit. This logo was developed for the Public Agencies & Government portfolio of the #SMSSummit series.
I developed a circular badge style logo to share that same familiar presence as the presidential seal.
Shown against both dark and light backgrounds.
Social media of the past [left] versus social media of today [right] for our presidents.
#SMSSummit // Social Media Strategies Summit Public Agencies & Government is a virtual event for 2021.
Above // The Mobile Marketing Strategies Summit identity from 2012-2013.
Above // Proposed re-design conference brochure cover in three color schemes. An updated smart phone showing mobile sale growth was proposed.
Above // A color scheme was chosen and refined edits were made to create the final cover and new identity for this conference.
Above // The final cover has been established for the 2014 conference.
Digital Pharma™ East (2012) pre-mailer. The concept was to place all the marketing information in a hand held tablet that was realistically sized. Conference information included sponsor logos, speaker faculty names, key metrics statistics and social media handles. ExL icon globe designed by outside source/designer.
4 panel, 4 color, 7.31 x 9.5, 100 lb cover, self-mailer.
Social Media Strategies Industry Report is a digital e-book with live links to the interactive presentations contained within. Size: A4 – for UK and European distribution.
This infographic was created for the Mobile Marketing Strategies Summit (Boston). It incorporates 3 different types of pie chart representation as well as utilizing the simplicity of solid black icons to visualize the quantified data.
Final size: 8.5 x 20.
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This is a full page advertisement for the March 2008 issue of Research Magazine. This advertisement, for the US World Series of ETFs conference, is a “cover over the cover”. The ad was adhered to the publications actual cover with a rubber cement strip and meant as a tear-off. Information about the conference can be found on the lower right hand side.
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