CC:S will discuss designing for the greater good and how the studio works with leading nonprofit organizations to help them create awareness, reach donors, and impact social change through print and online media. Using three prominent clients as case studies, the studio will discuss how it approaches the challenges many nonprofits face today and how creativity was incorporated when faced with limitations. These clients are the ACLU, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and the Tenement Museum.
Carrie Chatterson Studio (CC:S) is a boutique graphic design agency founded by Carrie Chatterson in 2005. In 2014, CC:S relocated from New York City to the historic Shady Lea Mill in North Kingstown, RI.
CC:S creates designs that matter—message-driven, strategic, and highly visual—to help freshen and strengthen brands for nonprofit organizations and socially responsible businesses. From concept to completion, we work with our clients to deliver solutions that engage, inform, and inspire their audiences across all mediums. Our firm’s success relies on talented, scalable teams comprised of expert designers, strategists, production artists, photographers, illustrators, developers, and printers.
Selected clients include: ACLU, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, City University of New York, Hoboken Historical Museum, National Urban League, New York Institute of Technology, Newport Restoration Foundation, Oscar Heyman, Public Agenda, Samsung SDSA, Parrish Museum of Art, Tenement Museum, United Nations Foundation: “Every Woman. Every Child,” and United Way.
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