Posts Tagged ‘design’

Indiana Sleep Center Website

June 27th, 2018 by Cindy Lory

You may be surprised to learn that over 100,000,000 adults in the U.S. don’t get enough sleep. There can be as many solutions as there are causes, and that’s where the Indiana Sleep Center comes in. The Center is a multidisciplinary facility for the evaluation and treatment of patients with sleep disorders. Working with the Center for Respiratory

Children’s Museum Sports Legends Experience Books

April 26th, 2018 by Patricia Prather

After years of planning and construction, the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience opened in March 2018. This much anticipated permanent exhibit—the largest expansion of the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis in 40 years—encourages children and families to participate in health and fitness activities through sports. Twelve outdoor sports activities within a 7.5-acre site invite visitors

The Rantings of a Mad Botanist – Book Design

October 18th, 2016 by Axiomport

“CAUTION!  This book is different, and not for everyone . . .” Thus begins The Rantings of a Mad Botanist, the pull-no-punches gardening book by our friend, author Bill McKnight. Over the years we’ve helped Bill and the Indiana Academy of Science design a shelf full of titles, so we were thrilled to help him

We recently created a book for Citizens National Bank of Albion—located in a small rural town in southern Illinois—to commemorate their first 75 years of business. Each chapter contains photos of historical sites, documents and currency, as well as current photos of the area and customer profiles. A timeline of the bank’s history runs throughout.