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A playful idea with lasting impact.

Thomson Reuters asked us to come up with a promo item to display their commitment to social justice and transparency that would sit on desks of employees. Not only did the item need to be interesting and different, it also needed to be able to feature a large amount of copy.

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Sustainability in the Supply Chain

Sensitech Inc., a global leader in supply chain visibility, wanted to publish a white paper that showcased their strong commitment to creating a sustainable supply chain.

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2018 Corporate Responsibility Report

Our latest Sustainability Report for one of our valued clients presented a new set of challenges for us as designers.

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Aquanomics Water Supply Forum

Aquanomics was a forum to discuss the effects of global warming on the world’s supply of H2O, and its power to effect industries from technology and energy to agriculture.
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Collision Tech Conference

As an exhibitor at Collision, North America’s fastest-growing tech conference, Thomson Reuters Canada required an energetic presence in order to stand out in a crowd of many.

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Implementing a New Brand

Refinitiv, a new entity created out of the Financial & Risk business of our client Thomson Reuters, came to us for help implementing their new corporate brand standards in one of the company’s first customer-facing communications.

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White House Correspondents' Dinner

The White House Correspondents’ Dinner is one of the premier events on the Washington calendar, attracting A-list celebrities and intense media attention.

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A Bold Message Deserves a Bold Image

When longtime client CompuMark wanted to dial up the volume on its message of market leadership, the Cleveland Design team was ready.

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Corporate Annual Report

This annual report, for one of our corporate clients with a large global presence, was created with an eye toward the theme of Positioned for Advantaged Growth.

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Bigger Picture, Bigger Impact

To support CompuMark's "See the Bigger Picture" campaign, we created a series of visuals to highlight the risks of missing critical information.

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