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Jewish Family Service—Music and Spirit Program Brochure

Music and Spirit Program

Client: Jewish Family Service, Music and Spirit Program

Project: 8 1/2″ x 11″ tri-fold brochure

Design Objective:  Jewish Family Service developed this program with Cantor Vadim Tunitsky to bring spiritual support and healing to the seniors of the community. Through the beautiful music of Cantor Tunitsky, the Music and Spirit Program adds personalized musical outreach to seniors in more than 20 assisted living facilities and nursing homes as well as to homebound seniors or those recovering from illness.

Houston Pre-War and Classic Auto Museum Brochure

Auto Museum Brochure

Client: Business Extension Bureau

Format: 8 1/2″ x 11″ tri-fold brochure

Design Objective: Business Extension Bureau is an independently owned and operated mulit-channel marketing production company located in the Museum District of Houston, Texas. Their client, Houston Pre-War and Classic Auto Museum, needed a brochure to spread the word about their new museum and also highlight the services they provide to auto collectors would like to display their cars. The museum is also open to the general public. To learn more about the museum, visit their website Houston Pre-War and Classic Auto Museum

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QuickBooks® Brochure

Bookkeeping-Results Banner

Client: Bookkeeping-Results, LLC

Format: 8 1/2” x 11″, tri-fold brochure

Design Objective: Dwayne Briscoe wanted to promote his series of QuickBooks® courses. This mailing was targeted to reach accounting professionals who need additional training in QuickBooks. Dwayne offered two course tracks, on Mondays or Saturdays. A QR code was provided to simplify and expedite the registration process. Dwayne also provides bookkeeping services to small businesses like mine, (don’t know what I’d do without him!)

RICH Brochure

Client: Realty Investment Club of Houston

Format: 8 1/2″ x 11″ two-sided, tri-fold brochure

Design Objective: The Realty Club of Houston (RICH) needed to update their brochure. The club focuses on educating investors and property owners and provides workshops and courses, networking, and advocacy for its members. Anne selected the cover image and created the headline. She also managed the printing for the project.

The Three Little Pigs—A Graphic Tail

Once upon a time, there were three little pigs.…

The first little pig decided to design his brochure using Microsoft Word, since he already knew how to use it. He would save money by doing it himself. Maybe it didn’t matter that when you folded it, the margins were a little off. And everyone loves Comic Sans. No one would care that he had used multipurpose paper and printed it on his little desktop printer. People really don’t notice those things anyway, do they?Bricks and trowel

The second little pig had a nephew who agreed to design his brochure for free. It doesn’t get any cheaper than that! So the second little pig sent him the copy and he waited, and he waited, and he waited. But the nephew, who was SO artistic, had better things to do than design a brochure for his demanding uncle. He had sows to meet and fields to rut. He never got around to doing that brochure.

Now, the third little pig, who was quite the entrepreneur, knew that he needed help promoting his brick business. So he contacted the town’s graphic designer. With years of experience in graphic design, she was well suited to handle his project. He supplied her with the text, they picked out some eye-catching images, and in no time at all, the brochure was designed and printed. His brick sales sky-rocketed!

With all the new business that poured in, he needed extra help. Since Pig #1 and Pig #2 never got their businesses off the ground, he hired them to run the store while he played golf at the Pork Links Golf Club.

If you want to make a great impression, invest in design. Brick by brick, you will build a strong business that can weather the storms…and even an occasional huffing, puffing wolf.

If you have a project that could use a designer’s touch, please send me an email or call 713-398-1912.