Annual Report Design & Layout

Annual Report 2010/11 – Pearson
College by the Numbers

Annual Report Design

PEARSON COLLEGE UWC

The schools I went to never were anything special – neither when it came to location, nor in regards to their philosophy. It’s a totally different game for the kids who come from all over the world to do their International Baccalaureate at Pearson College UWC. The school is located on wild Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and while the kids study hard to learn how to make the world a better place, I bet they are having a pretty awesome time.

 

Combo Creative and I gave their identity a make-over, focusing on capturing the spirit of the school and its people, while carefully tiptoeing around UWC’s corporate guidlines.

Business Card Design

Business card design.

Student Recruitment Piece Design

The student recruitment piece, a
fold-out poster brochure.

We believe that education is a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future. Our education is transformational. There’s only one way to get here – by scholarship.

Pearson College Positioning

Direct Mail Design

The school’s newsletter
arrives via direct mail.

Pearson College Brochure

Brochure design.

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I did

Concept, Art Direction, Production

 

Collaborators

Strategy + Copy Writing: Su T Fitterman, Combo Creative

Production: Jenifer Bulcock

Photography: Darrell Lecorre

 

Project Fonts

Project Fonts

Belizio + Bliss

Pearson College Homepage Design

Black & white photographs of the
college’s stunning surroundings
provide the backdrop for its new
website design.

Pearson College Alumni Quotes

Pearson College Website Design

“I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with Christina on a handful of projects over the last few years and not only is she talented and professional and a big fan of lens flare, she is, most importantly, a lot of fun and a joy to be around. I wish her all the success in her new location of Copenhagen. Ok that’s not entirely true…I’d actually like her to move back to Vancouver, but if that’s not going to happen then I wish her all the best and great success in her new city.”

Darrell Lecorre, Photographer and
Filmmaker