I’ve had the pleasure of working with Pam in support of multiple San Diego nonprofit organizations over the last several years. Pam’s the type of individual you want in the trenches with you - someone you can rely on to get the job done right. She consistently goes above and beyond and her boundless energy is contagious. I recommend Pam without hesitation - she’s the whole package! Exceptional work, a responsive and engaging approach plus she infuses fun into all that she does! I’ve come to appreciate her personable, relationship-driven approach and exceptional design skills.
— Nicole Knox, Change Agent: Brand, Marketing & Communications Strategist

 A YUMMY SAMPLE OF PROJECTS

Please inquire about samples of Powerpoint, Websites, Package Design, and Marketing Materials that you don’t see here.
Also, be sure to check out my portfolio on Behance for more projects [link at bottom].

 Annual Impact Report

Over the years that I’ve worked with International Bipolar Foundation, I’ve never had the chance to establish a branding style for them – I was brought in after they had rebranded the first time in 2013; and I applied that style to their general brochures and business stationery suite. For all their fundraiser galas, those were uniquely designed with a theme, like masquerade ball or Van Gogh’s Starry Night painting. The first annual impact report I designed for them was 2 years ago, and that was a very simple, minimal piece. However, for 2018, they wanted something more elaborate and designed using the style of the new logo created by another designer on hand. I just had the fonts, colors and a few images to go from. The rest was all up to me. And I relished it. I love creating human-centered design with warm-fuzzy content, while also providing hard facts in engaging, bite-sized pieces. This was printed in 16 pages, as well as distributed digitally.

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 Natural Gourmet Cuisine

Betty Norvell was referred to me in late 2017, who had recently retired from her high-position job to pursue her dream of being a gourmet chef – not your typical chef, but rather one that focuses on nutrition and health benefits of just about every ingredient she cooks with. It’s not to late to start your dream job!

She had ideas and colors in mind for her logo; and with my expertise and guidance we worked together to produce desired results. I explored various color combinations, different styles of illustrations and fonts. For the font, I knew it had to be refined and classy, like Williams-Sonoma.

I steered her towards shades of green since it best represents health and food. But we added some bright shades of eggplant, carrot and mustard for accent colors. For the illustration, Betty really wanted a beet based on some samples she saw. It was nice, but it was rather limiting to her broad menu. I felt a simple, generic herb was a good representation that could easily used anywhere.

I must confess that this was one of my favorite logos to design and form a brand identity system. Unfortunately the campaign got temporarily stalled, but we are working on a very fun project this Summer that will be related.

A brief brand guidelines until the campaign continues

A brief brand guidelines until the campaign continues

Why not provide more than one logo lockup choice? The middle one is the main one, but the others can be used as labels for pre-packaged meals.

Why not provide more than one logo lockup choice? The middle one is the main one, but the others can be used as labels for pre-packaged meals.

Two side business card that carries over the branding beautifully.

Two side business card that carries over the branding beautifully.

Spoonfed

In late 2017, I began working with the great team over at Spoonfed in Hollywood-Los Angeles to design their brand guidelines, that lead the direction for designing their restaurant menus, business cards, gift cards, and direct mail postcards. And the relationship keeps blossoming!

The chef/owner, Sean, behind Spoonfed believes that Food is Love, and wants to share that love with everyone. It's a place to go when you are on-the-go for a quick breakfast bite, a cup of coffee with friends, meet up for a business lunch, enjoy a cocktail to unwind, or head to for the occasional dinner date. 

The retro market theme was a delight to work with, from the bright vintage color palette, casual fonts, to the interior murals, signage and decor. I created the brand image style to match the vision behind the restaurant. {Please note that I did not design the logo - but was told that Sean writes his S’s similarly so they turned it into a spoon. Cleverl!}

It's pretty obvious this is the branding guideline. It covers the basics of logo usage, color palette, fonts, imagery, and graphic elements.

It's pretty obvious this is the branding guideline. It covers the basics of logo usage, color palette, fonts, imagery, and graphic elements.

Business card design with the restaurant on one side, bar on the other.

Business card design with the restaurant on one side, bar on the other.

Gift card with envelope

Gift card with envelope

Breakfast menu on one side, lunch & dinner menu on the other side.

Breakfast menu on one side, lunch & dinner menu on the other side.

