How to Design Large Scale Event Graphics for Print

Large Scale Graphics Versus Handheld A general rule of thumb when designing print projects is that all graphics and imagery should be 300 dpi (dots per inch). But there is a difference between the quality required for graphics that are printed for handheld...

Unique Event Branding—FNIH’s 2018 Lurie Prize Award Ceremony

About the Event Now in its sixth year, the annual Lurie Prize award ceremony is the FNIH‘s premier event. It brings together some of the foremost leaders in the field of biomedical sciences to recognize outstanding achievement by a promising scientist aged 52 or...

Einstein Award Gala—Washington DC

About the Event The Einstein Award was established by the American Friends of the Hebrew University to recognize the far-ranging contributions of leaders and innovators who have made a similarly compelling impact on the course of modern science, and whose tireless...

Museum of the Bible Opening Invitations

Branding and Design I’m so thrilled to finally unveil the branding and design for the Museum of the Bible Opening Events. There were four events total—two of them black-tie galas.   Carriers The carrier for the invitations mimic the bronze front doors of the...

Comps versus The Real Thing

Some of my clients have trouble visualizing what a design will look like when it’s printed. I try my best to create digital comps to simulate the final product. Luckily, InDesign makes it really easy to link the actual file to the comp. I show the piece closed,...