Lantern Village Association, a local nonprofit, needed to revise and updage their brand. In this case, Casa Dana Group developed a new logo treatment, website and fresh 4-color printed newsletter.
In some cases we were working with large international ad agencies, or small design firms and sometimes with our in-house creative teams. The various logos, print and online campaigns shown here were developed by Casa Dana Group to suit a variety of branding strategies.
Print publishing, online communities, internet magazines, event marketing, non-profit support, and social innovation projects are all represented here.
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Here’s an overview of a recent integrated branded marketing package Casa Dana produced for two Green Expo events in June & July of 2010, which included a full set of printed materials, business papers, outdoor, print ads, promotional marketing, video, online and social media marketing.
These two Green Expo events took place in conjunction with existing boat shows at the Dana Point Harbor and at the Channel Islands Harbor. Our objective was to establish a new event identity that can last for many years and can serve as the identity package for both harbor events. The solution was a logo that supports name changes at the bottom and also works with the general name “Green Expo in the Harbor.” The campaigns included print ads and in-store collateral, each with unique discount coupons designed to give a strong incentive to order tickets online. This created unique tracking codes for each element of the marketing program and allow us to measure the effectiveness of various publications.
The overall strategy included generating pre-sales, building opt-in communication channels for email and social media campaigns, and generating both word-of-mouth and PR buzz.
Xzone.com was an early extreme sports website…
Created the first multimedia music magazine as a CD-ROM based periodical and transitioned the magazine to the Internet in 1994…