Ropp Political Sign

A small grassroots campaign asked BioSci Creative to design a sign that reflected an outsider’s approach to running for office. She has a record of working across political lines to get things done in the state of New Hampshire.  She wanted a sign that would unify the political parties under things both sides share, such as the state tree and bird.  The bird is also a small nod to Bernie Sander’s bird that visited during a political speech.  This sign combined those things, along with a rounded retro type face (Cooper Black) to give the sign an approachable feel, rather than authoritarian. The serifs still lend a feeling of stability, without being overly entrenched in the political scene. The red-brown and blue colors stand out in the sea of political signs while still holding to the patriotism of red white and blue that Elizabeth Ropp represents.

Elizabeth also asked for some stickers to hand out to voters, as stickers increase turnout for the next election. Though out of her price range for this season, she does hope to use them in the future.

Synergetic Fitness Logo Design

A gym in Northern Virginia contracted BioSci Creative to design a logo to represent their quickly growing business. Different from many gyms, they wanted the logo to be focused on digital color use. and have the potential for branded items like t-shirts and water bottles.  The gym owner is a strong social media user, so the logo was designed with heavy social media use in mind. This design met the client’s ideas about health, community, energy, co-ed fitness, team building, community and fitness. Though the gym is owned by a woman, and most patrons are women, the design was to be gender neutral.

New Hampshire Creative Club: Annual Exhibition

A quick and simple design for the New Hampshire Creative Club’s 27th Annual Exhibition.  The variety of Designs were used as Postcards, Mailchimp Email Headers, Website Images, Facebook Images and Eventbrite Graphics.

Physician Recruitment Banner

These two pull up Banner Up Brand banners were used by two companies at two trade shows to generate interest by physicians to participate in a clinical research study as investigators.