Need a brochure? A stylish new web site? We've got you covered. We design for both print and web, and we know what works in each. From logo design, stationery and brochures to newsletters, reports and web sites, our design team will make you look good.
Writer's block? We can help. We'll help you define your objectives, identify your audiences and develop key messages. Then we'll review your work or write it for you. From simple brochures to annual reports, we produce copy that is polished, professional and persuasive.
Need a plan? Call on us for ongoing consulting and strategic planning. We'll develop a communication plan that supports your goals. As part of your marketing team, we'll help you develop a consistent, professional image, so all your publications produce results.
Desktop Creations was called in to assist in the start-up period for this online bookseller. We helped develop key messages, taglines and this logo, which we then applied to a wide range of collateral, from stationery to gift cards.
Desktop Creations was called in to write and design this new service brochure for Benevia, a consultation and concierge service designed to help people in transition, from one home to another, or from one phase of life to another. Benevia has a particular expertise working with seniors but wanted to expand its target audience.
Project Access Northwest is a non-profit organization that helps low-income and uninsured patients gain access to specialty care by coordinating the efforts of volunteer providers through innovative case manangement. KCPA was poised for growth in 2009, but its logo was dated and the collateral materials lacked polish. Desktop Creations developed this new logo to convey how KCPA opens doors for those in need of care. We have also developed strong collateral materials, including brochures, annual reports and the web site.
When Billings Middle School was ready to upgrade its image and replace its outdated view book, we were called in first for design and then also for copy writing. Through a series of meetings and in-depth interviews, we developed the content and dynamic design to reflect the philosophy of the school and appeal to prospective students and their families.
To expand the impact of its new logo, King County Project Access called on Desktop Creations to create a family of complementary publications, from the newsletter and annual report pictured here, to brochures, annual appeals and more.
Desktop Creations worked closely with David Nelson Associates over a period of months to develop this new logo identity, tagline, and collateral materials.
Emerald Heights had a challenge. How could it convey all the services and benefits it offers, distinguish itself from other communities in the area, and inspire seniors to make this important move? Desktop Creations wrote and designed this 12-page brochure, which serves as the cornerstone of an ongoing, multi-faceted marketing campaign.
We developed the name and logo for this elementary school auction, which will be held in the spring and have a "Sound of Music" theme.
Project Access Northwest needed a web site that could deliver important information to each of its key audiences: Volunteer Physicians, Patients, Community Partners and Donors. This vibrant, interactive site helps tell the Project Access Northwest story.
Julie Mellen wanted a web site that reflected her unique style and approach to her work. This simple site integrates some artistic elements that capture her approach.
Desktop Creations collaborated with Bonnie Blanchard to develop the content for this information-packed site. As an author, speaker, flute teacher and performing musician, Bonnie Blanchard has a lot to say to a variety of audiences. This site contains section for each of her specialties. A monthly newsletter helps drive traffic to her site.
Desktop Creations developed this web site and kept it updated with new publications, resident stories and a resident-written blog. We helped drive traffic to this site through a monthly e-newsletter.
“Kim is an outstanding writer and graphic designer and a delightful colleague through thick and thin. She has high standards for herself and others. Clients take pride in the finished products she produces for them because they are strategic, creative and beautiful.”
“Kim is a resourceful, strategic designer and copy writer with her eye always on the results and how to get there.”
“Kimberley redesigned our publication at UW's training and development operation. We needed a fabulous InDesign format that would serve as template for further editions we'd produce. Her results exceeded our expectations and she shared wonderful tips that helped us immensely.”
Kim Lambert is a graphic designer and communications consultant with more than 25 years of experience in public relations and marketing. She specializes in the writing and design of effective newsletters, brochures and other printed materials. She holds a bachelor's degree in editorial journalism and a certificate in public relations.