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.
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.
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 worked with the American Youth Foundation to create a new responsive website that showcases their two summer camps, Miniwanca and Merrowvista. The existing site architecture was reworked from the ground up to streamline information and make it easy for prospective families to find appropriate information and programs. The new WordPress site is fully customizable, allowing AYF to easily create a wide variety of specially tailored pages for their camp offerings.
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 has worked with Gemline—the promotional product industry’s premier supplier of bags, business accessories, gifts and writing instruments—for over a decade.We’ve supported all of Gemline’s communications work, including branding, print strategy, catalogs, style guides, direct mail, tradeshow graphics, social media content, their website and more.
The University of New Hampshire’s Sustainability Institute is a convener, cultivator and champion of sustainability on UNH’s campus, in the state and region, and around the world. Brown & Company has worked with the Sustainability Institute for the last five years on a wide variety of projects from a renaming of the organization to websites, posters and collateral pieces for many of its initiatives.
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 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.