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Rootid's design team provide non-profits a variety of print design services. From business cards, letterhead, PowerPoint templates and full annual report, to posters and post cards. Our graphic design team will provide your non-profits the materials that will engage your supporters.
The Esperanza Education Fund provides college scholarships and professional mentorship to immigrant students regardless of national origin, ethnicity, or immigration status. Rootid was hired to revitalize their branding, design a new logo, develop print and digital communications templates, and design and build their website.
The Ella Baker Center works locally, statewide, and nationally to end mass incarceration and criminalization. They work to mobilize everyday people to build power and prosperity in our communities through reinvestment, policy change and redefining safety. For 20 years, the Ella Baker Center has formed unlikely coalitions and won positive change that breaks the cycle of disinvestment and incarceration in communities of color.
The Global Fund for Women was founded to advance the rights of women and girls worldwide by increasing the resources for and investing in women-led organizations and women’s collective leadership for change.
The Essential Access Health (previously California Family Health Council) has a long track record of championing quality sexual and reproductive heath care, but felt their online branding did not accurately reflect the impact that they had in the community. In addition, their capacity to capture marketing leads and the online tools they used to support their programs needed to be updated.
The purpose of TeenSource.org, an online resource developed by the California Family Health Council, is to improve the health and well being of young people in CA by providing non-judgmental, accurate, and reliable sexual and reproductive health information and resources.
We began working with OperaWorks in Fall 2009. We were originally brought in to redesign their website, but soon the project blossomed into much more. Through our discussions with Founder, Ann Baltz about the redesign of their website we recognized that the entire brand needed to be updated and made into a more cohesive unit across all of their marketing and communications streams. It is very important to Ann that she maintain an “out of the box” feeling to her company so we designed visual language with this in mind.
Justice for Families (J4F) is a national alliance of local organizations committed to ending the youth incarceration epidemic. They are founded and run by parents and families who have experienced the juvenile justice system with their children.
Small business owner, Q Hakim had a great idea for a new grass-fed burger restaurant in Albany, CA. He and his partners had a clear idea of how they wanted their new restaurant to “feel” but needed help with the visual language and messaging to support their vision.
Peninsula Integrative Medicine is dedicated to providing compassionate, patient-centered care and cutting-edge integrative medicine for the Bay Area and beyond.
As a small and "starting up" business, owner and head doctor Rebecca Green wanted to build a brand that felt supportive, nurturing fun and collaborative while still being modern, clean and tech savy. She wanted a brand that gave a visual language to the diverse modalities of the practice she was building.