The only thing I despise more than updating this website is being sick and confined to the house. So today was my lucky day. Without a single reason to get off the couch except to replenish my DayQuil, I was left to watch reruns of The X-Files and wallow in my website woes. I have plans to make some big changes in the near future, but “near” is a relative term these days. Between work, grad school, wedding planning, and life, all I could muster up today were some logos. So here you go: six logos I designed over the past couple of years, ranging from hunting equipment to government security to fitness fashion. Enjoy! I’ll be switching over to NyQuil now, and dreaming of a brand new website that’s simple and beautiful and updates itself.
Teaching Trust is focused on improving practices and policies that impact teachers and school leadership. Its mission is to prepare educators to lead change from the “inside out” by developing the values and skills essential to transformational school and district change.
To achieve its mission, Teaching Trust is committed to ensuring that the community is investing in strong principal pipelines. To that end, the annual Impact Report highlights program results, case studies, and school impact.
In 2014, Teaching Trust launched its first impact report, with the goal of increasing public awareness about the organization and its results.
For the 2015 impact report, Teaching Trust wanted to increase their brand awareness, present promising new data, and continue to focus on stories and people through case studies that show its model in action.
Teach For America was entering its seventh year in DFW and needed more than an annual report; they needed a piece that would effectively share their impact spanning 6+ years. TFA sought to increase awareness for the organization, as well as attract more quality applicants and steward donors through thoughtful communication of its results.
This 24-page 2015 impact report shared data through visuals, brought stories to life through full-page photos, and told a complete narrative — past, present, and future. After its publication, other organizations and TFA regions requested my expertise in creating their annual reports.