Direct mail piece targeting local businesses in the Hollywood area, including movie production studios.

Direct mail piece targeting local businesses in the Hollywood area, including movie production studios.

Direct mail piece targeting residential areas around Hollywood using the free salad dressing as a lure.

Direct mail piece targeting residential areas around Hollywood using the free salad dressing as a lure.

Plow & Harvest

In June of 2013, I was hired by Access Point Group, a hospitality consulting agency, to brand a new restaurant in Alberta, Canada called Plow & Harvest, a fast-casual, farm-to-table concept. What started out as a few basic branding needs – logo designs, print & digital menus, simple website, and exterior signage – turned into a much bigger project. Over the course of 3 jam-packed months, including attending the soft opening, more projects developed: social media, handout cards, business cards, uniforms, interior decor and signage, water bottles, labels, public relations collateral, food photo shoots and more! It was the highlight of my career, and I'm really so thankful for the opportunity. Unfortunately, the owner of the restaurant decided he no longer wanted to be in that line of business and shut it down after several months of operations. Broke my heart.

Full Color Logo with Main Imagery

Full Color Logo with Main Imagery

Email Blast, Package Labels, Tray Liners, Water bottles

Email Blast, Package Labels, Tray Liners, Water bottles

Exterior: Logo on Painted Plank Wood

Exterior: Logo on Painted Plank Wood

Interior: Ordering Counter

Interior: Ordering Counter

Cooking up Samples for the VIP Soft Opening {plus Chef's Uniform}

Cooking up Samples for the VIP Soft Opening {plus Chef's Uniform}

Serving up Pickled Delights during the VIP Soft Opening {plus Uniform T-Shirts for Staff}

Serving up Pickled Delights during the VIP Soft Opening {plus Uniform T-Shirts for Staff}

Website Landing Page

Website Landing Page

Outside of main menu trifold sitting on tray insert [I had only 2 colors to work with]

Outside of main menu trifold sitting on tray insert [I had only 2 colors to work with]

Inside of main menu trifold

Inside of main menu trifold

Canadians love their booze, in fact if you don’t serve alcohol at a sit down restaurant, chances are slim you will have a profitable business!

Canadians love their booze, in fact if you don’t serve alcohol at a sit down restaurant, chances are slim you will have a profitable business!

As the staff was slowly hired, business cards transformed.

As the staff was slowly hired, business cards transformed.

Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage, CA

In 2015, I was referred to the Operations Manager of the Ritz-Carlton in Rancho Mirage {Palm Springs area} through my client, AccessPoint Group {same one from Plow & Harvest}, to redesign the menus for the hotel including their main restaurant, spa, in-room dining and bar. Since their staff was actually creating them, they really needed a professional designer to give the menus the right polish. I was so honored and excited! I had made it BIG TIME! :)

State Fare is their main restaurant which requires multiple menus throughout the day: Breakfast, Breakfast Buffet, Lunch, Dinner and Sunset Dinner, the nearby Bar – and also for the holidays: Valentines Day, New Years Eve, Christmas Eve, and Thanksgiving Dinners.

The ambience of State Fare was casual yet classy, with a play on words {State Fair}, breakfast being the “fun” meal, lunch as a “casual-lighthearted” meal, and ending the day with an “elegant” dinner meal. So the design aesthetics for the menus had to reflect each mood/vibe. Of course, breakfast was more fun to design as I had more opportunity to “play” with the elements, fonts and colors. Dinner was more reserved, refined and clean.

Menus were also designed for Hotel Guests In-Room Dining and the Breakfast Door-Hanger, those reflecting the main branding of Ritz-Carlton; whereas the Air Pool and Spa menus were designed for their unique ambience.

It's repeat business since restaurants change out their menu items and pricing about once a quarter. Lucky me!

