Since 2001, we've provided graphic design and editing for dozens of data reports for the Center for Responsible Lending. We’re proud to be a small part of the critical work that CRL is doing nationally to protect consumers from predatory payday lending. In August of 2018, we provided editing and design for this 19-page report.
View a PDF of the rhyming picture book we created for the Conn community. We wrote and designed this picture book to help the Conn kids with their transition to a satellite campus for the 2019–2020 school year. They will then return to a brand new, state-of-the-art facility. Adjusting to a new space and unfamiliar...Continue reading
Congratulations to our client, Jay Owens, on the launch of his new company and website: Royal Railings Manufacturing & Supply. We very much enjoyed working with Jay to develop a look and feel for his new venture. The site is foundational to increasing the visibility of Royal Railings and will of course serve as the...Continue reading
We’re excited to be sponsors of this year’s Tour D’Coop, happening tomorrow (June 1) from 10 am to 4 pm . You have until 4 pm today to purchase discounted tickets for this fun one-day garden tour in the Raleigh area. Gather info about caring for your own chickens or just enjoy visiting your neighbors’...
As with a business, building a nonprofit brand requires ongoing effort, strategic thinking, and investment. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a successful nonprofit that doesn’t have a well-crafted website. The look, feel, and structure of your site—coupled with strong content—are all extremely important for donor cultivation and retention. To make a professional impression and raise...Continue reading
April is designated as the Month of the Military Child. This is a time to honor the sacrifices of military families, with an emphasis on the experience of the dependent children of military members serving both at home and overseas. Archetype completed the original design for Camp Corral’s site last year. Visit their “Donate” page...Continue reading
Earlier this week, I enjoyed a great presentation on Advocacy Communications by Mary Alice Holley, Communications and Marketing Director for Conservation Trust for North Carolina. The event, held at 18 Seaboard, was coordinated by the Raleigh Public Relations Society. Mary Alice emphasized the effectiveness of repurposing a single clear and authentic message across multiple channels:...Continue reading