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NPR's Latino USA: Initial Refresh

Kaitlin Archambault

DESIGN CHALLENGE: Work with a 20 year old brand to freshen up their image and promote new programming, all while retaining and working around the existing logo that they felt was outdated. 

SOLUTION: Focus on the geometric elements of the existing logo, using shape and typography to highlight a more contemporary feel. 

SCALE & IMPACT: Print, web, social media, and eblast elements for a national brand with a monthly combined broadcast and digital imprint of over a million

Driver's Education Posters

Kaitlin Archambault

DESIGN CHALLENGE: create a series of posters to hang in driving school classrooms, to convey the range of services offered by the client

SOLUTION: use a bold collection of continuous images and type to form an interchangeable panorama, conveying the possibility of movement these driving education services provide  

SCALE & IMPACT: used in classrooms for the largest driving school in the Northeast, with over 70 locations. 


Kaitlin Archambault

DESIGN CHALLENGE: Work with Red Barn Consulting to design a large scale popup ad for Founder's Insurance's Cyber Liability services for healthcare providers, as well as an accompanying template for handouts.  

SOLUTION: Design custom vector graphics to illustrate the risk of medical data breaches, maintaining a consistent color palate and fonts matching past work for Founder's Insurance. Complement the simple graphics with clean, strong copy. 

SCALE & IMPACT: Coming soon. 

All-Star Driver Business Driver Division Brochure

Kaitlin Archambault

DESIGN CHALLENGE: Design a clean, easy to digest brochure that outlines the advantages and pain points addressed by All-Star Driver's new Business Driver Division without giving away too much up front. 

SOLUTION: Work with their marketing team to visually and conceptually divide copy into short, snappy explainers and highlight key facts. A quiz on the back of the brochure ties into the call to action and matches an interactive survey on their website. The result is simple, using only the strongest facts and leaving the focus on the call to action. Visually integrated with the followup presentation, templates, and website, also designed by Incendiary Designs. 

SCALE & IMPACT: Used as the first touchpoint in the B2B sales strategy of All-Star Driver's new Business Driver Division. All-Star Driver has over 70 locations throughout Connecticut, and was rated among the top 25 fastest growing education companies nationally by Inc. Magazine. 

All-Star Driver's Park Your Phone Drive Your Car Campaign

Kaitlin Archambault

DESIGN CHALLENGE: Design and brand a safe driving package to promote All-Star Driver's texting while driving awareness campaign, "Park Your Phone Drive Your Car"  

SOLUTION: Keeping within the existing All-Star Driver branding & color palette and in alignment with All-Star's other umbrella branding, create a hip, texting and social media-centered package that appeals to teen drivers.

SCALE & IMPACT: Thousands of packages delivered to high schools throughout Connecticut, and the movement is growing. What was initiated as a month long campaign is now ongoing, including larger distribution throughout the state and TV news coverage

9th Annual Harvard Women's Law Association Conference Collateral

Kaitlin Archambault

DESIGN CHALLENGE: Create the look (including posters and program) for the 9th Annual Harvard Women's Law Association Conference. Must be clean and modern while still professional, without seeming too corporate.  

SOLUTION: Worked with the conference organizers to develop an editorial illustration that captures the theme of the conference, the overcoming of the glass ceiling. Used a consistent and clean combination of typefaces that still referenced back to their logo and tradition. 

SCALE & IMPACT: Posters were displayed throughout the Harvard campus, and programs were distributed to all conference guests and speakers—and very well received, if we can modestly say so ourselves! 

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America By the Numbers with Maria Hinojosa: Clarkston, Georgia

Kaitlin Archambault

DESIGN CHALLENGE: Create DVD packaging for a series pilot on PBS. The program did not have a logo or branding. 

SOLUTION: Work with screenshots and type from the documentary to reflect its characters and tone. 

SCALE & IMPACT: Distributed to press and at screenings across the country. The program saw a 30% increase in viewers in its timeslot.