State Fare Breakfast Menu

State Fare Breakfast Menu

State Fare Lunch Menu {front side}

State Fare Lunch Menu {front side}

State Fare Bar Menu

State Fare Bar Menu

Hotel Air Pool Menu

Hotel Air Pool Menu

Mother's Day Brunch Menu

Mother's Day Brunch Menu

2018 Valentines Menu Design

2018 Valentines Menu Design

2017 Holiday Menu Design

2017 Holiday Menu Design

2017 New Year's Eve Menu Design

2017 New Year's Eve Menu Design

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The visual materials that Pam has created for my business are simply outstanding. I have been truly awed by the quality of her work and her level of professionalism. Her taste is flawless, and I fully trust that the work she has done will give me every possible advantage in marketing my psychology practice.
— Lynda Ariella, Owner at Porch Light Psychology Services, Inc


Will Marré | SMART Power Academy

In 2008 & 2009 I saw Will Marré speak at the San Diego American Marketing Association [SD-AMA] Cause Conference, and he was the only speaker I remembered [both times]. I had volunteered on the committee for 4 years proving graphics pro-bono. So, it was a must attend to gain understanding of the experience.

In early 2018 Will passed away while surfing [his second love]. It was a devastating loss to every life he touched and I miss working with him greatly. He was more than a client, and was one of my biggest fans. The feeling was mutual. So the below text will read in the past tense.

Will was dynamic, intelligent, insightful and was dedicated to making a positive change in the world. Many years after the conferences, his marketing consultant contacted me to see if I was interested in working with him and Will to design the whole brand experience for a women’s leadership conference he was developing. Uhm, yes!

Thus began a wonderful, ongoing client relationship with Will, who was a total advocate for women in leadership roles. I was so honored to be his Brand Image Stylist! The women's conference was called The Leadership SPA [changed to just SMART Power Academy later], a 2+ day conference for women leaders define their self, their hard and soft skills and how to navigate their roles. He held the conference 2-3 times a year bringing in major players.

Over the course of 4 years, I also created numerous design projects for Will. He spoke through visual aids and I transformed them into smart graphics. The projects included the initial logo design for the SPA, brand guide, website design, signage, workbooks {124 pages}, Powerpoint deck, handouts, infographics, bookmarks, e-blasts.

The Leadership SPA Logo {now just called SMART Power Academy}

The Leadership SPA Logo {now just called SMART Power Academy}

SPA Workbook Cover for Women Effect Conference

SPA Workbook Cover for Women Effect Conference

SPA Workbook Sample Page

SPA Workbook Sample Page

SPA Workbook Sample Page

SPA Workbook Sample Page

The website for the pilot Smart Power Academy conference in 2014. Both constantly evolve over the years as my client refines his training.

The website for the pilot Smart Power Academy conference in 2014. Both constantly evolve over the years as my client refines his training.

One of the many Postcard-sized Bookmarkers {front and back}

One of the many Postcard-sized Bookmarkers {front and back}

Recent Workbook Cover for FICO Company Workshop

Recent Workbook Cover for FICO Company Workshop

Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd

Back in the late 90s, I worked at one the largest ad agencies in the South when I lived in Tamp, FL. I worked almost exclusively on the Royal Caribbean Cruises & Celebrity Cruises account for 6 years, creating 90-page International Fleet Catalogs in 20 different languages, Itinerary Guides, onboard Menus, and Domestic Brochures.

The reason I'm including this older client experience is because from working on projects for a lifestyle brand is what got me hooked on that niche. And it was an amazing experience that I will never forget. There was a lot of blood, sweat and tears, but also huge rewards of such an accomplishment. The International Fleet Catalogs were printed overseas in France and Germany–and being the designer, I had to be there with my team for the press checks [color balance, making sure nothing fell off, making changes while on press]. Twice a year for 2 weeks at a time. With traveling and sightseeing on our time off. Not too shabby, eh?

Royal Caribbean's brand is known as fun, casual, adventurous as well as a bit of luxury. 

 
The client's direction was to showcase their best ship in a variety of destinations their fleet sailed to. The montage was the best solution {at the time}. I would create a low resolution mock up of the montage, and then we would have digital retouching masters create the higher resolution version as they were converted to large posters.

The client's direction was to showcase their best ship in a variety of destinations their fleet sailed to. The montage was the best solution {at the time}. I would create a low resolution mock up of the montage, and then we would have digital retouching masters create the higher resolution version as they were converted to large posters.

 
The table of contents was an area to be more creative.

The table of contents was an area to be more creative.

 
The overall layout was based on architectural information design. Very grid-like. This was a spread from one of the ship's deck plans, which an outsourced technical illustrator created for us.

The overall layout was based on architectural information design. Very grid-like. This was a spread from one of the ship's deck plans, which an outsourced technical illustrator created for us.

