From websites and logo design to annual reports, brochures, ads and digital media, we're honored to be the creative agency for a variety of companies, nonprofits and associations.
To regularly connect with its target audience, the heavy lifting experts at Engineered Rigging requested a monthly newsletter. In addition to developing the name and masthead, Mosaic writes the monthly articles, designs the newsletter and manages the distribution of each issue.
Mosaic Marketing developed a campaign and branding to recognize a trade association’s member companies for their outreach to local communities during the initial months of the pandemic.
In 2022, ACA Connects created a program to highlight its members’ corporate social responsibility efforts. Mosaic Marketing developed the brand name and this uplifting logo which reflects the companies supporting the people in their communities.
As C2HR, a professional human resources association, expands its curriculum, the org wanted to create a brand for its webinar series. The vibrant purple and pink hues complement the nonprofit's logo.
In addition to developing a press release and articles to highlight the findings of C2HR’s Annual Salary Surveys, Mosaic creates graphs and diagrams to make the technical data easier to digest. View the full report.
In keeping with the bright color palette of the HR association’s umbrella branding, we developed a striking logo for the org’s human resources awards program.
During spring of 2020, widespread lockdowns led many companies to implement work from home strategies on the fly. As employers grappled with how to safely bring people back to the office, C2HR, a human resources association, developed a webinar series focused on the topic. Mosaic designed the branding, email campaign and social media content to drive participation.
In 2021, as the impact of the pandemic dragged on, an increasing number of employees faced burnout. Mosaic developed a webinar series and resources focused on wellness for the C2HR association. We also designed the branding that was used to promote the month-long programming.
In celebration of its 65th anniversary, our local United Way wanted to expand its annual Day of Caring. We developed an ad and social media graphics that the organization could use to promote the initiative.
To build the LinkedIn following of an engineering firm, we developed the fun-loving Summer Sipping campaign. Each week, one new follower received a prize package that included an RTIC insulated tumbler, reusable red Solo cup, bottle opener & more. Once they hit 1000 followers, a grand prize winner received a specialty cooler.
A curated collection of 750+ HR articles needed a name and branding. The HR Knowledge Center was born! In addition to designing the branding, Mosaic identifies new articles to add each month. Explore the resource at https://c2hr.org/knowledge-center/
For 17 consecutive years, Mosaic developed the theme and branding for a telecom trade association, ACA Connects. We loved the future-forward theme for 2020: Focus on the Future.
When this engineering firm launched in 2017, they had a website with a handful of pages. As the startup evolved, Mosaic continued to develop new content to showcase its innovative projects around the globe and growing fleet of heavy lifting equipment. Visit the site at www.engineeredrigging.com.
Annually, Mosaic creates a standalone site for an HR association's signature event. The easy to navigate site promotes attendee registration as well as sponsorships.
A female entrepreneur wanted to share her love of wine in a blog. She requested a name and logo that reflected her passion, but it had to be approachable, merchandise-friendly and stripped of the pretense that is often associated with wine. Boozy not bougie!
When your organization is 104 years old, you’ve got a lot of history! Over time, the group’s annual report had become a bit stale. For 2020, we infused photography and developed content to reflect the unique dynamics of a year impacted by the pandemic.
A startup health insurance brokerage firm knew its logo would often be combined with a major insurer’s logo. That concern required a relatively simple design so when the two logos were used collectively, the combined image would not be too busy.