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2019 UJA Annual Report

UJA Federation

With a focus on the power individuals have to make change, the UJA 2019 Annual Report design take on a bold new look. Highlighting personal stories to carry the message, you can have an impact on your community,  the report pushes the brand guidelines once again for a vibrant, engaging report to showcase the the UJA mission, recap accomplishments, and inspire involvement for the next year.

Intimate size designed to fit standard mailing envelope sizes. Printed by J.S. McCarthy, Maine.

Are You In?


The UJA 2019 Annual Report outlines their focus from the previous year and lays out their vision and goals for the future year. The report reflects on UJA accomplishments from responses to major local and global developments to events. The communication team is strategizing ways to continually engage a younger donor base to become part of the great work at UJA. Leveraging the brand guidelines, Stislow Design pushed the envelope to reinvigorate this critical development communication piece for a more energetic and youthful piece.

Nothing like ink on paper. The bright colors sing on a gloss coated stock with reader friendly overall dull aqueous coating. The interior short trimmed pages reveal the IN on the inside cover interacting with each page opened completing the key word and supporting the “Are You In?” concept.

Expertly printed at JS McCarthy, Maine

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Otsego Land Trust


An OS CMS frameworks is leveraged to provide Otsego Land Trust an invaluable communication 
tool to reach its stakeholders of policy-makers, donors, land-owners, and supporters and provide up-to-the-minute news, land conversation resources, context, and a way to stay connected. The design added a richness to the new brand and helped to further develop their look-and-feel.

Donor Journals



Audubon wanted to re-develop their quarterly Journal, a donor give-away piece, to be more ecological and better reflect their mission. In collaboration with Blue Inc. we developed a three book volume of 2-color saddled-stitched pieces using a family of colored recycled papers, soy-based inks and minimized print runs. audubon_pr3audubon audubon3 audubon_pr4

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