Celebrity Cruises' brand is luxury, relaxation, cruising in style. 

The cover of the International Fleet Catalog. Luxury just oozing out. Tabs on the side for quick access to sections of the catalog {a printer's nightmare}.

The cover of the International Fleet Catalog. Luxury just oozing out. Tabs on the side for quick access to sections of the catalog {a printer's nightmare}.

The destination section of the International Fleet Catalog gave a description of the area, excursions and map/itinerary.

The destination section of the International Fleet Catalog gave a description of the area, excursions and map/itinerary.

When a new ship was being built, we designed marketing materials for the travel agents. Since there were no photos of the ship to use, we hired an illustrator to create the imagery. One of my favorite projects.

When a new ship was being built, we designed marketing materials for the travel agents. Since there were no photos of the ship to use, we hired an illustrator to create the imagery. One of my favorite projects.

I hired Pam as an outsource to my agency and she was instrumental in the success and development of many projects. Pam is a great listener and communicator...
and the best part is “she just gets it”. She is always proactive and has a great attention to detail in the design she delivers. I highly recommend Pam and look forward to working with her on more projects.
— Les Kollegian, CEO / Chief Creative Officer - Jacob Tyler Brand Communications Agency


Beyond The Muscle

In 2016, I met Scott Olsen, the owner of Beyond the Muscle, when he was giving chair massages at the yoga studio where I take classes. Right away, I was hooked – he was different. So I started up a discussion about his business band found out he was new in town and had just started up Beyond the Muscle. I told him about what I do, and said I would love to work with him and establish a brand identity for him.

I found through a few trial sessions that Scott does not give massages, but rather soft-tissue treatment for recovery from injury or chronic pain. Plus he re-educates you on movement, posture, breath, and therapeutic exercises. He can tell so much about your body by laying his hands on you, feeling the fascia, muscles and tendons. And then he goes about working out the kinks and scar tissue, loosening up joints and tension.

When we did the initial discovery, Scott knew exactly what he wanted for his brand, which isn't always the case with startups. I created the logo out of his vision, which includes the Enso symbol – meaning absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, and the universe (inspired by his martial arts and Chinese medicine training).

From there I created business cards that had a variety of performing sports related images [his focus] and postcard handout concepts that portrayed his brand expertly. My brand guide helped him create his own website.

 
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Business Cards: I designed 6 different front sides to represent the various athletes {professional as well as everyday kinds} with a common back side.

Business Cards: I designed 6 different front sides to represent the various athletes {professional as well as everyday kinds} with a common back side.

 
Promo Postcard Handouts - Concept Stage

Promo Postcard Handouts - Concept Stage

Promo Postcard Handouts - Concept Stage

Promo Postcard Handouts - Concept Stage

Gaia Day Spa

Gaia Day Spa was one of my first clients when I started my solo-creative career.

I met Rhana the owner, by chance at the 2006 Festival of Arts where I was volunteering. I walked around after my shift was over, and a booth of beautiful canvas photography that looked like paintings caught my eye. The photographer's name was Joy, so of course we bonded over our shared names [it's my middle name], and the same visuals we both loved. While we chatted, her good friend Rhana came by.

One thing led to another and I was hired to refresh the Gaia Day Spa branding! We started with the Services Menu, Gift Certificate, and a slight Logo refresh [it was a bit outdated].

Over the course of several years, I created Window Banners, Magazine Ads, redesigned the Website and even designed Gaia's own line of Skin Care Product Packaging! As the economy turned sour in 2009, her spa was one of the businesses effected by it, and after 13 years in the spa business, she had to close her doors. Heart breaking.

The Logo Refresh: Simplified with a more current aesthetic

The Logo Refresh: Simplified with a more current aesthetic

Riveria Magazine Half Page Ad

Riveria Magazine Half Page Ad

Services Menu

Services Menu

Gift Certificate, Services Menu, Package Design

Gift Certificate, Services Menu, Package Design

Back in the day of old HTML Websites =)

Back in the day of old HTML Websites =)

Hydrangea Cove

Hydrangea Cove is a beach cottage lover's place to shop for home décor! You walk into the shop and you just feel at home on the beach. In 2015, I was referred to the shop owner by a colleague of mine. The owner needed a graphic designer who not only could help elevate her brand, but was also knowledgeable of social media marketing to help amp up sales. Over the course of a course of a few years, I helped Hydrangea Cove not only increase their online social presence, but also bring in foot traffic.

