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  • Going Back to School with NAIS

    School is back in session and things are trending up! KINETIK collaborated with the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) to create a back-to-school poster for member schools highlighting opportunities throughout the school year. The poster, which NAIS has seen hanging in school offices around the country, focuses on the organization’s extensive data resources that help administrators shape their schools’ futures.

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  • KINETIK’s Intern Initiative Marks its 25th Year

    KINETIK is a big believer in a robust intern program that gives young designers a chance to do real design work in a collaborative studio environment. Interns become part of the design team—from conceptual stages on projects to final implementation—working directly with senior designers and clients. Now in its 25th year, KINETIK’s intern program has employed more than 65 paid interns since it started in 1992.

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  • Conference Brand Reflects Mission

    The 30th year of the NAIS People of Color Conference (PoCC) inspired a rededication to the conference’s original purpose and a focus on voices for equity and justice. “Without a voice, equity is just an idea, and justice is just a concept,” writes the conference host committee. “To make these values come alive, we must speak up. So how can we use our words to lift each other up? How can we weave our different perspectives and experiences into a cohesive tapestry?” KINETIK explores this interconnected tapestry visually in the brand.

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  • ASCE Releases Infrastructure Report Card

    The grades are in and America’s infrastructure is barely passing with a D+. The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has partnered with KINETIK for several years to create a visual language for its major evaluation of American infrastructure—which assigns letter grades in the familiar form of a school report card—based on the condition and needs for improvement in 16 infrastructure categories. Bold, simple infographics help ASCE make its case to a broad public audience as well as policymakers.

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  • StudioMB Launches New Brand

    KINETIK has found that a unique, tactile gift is both memorable and often kept by recipients. To celebrate StudioMB’s rebranding, KINETIK designed a small flipbook invitation to the firm’s annual party that introduced their new identity. The full campaign included renaming the firm, an identity suite for print and digital media, and brand elements to update the website KINETIK previously designed.

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  • KINETIK Creates Low-tech User Experience 

    KINETIK strives to create unique opportunities for our clients to connect with their key audiences. At a recent annual conference for National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), KINETIK created an analog experience for conference attendees to celebrate the association’s 50th anniversary. A branded Post-it wall allowed attendees to share what inspires them. The animation features a time-lapse of the installation and attendee participation.

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  • Going Back to School with NAIS

    School is back in session and things are trending up! KINETIK collaborated with the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) to create a back-to-school poster for member schools highlighting opportunities throughout the school year. The poster, which NAIS has seen hanging in school offices around the country, focuses on the organization’s extensive data resources that help administrators shape their schools’ futures.

    View Details →

  • KINETIK’s Intern Initiative Marks its 25th Year

    KINETIK is a big believer in a robust intern program that gives young designers a chance to do real design work in a collaborative studio environment. Interns become part of the design team—from conceptual stages on projects to final implementation—working directly with senior designers and clients. Now in its 25th year, KINETIK’s intern program has employed more than 65 paid interns since it started in 1992.

    View Details →

  • Conference Brand Reflects Mission

    The 30th year of the NAIS People of Color Conference (PoCC) inspired a rededication to the conference’s original purpose and a focus on voices for equity and justice. “Without a voice, equity is just an idea, and justice is just a concept,” writes the conference host committee. “To make these values come alive, we must speak up. So how can we use our words to lift each other up? How can we weave our different perspectives and experiences into a cohesive tapestry?” KINETIK explores this interconnected tapestry visually in the brand.

    View Details →

  • ASCE Releases Infrastructure Report Card

    The grades are in and America’s infrastructure is barely passing with a D+. The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has partnered with KINETIK for several years to create a visual language for its major evaluation of American infrastructure—which assigns letter grades in the familiar form of a school report card—based on the condition and needs for improvement in 16 infrastructure categories. Bold, simple infographics help ASCE make its case to a broad public audience as well as policymakers.

    View Details →

  • StudioMB Launches New Brand

    KINETIK has found that a unique, tactile gift is both memorable and often kept by recipients. To celebrate StudioMB’s rebranding, KINETIK designed a small flipbook invitation to the firm’s annual party that introduced their new identity. The full campaign included renaming the firm, an identity suite for print and digital media, and brand elements to update the website KINETIK previously designed.

    View Details →

  • KINETIK Creates Low-tech User Experience 

    KINETIK strives to create unique opportunities for our clients to connect with their key audiences. At a recent annual conference for National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), KINETIK created an analog experience for conference attendees to celebrate the association’s 50th anniversary. A branded Post-it wall allowed attendees to share what inspires them. The animation features a time-lapse of the installation and attendee participation.

    View Details →