Infographic: Keep Kids Fit

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Client: Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE)

Situation: SOPHE was awarded a three-year national grant by the Centers for Disease Control for a project with four other national organizations preventing chronic disease – the American Heart Association, the American Planning Association, the National WIC Association [more]

The demand for stock images is going up for nonprofits, trade associations and small businesses. More images are needed for social media channels, videos, publications, and other materials. We all need to get stock images or artwork to jazz things up and vary what people are seeing. Sometimes, you need to hunt for just the right image [more]

This brochure was created for the Episcopal Center for Children to help explain the nonprofit organization’s services and programs for children coping with emotional challenges.

The brochure is used to market the Center’s programs to a variety of audiences, including parents, placing school district officials, [more]

Infographic: Eat Well, Spend Less

Monday, October 10, 2016

Helping people eat well and spend less is the point of this infographic, which is structured like a board game. It was created on behalf of the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). The infographic was created for distribution in February 2016 for National Nutrition Month by a group of organizations participating in a federal [more]

Infographic: Just Veggin’

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Eating more fruits and vegetables is better for teen health. This infographic illustrates how to add fruits and veggies to a few favorites – hamburgers, pizza and tacos. The infographic was created for the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) as part of a nationwide grant to prevent chronic disease, and was distributed [more]

Infographics have been the rage for a few years, and we have shepherded clients through the process of creating and distributing infographics. But what does it really take to make a great infographic that resonates with the people you want to talk to?

Tip #1: Story is paramount. Infographics are great for telling stories and illustrating [more]

The Efficient Products Warehouse website is designed to sell products to a targeted niche audience that tends to buy in quantity. The interface values business first, helping customers make purchases quickly, with less emphasis having to be placed on explaining the products or their worth.

For the design, we used business like typography [more]

The printed 24-page annual report for the National Veterans Legal Services Program (NVLSP) provides an overview of a nonprofit organization’s accomplishments and finances in a year.

The presentation has a linear flow to it and the design is inviting. We utilized imagery and messaging that leads the viewer to want to turn the pages [more]

When the University of Florida’s program in agricultural safety needed help designing a curriculum and training materials for a public safety program, it turned to Steppingstone LLC for help.

Researchers and educators knew that people were more likely to leave flood-prone and dangerous areas when advised to evacuate during [more]

Situation: In early 2005, the 4-H Cooperative Curriculum System was facing a crisis. A design team had fallen more than a year behind schedule, and they now needed to produce a new service learning curriculum for teens in only five months. Orders for the finished books were already in-hand from all over the country, and there were no other [more]

Situation: In 2003, the 4-H Cooperative Curriculum System was facing a crisis. A curriculum design team had fallen more than a year behind schedule after a key leader was no longer able to lead the project. The 4-H horse education series was woefully out of date, and facing a sunset deadline on its endorsements and certifications that [more]

Great design can draw attention to a cause or nonprofit. AIGA, the professional assocation for design, is hosting “One Day for Design” today and you can participate from anywhere in the world! Designers and design enthusiasts will come together for “One Day,” 24 hours of open, real-time conversation about the future [more]

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