Brown & Company created a new logo for the Portsmouth grocery store Richardon’s Market, which reopened in 2022 after 22 years.
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 created a new logo and tagline for California-based Options For Learning, a nonprofit child care and early learning agency. The project included designing several collateral and identity pieces as well as select environmental graphics to help set the tone for the organization’s brand moving forward.
Brown & Company worked with the Aloha Foundation, a Vermont-based nonprofit that provides summer camps, family camps, and education programs emphasizing simplicity, the outdoors, and living in community, to create a new logo and brand identity system.
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 Educational Passages to create a website that serves as a hub to support and connect their many participants and partners. The new website allows users to track their GPS equipped boats utilizing live feeds from NOAA. Clubs, schools, libraries, individuals and foundations can track their boats progress as they travel the Atlantic and Pacific. A new logo was also created to more accurately reflect Educational Passages’ brand image.
Brown & Company worked with the Seacoast Science Center to design a new responsive website. The website reflects the hands-on experience of visiting the center, and has a strong focus on the organization’s educational mission.
Brown & Company has worked with the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation for over a decade, creating everything from annual reports and newsletters to their identity and website. In 2015, the Foundation’s visual work was refreshed with an updated logo, color palette, font system and a heavier emphasis on impactful photography.
Brown & Company rebranded the New Hampshire Humanities Council as New Hampshire Humanities in 2015. The rebranding process included research, interviews and strategic work conducted by our partner, Devine Marketing, which helped inform a name change, a new logo and identity system, a new website and a wide variety of redesigned print and collateral pieces.