The Fall 2017 issue of Carey Business considers the effects of two recent crises — the 2015-16 Zika virus epidemic and the 2017 hurricane season — and the lessons we might learn from them. Researchers at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School are involved in determining economic impacts and suggesting potential steps to temper the impact of these serious calamities. Zika illustrations by Andrea Ucini.
On December 1st, 2017 we’ll be moving to:
20 East Susquehanna Ave.
Towson, MD 21286
Please update your address book and be on the lookout for an open house invite in January.
Confucius appears on the Fall 2017 cover of The College, the alumni magazine of St. John’s College, to highlight the 50th anniversary of their Graduate Institute and its Eastern Classics program. Like the “great books” in the St. John’s undergraduate program, eastern authors provide “a way of seeing how the human mind responds to universal problems and universal questions.” Illustration by Harriet Lee-Merrion.
We’re excited to announce that we’ll be moving the office into a new studio space in 2018. Be sure to check back in the coming months as construction comes to completion this December!
Claude was a guest contributor to the recent issue of Pages magazine, published by Lane Press. You can read his article, “Words & Pictures,” discussing best practices in magazine design here. Topics include using white space, creating contrast, transitioning to digital, designing engaging covers and much more.
If you'd like a copy of the magazine, let us know. We would be happy to send you one!
The Fall 2017 issue of Changing Business, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s research journal, leads with a story about how organizations handle adversity. Parallels are drawn between backwoods team expeditions and corporate team management. In both instances, success comes when no team member is left behind. Other features include a link between congestion tax and improved respiratory health among children, the domino effect regulations can have on neighboring industries, and the need for improved business training for med students. Illustrations in this issue are by Mike McQuade.
The University of Maryland’s School of Nursing magazine focuses on people – those they educate and those they help. We gave the publication a modern, humanistic look that accurately represents today’s nurses in the field, with an eye toward an open, accessible content structure and layout.
We recently designed a modular case statement for WGBH, the public television and radio station in Boston, in collaboration with Robert Gray Writing and Editing. The case statement included an overview booklet, six supporting booklets, and campaign letterhead. A campaign pocket folder completed the system, allowing WGBH to deliver a customized case statement to prospective donors.