Projects included posts for Instagram, Facebook and Twitter; e-blasts via MailChimp and promotional Postcard Mailers. Unfortunately more sad news. The economy hit this delightful boutique hard. After 5 years in business, she had to close her doors too. This was another favorite client and projects to work with. Right up my alley.

Grand Opening of New Location Social Promo

Grand Opening of New Location Social Promo

Christmas Season Social Promo

Christmas Season Social Promo

Summer Social Promo

Summer Social Promo

Valentine's Day Social Promo

Valentine's Day Social Promo

Eblast for New Location Promo

Eblast for New Location Promo

Holiday Postcard Mailer

Holiday Postcard Mailer

Rashelle Roberts, Creative Business Coach

In 2013, a fellow designer referred me to RaShelle who wanted to rebrand her coaching identity as her direction was shifting. RaShelle has been a mentor to hundreds of creatives over the course of over 20 years. She knows the design industry inside and out since she once was a creative business owner herself.  

RaShelle helps solo-creatives and small studios help find their voice and lays a solid foundation for their business that is unique and personalized. Working together over the course of 3-5 months [and ongoing afterwards when needed] she guides them into building a stronger brand for themselves, having a healthier more sustainable business, working with quality clients and making more money! She also leads small workshops around the States.

Through our discovery together, I understood RaShelle to be a deeply-feeling creative soul and artist, free spirit, a lover of yoga, meditation, poetry, bright colors, and butterflies. Her brand needed to portray her vibe! Her current one was too corporate as well as outdated.

Mood boards [style boards] are always the first step after a discovery session to set the tone and direction for any brand. It helps define the standards of color palettes, typography and font hierarchy, icons, graphics and imagery. And that's where RaShelle found her identity. We transformed it into her website, workshop handouts, social media profile graphics, business cards, and Powerpoint presentations.

The Logo includes her Handwritten Signature as the Font

The Logo includes her Handwritten Signature as the Font

The Business Card: no frills, simple, clean as she wished

The Business Card: no frills, simple, clean as she wished

Title Page for the Powerpoint Presentation

Title Page for the Powerpoint Presentation

Sample Slide in the Powerpoint Presentation

Sample Slide in the Powerpoint Presentation

The Original Concept for the Website

The Original Concept for the Website

A Newer Concept in the Works...

A Newer Concept in the Works...

When you are creating your website, sometimes the first and second rounds that you thought were perfect then, are now not what you are today. We evolve and refine, and that is normal. RaShelle's current website reflects some of the original designs and branding that she loved, but it's not quite right yet. Artists are perfectionists!

Pam is a highly capable, experienced graphic designer who not only provides excellent work, but she does so with integrity and creativity. She is a team player and easy to communicate and work with...If you need great design work, call this “brand image stylist”!
— Evelyn Olson Lamden, Marketing, Advertising, Media Expert

SDSU | Social Policy Institute: Strategies 2.0

In Summer of 2016, I was awarded the opportunity to work with a local college's [SDSU] Social Workers training platform, Social Policy Institute [SPI], to develop a logo along with branding guidelines and various training collateral designs for one of their programs, Strategies 2.0. SPI's mission is to increase the well-being of people by engaging, working with and inspiring our partners, community stakeholders and policy makers. And, Strategies 2.0 is a partnership between the Child Abuse Prevention Center, Children’s Bureau of Southern California, and SDSU Social Policy Institute. 

The client wanted something clean, colorful, cheerful, and to show the collaboration between the child, the family, and the social worker. The icon above the letter "i” represents this concept with the orange circle as the child and the two petals as the family and social worker. According the the CEO, I nailed it.

Projects created were the logo identity system, brand standards, and training collateral that included: binder covers with multiple tier inserts, handouts, posters and Powerpoint template.

Logo Design

Logo Design

PPT Title Page Template Design

PPT Title Page Template Design

PPT Master Page Template Design

PPT Master Page Template Design

PPT Closing Page Template Design

PPT Closing Page Template Design

SDSU | Social Policy Institute: IHSS

Since SDSU/SPI was so pleased with my work on Strategies 2.0, they hired me again to design the branding guidelines and training collateral for their IHSS disability care programs.

