SOME MUST-SHARE PROJECTS
WHEATON, Illinois, May 9, 2012 — Meyers Design, Inc. has recently completed several interesting projects we would like to share with you.
The Vanguard MacNeal Hospital Nursing Annual Report features five main points taken from the Institute of Medicine's Future of Nursing report. With a focus on stories from nurses, we used bold photography and key words to illustrate the many facets of a nurses' commitment to advancing the nursing profession and improving the health of their patients.
You have exceeded our expectations and showed the heart of nursing along with clinical excellence. Thank you.
— S. Murphy RN BSN MS, Executive Director of Professional Practice, Vanguard MacNeal Hospital
"Bringing Hope Home" was the theme of the second annual report we created for Good News Partners (GNP). GNP is celebrating 35 years of providing housing, education and economic development. We featured the stories of several residents and partners and what "Bringing Hope Home" means to them.
We worked with the Iroquois-Kankakee (I-KAN) Regional Office of Education to create an instructional video that was distributed to teachers for the sole purpose of analyzing student work to achieve standards and criteria that would be consistent throughout the district. The 22-minute video was shot on location at an elementary school using multiple cameras and edited together along with still clips of students' work.
Fundraising Promotional Magazine
We just completed the first issue of the Good News Partners benefit magazine. The magazine was originally intended to be a program booklet for the GNP annual benefit. In order to get more mileage from the program booklet, we took a magazine style approach when designing it, which allows for promotional visibility of the non-profit organization to last throughout the year. The magazine style layout will also help GNP sell more advertisement space in future issues, since sponsors will understand that the magazine will be used for an entire year instead of just one evening.
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