This Abbott Molecular image book was a joint venture between Mark Joseph Photography, LaCoste Design and Strategic Alliance International. It was created to announce, inform, and educate the city of Des Plaines, IL, government officials and Abbott stockholders about the new molecular facility being built there. The plan at the time was that Abbott Molecular would be a spin-off company from its parent Abbott.
Premier Lifestyle Management is a boutique personal assistant & home management service. Premier caters to its client's personal, home or business needs using the highest level of integrity & discretion.
The new website, created in partnership with Cosmic Studios, has a modern and approachable design that is fully responsive. It has easy access to information across all devices and is geared toward getting potential clients to request information or signup online.
As a sole practitioner, J. Christopher Davenport gives his full heart and focus to each project and offers the unique experience of knowing that every aspect of the project was developed and executed by the Principal. Chris produces richly beautiful designs that are a unique reflection of the Owner and their specific needs rather than a forced expression of the Architect’s will. In other words, for each build there is a personal story. And with Chris's brand identity, it starts with his own. Client's will no doubt ask, "what's that J. stand for?"
A memorable visual identity is the solid foundation on which to attach your brand. At LaCoste Design Company we create identities that are uniquely memorable and leverage the true nature of the organizations they represent. We do this by listening, observing, researching and collecting information about our clients and their industry in order to accurately capture and create an identity that is yours alone.
HOPE is HERE and NOW. This is the theme and outlines Project HOPE's purpose in their 2011 Annual Report. HERE is anywhere there is poverty, illness, disaster and disease. NOW is today, tomorrow or as long as it takes to complete their work. Project HOPE has worked for more than 56 years fighting disease, saving the lives of the most vulnerable, focusing on education and training to create healthier communities for the future. And their mission continues.
With two of the oldest Catholic churches in Chicago uniting their proud histories and heritages in 2012, a new site was needed. With a multi-cultural congregation, it was essential to present a unified church that honored the past, celebrated the present and embraced the future. English and Spanish text is instantly applied thoughout with one tab click. It was built on a CMS platform and designed for desktop, tablets and mobile devices.
LaCoste Design had been involved from day one developing the strategy and brand—in conjunction with the Sagent marketing team—for this start-up generic injectables pharmaceutical company. We continuously refined, developed and improved their branded communications from print to digital to trade show booths and event promotions.
All photography is the copyright of Mark Joseph Photography Inc.
This work for Jones Lang LaSalle was done back in 1998. A timeless, comprehensive branding program that came out of the merger of two of the largest global real estate companies then. Kerry was on contract at a well-respected Chicago design firm at the time, and collaborated with others on the development of this brand for over a year. In the end, both North American and European versions of the Graphic Standards were produced along with other newly branded marketing material.
Back in the days when websites entirely made in Flash were common, we created this innovative site for Mark Joseph. The entire navigation of the site is built into the type treatment of his company name, which was later used in his overall branding materials. The design and photo navigation was all very minimal to allow his award-winning corporate photography it's due light. All photography is the copyright of Mark Joseph Photography Inc.
Here's a sampling of self-promotion projects dating back to the beginning of LaCoste Design in 2005. But enough about us, we're really more interesting in promoting you!