Cleveland Design was asked to design a brochure for East End House that would highlight the many services this nonprofit agency provides and also focus on their 125-year history. Our solution was to illustrate how their mission to the community has remained true throughout their history. We achieved this by juxtaposing contemporary images with vintage images on the same theme, using a bright color palette to reflect the energy of East End House.
Cleveland Design recently redesigned and developed the new East End House website as part of our commitment to the community. The website needed to speak to different audiences and reflect the diversity of the population that East End House serves. The broad nature of all the programs and events they offer inspired us to design a site that is rich with interactive content, easy to navigate, well organized and easy to update for current news.
This new identity was designed to reflect the solid, yet diverse and multi-tiered level of services that East End House provides to the community. With the inviting path into the house, the logo represents the nature of this community center as open and inviting to everyone.
East End House needed a series of portable, stand-up banners to use at various educational and community events. We used a compelling photo for each one followed by copy that informs the viewer of services they provide to their clients. Standing close to 9 feet tall, these are an impressive set of banners that can't be missed.