by Branding Hatch | Apr 7, 2020
Campaign Website for Suzanne Ness
In 2018, Branding Hatch successfully helped Suzanne Ness run and win the District 2 seat for the McHenry County Board. She was one of the first and only woman candidates to win from her district. When Suzanne decided to run again in 2020, Branding Hatch was once again the go-to agency. Since Suzanne is running for State Representative, we needed to step up our game.
Our first task was to move and redesign the original website from a DIY website builder to a robust custom WordPress platform. We matched the campiagn’s existing branding and customized the email campaigns, print campaigns, as well as the donation platform accordingly.
Role: Art Direction, Branding Help, Website Design & Development, Print Collateral & Email Campaigns.
Branding Hatch launched several successful email campaigns, as well as donation campaigns, utilizing a branded ActBlue donation platform.
by Branding Hatch | Apr 24, 2019
Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit housing organization working in local communities across all 50 states in the U.S. and in approximately 70 countries.
One of Habitat’s Wisconsin chapters in Walworth County needed a radical website design, and fast. Our role included building an entirely new website and adhering to Habitat’s newly rolled out branding guidelines. We worked with the Board to create a WordPress platform that’s easier to use and manage. The new website includes, online forms, applications, a calendar that includes an RSVP form for specific events. But most importantly a modern easy to use Donation page that accepts online giving.
Role: Art Direction, Branding & Branding Guidelines Help, Website Hosting, Website Design & Development.
by Branding Hatch | Aug 29, 2018
Vibes Media’s sales team had been using an extremely cluttered PowerPoint deck for their most important portion of the sales pitch. The slides were splattered with low resolution images and confusing titles. And no transitions or animations were employed, which almost beat the purpose of having a presentation deck in the first place.
We have created a beautiful illustration to better communicate the mobile customer journey with concepts familiar from the mobile/smart phone imagery. We made the page layout fit wide screen TVs and laptops. We simplified the touch points and replaced the low resolution images with custom icons. To finish off, subtle animations were added to convey the concept and engage the audience. We also made sure that the presentation was device independent so it could be compatible with desktops, mobile phones and different operating systems.
by Branding Hatch | May 7, 2018
After opening its first ever branch in Madison, Wisconsin, the electrical distributor needed a specific branding that’s based on Madison, the state capitol, where the sales office was located. Yolk Byte designed a set of icons, graphical elements and a brochure catalog based on Madison’s city flag.
Role: Art Direction, Branding, Cover & Editorial Design, Icon Development, Digital Imaging.