A number of my clients communicate one-on-one with their customers and need a way to advertise that is immediate and dynamic. Hitchcock Design designed a 4-color, 9" x 6" postcard for Driving Digest to be used as a hand out at various events as a way to promote the magazine and attract new subscribers.
Hitchcock Design is always looking for novel ways to help a client maximize their advertising dollars. Long-time friend/client and exceptionally talented photographer, Anne T. Converse, took quickly to the idea of using her business card to its fullest potential. Each panel of the card displays one of her four subject areas and gives her the opportunity to display her expertise in a uniquely visual way!
Hitchcock Design developed a neat little product brochure for EHI. This 4-panel, accordion fold brochure folds down to a 4" x 4" handout and is distributed in tack stores and at horse shows to promote EHI's line of natural healthcare products.
The owners of the Thomas Walton Manor wanted a way to advertise with print offered some 'bang for the buck' and liked the idea of a rack card for use in high traffic areas. The card offers a cost effective way to promote their elegant B & B as the perfect venue for weddings, parties, corporate functions and other events.
Hitchcock Design picked up the 'flavor' of the new web site for Knollwood House and brought it into their print materials. A full page ad was developed for the 2007 U.S. Women's Open program as well as a Rack Card for general distribution at the Visitors and Convention Bureau.
Hitchcock Design developed a brochure as well as a logo, stationery and business cards to promote Advanced Behavioral Health, offering integrative therapies for children and adults. The holistic nature of the practice is portrayed with simple graphics and colors that connote healing.
West Coast Equine Sports Therapy added another jewel to their advertising crown with a rack card created by Hitchcock Design for inclusion in their print campaign. The piece will be used as a handout at different equine events they attend and also as a 'leave behind' at key locations to promote their business.
Hitchcock Design created a 4-color, 4" x 6" postcard, printed both sides, to help promote the Hassinger brand and services. These were used as handouts at various horse shows and other venues throughout the country in an effort to spread the word and attract new clients.