Posts Tagged ‘signage’

Community Health – Giving Gig 2018

April 14th, 2018 by Kristine Warski

Community Health Network Foundation hosted the 5th annual Giving Gig on February 17, 2018. The Giving Gig benefits Community Health Network’s Oncology Patient Assistance Fund, which provides vouchers for food, gas and medication to cancer patients in financial need. This year’s event was held at the downtown Indianapolis Marriott and featured a musical performance by

Gregory & Appel Colts Banner

October 5th, 2017 by Scott Johnson

We love Indy. We love the Colts. So when Indianapolis Colts Partner, Gregory & Appel Insurance, asked us to help them show their pride, we were all in. They asked us again this year to create a large outdoor banner to express their support. Last season, the 2016 banner featured a vertical photo of the

Gregory & Appel Brand Update

April 26th, 2017 by Scott Johnson

Over the course of the last year we worked with Gregory & Appel marketing and senior leadership to update their positioning, messaging, and brand identity. After developing a positioning statement and messaging matrix for their various product lines, we looked back at the company’s 133 year history and reviewed the variety of logos used over

Making It Official

October 10th, 2014 by Axiomport

When Community Health Network became the official sports medicine provider of The Indy Fuel, Indiana’s newest hockey team, they relied on Axiomport to bring their brand alive at the Fairgrounds Coliseum where the team makes its home. We created and produced graphics that included messages on the lobby’s pillars as well as compelling visuals for both

Inner Spirits Restored By Hand – Lift

September 11th, 2014 by Axiomport

Who says this business is stressful? Not us. When one of your clients is LIFT, a massage therapy studio opening soon in downtown Indy, worries just seem to melt away. We’ve helped LIFT by designing their logo as well as developing a direct mail campaign, email templates, interior facility messaging and exterior building graphics. It’s