Projects created were the complete training collateral materials that included: binder covers with multiple tier inserts, handouts, posters and Powerpoint template.

IHSS Disabilities Handbook Cover

IHSS Disabilities Handbook Cover

IHSS Disabilities Handbook Interior Page

IHSS Disabilities Handbook Interior Page

IHSS Disabilities PPT Title Page

IHSS Disabilities PPT Title Page

IHSS Disabilities PPT Divider Page

IHSS Disabilities PPT Divider Page

IHSS Fair Labor Standards Act Training Binder Cover

IHSS Fair Labor Standards Act Training Binder Cover

IHSS Fair Labor Standards Act Handbook Page

IHSS Fair Labor Standards Act Handbook Page

IHSS Sample Flyer

IHSS Sample Flyer

IHSS Provider Orientation Guide Handout

IHSS Provider Orientation Guide Handout

ID Analytics  |  2010 Advance Conference

I had the privilege to work with a well-respected and known software company, ID Analytics – a leader in credit and fraud risk solutions with patented analytics, proven expertise and up-to-the minute insight into consumer behavior. I was hired to design their conference branding campaign that included the conference logo and overall brand experience, e-blasts, printed invitation package, a spiral-bound custom workbook that incorporated the agenda, speaker bios and room for note-taking, Powerpoint template, name badge lanyards, and wayfinding signage. It was so well-received that the branding was used for future conferences even though I was not the designer [with new marketing management comes a new team].

Conference Logo

Conference Logo

The E-blast, Workbook/Program and Invitation Package

The E-blast, Workbook/Program and Invitation Package

The Workbook/Program: it included the agenda, speaker bios, hotel information, and blank pages for taking notes. It was a hit!

The Workbook/Program: it included the agenda, speaker bios, hotel information, and blank pages for taking notes. It was a hit!

Inside the Workbook/Program

Inside the Workbook/Program

Local Juice Co.

A client of mine, who was a successful business mentor, went into the juice business in 2014 out a new passion for improving the health of those in his community. His goal was to create “the best juice on Earth”. Together we decided on the name, the bottle shape and type of label – and then the logo came easily after our discovery session. He started out with just 6 juice varieties, and now has about 11.

And you've all heard this story before: There is was no budget for anything else beyond the logo, business card, a few flyers, and the first 6 label designs. I provided brand guidelines since he was a DIY-er, and he applied that to future labels, and marketing material. I would have loved to give him the whole [professional] brand experience of a website, social media and promotional material. >sad face< BTW: His juices, tonics and elixirs are tasty!

The Logo was printed in white on a clear label.

The Logo was printed in white on a clear label.

A Bucket List to be had!

A Bucket List to be had!

Green with Envy

Green with Envy

Drink it Cold!

Drink it Cold!

Infographic Design

An infographic [slang for information graphic] is a visual representation of what I call, “bite-sized” information. Basically, they help simplify and communicate large amounts of information and data quickly and clearly, that would otherwise bore or even overwhelm the reader. With engaging and captivating graphics, the data is easily understandable at a glance! It’s just easier to digest.

While infographics reached their peak in 2013, they are still an excellent content marketing tool, and effective way to generate awareness online. But they need to be socially shared to drive any traffic to your site for ROI. By just posting them on your website isn't going to do anything, and they have to be a part of your global marketing strategy plan, not just a one-time deal.

Below are some of my favorite infographics I've created in the past 5 years for a few clients.

Clicking on each image will take you to the full-sized version of it on my Visual.ly portfolio website. And there is more there that were for clients or personal projects to promote my services.

 

A Whiskey Infographic for Palms Casino &amp; Resort via Internet Marketing Inc client.

A Whiskey Infographic for Palms Casino & Resort via Internet Marketing Inc client.

How to Plan a Destination Wedding for Couples Resorts via Internet Marketing Inc client.

How to Plan a Destination Wedding for Couples Resorts via Internet Marketing Inc client.

An informational infographic about HSA Foundation via Leavitt Communications client.

An informational infographic about HSA Foundation via Leavitt Communications client.

The Future of Lifelong Learning for Knewton via Visual.ly client.

The Future of Lifelong Learning for Knewton via Visual.ly client.