Brown & Company rebranded Families in Transition in 2019. The rebranding process included research, interviews and strategic work conducted by our partner, Devine Marketing. The completed rebrand included a new logo, updated brand guide, several identity and collateral pieces and a new website.
Brown & Company partnered with Kristin Fogdall on the Polytechnic School. Projects included Campaign materials, microsites, branding, admissions collateral, website as well as the OakTree Times magazine.
Brown & Company partnered with Kristin Fogdall on a variety of work for School Year Abroad. Projects included visual identity, admissions view book, campaign case statement and website.
Brown & Company collaborated with Devine Marketing to create an overview brochure for the University of New Hampshire Graduate School.
Brown & Company partnered with Kristin Fogdall on a variety of work for Trinity-Pawling School. Projects included branding, admissions collateral, Annual Fund materials, microsites, campus signage as well as redesigning the Trinity-Pawling magazine.
Moat Mountain came to us in 2010 to create a consistent brand look for two styles of beer, Iron Mike Pale Ale and Boneshaker Brown Ale. Since that initial project, we’ve gone on to conduct tons of painstaking beer research and have created a dozen can designs.
Brown & Company has worked with FIRST for over 15 years. We’ve created everything from annual reports, event posters and T-shirts to websites for FIRST, FIRST Lego League, FIRST Lego League Junior and FIRST’s annual Championship events.
Brown & Company partnered with Devine Marketing to define the University of New Hampshire brand. Projects included creating the master UNH Brand Book, as well as extending the new brand to the individual colleges with unique brand-positionings and creative concepts for each.
Brown & Company has worked with Phillips Exeter Academy for over 25 years. Partnering with Exeter and Kristin Fogdall, we’ve created Annual Fund materials, case statements, websites and campaign communications for The Exeter Initiatives, the largest secondary school campaign on record.