Category Archives: Portfolio

Child Aid works in a crowded marketplace of groups seeking to make the world better through education. They have good reasons for working in Guatemala, but getting a donor in the US to care about people so far away—especially when things at home are dicey enough—is hard. To complicate things, Child Aid’s program evolved in […]

With a newly formed Tourism Improvement District looking to increase the number of hotel guests in Pleasant Hill accommodations, HUB got to work crafting a strategic marketing plan to achieve just that. After touring the town, listening to stakeholders, and researching the area, we presented a main conclusion about Pleasant Hill: it’s not a tourist […]

Solution: Informed by the specific audience attributes and needs we developed a pure, and elevated brand that’s also understated. Wild Owl is the result of hard-earned coffee wisdom that only comes from years of experience. Handcrafted by artisan roast masters in a LEED® Silver certified plant, Wild Owl combines sustainable practices with exceptional quality to […]

Solution: Our logo and layout exploration launched directly from the definition and concept of being an advocate. To publicly support or recommend a particular cause or policy. To advocate is a positive and uplifting expression. It’s about standing up and saying something. The new Advocate logo and magazine design express this mentality through subtle integration […]

Solution: HUB audited and refresh key materials to create a thoughtful line of modern, premium publications, as well as a few new pieces. Our approach stemmed from the concept of rigorous balance, a yin and yang creating a balanced and editorial look-and-feel. This theme shares photo-heavy spreads balancing with more traditional text-heavy editorial-style text pages. […]


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The Historic Black Williams Project acknowledges the complex and changing history of Williams Avenue and honors the role Portland’s Black community has played in this history. Home to Portland’s largest Black community for most of the 20th century, Williams Avenue included a concentration of thriving and active community institutions. Only a handful of these still […]