LCWR was ready to move from the static HTML site that had been developed in-house to something that was easier to navigate and manage, with a focus on conveying a beautiful, professional, and vibrant mood. We kept some aspects from the original design for consistency of identity (such as the color scheme) and updated and revised the structure and design.
Living Peace is the new biannual publication of the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace. We worked closely with their team as we designed this 16-page magazine to craft the right visual tone to match the content. The themes of the first two editions are "A Spirituality of Peace Through Justice" and "Growing in Nonviolence". You can learn more, browse the magazines online, or download PDFs on their site.
The good folks at the North American Center for Marianist Studies (NACMS) contacted us to ask for advice and help as they considered redesigning their website. The site was an extensive collection of static HTML pages and they were contemplating how best to convert this into a more manageable and user-friendly form.
The static HTML site we had helped the Sisters of the Sacred Heart build years earlier had grown to such a point that we began looking for an easier way to manage the content. The site is largely translated into three languages (French, Spanish, and English) and so each update was requiring much more effort than was necessary.
Size: 8.5x11 – normally 12-16 pages
Printing: 2 PMS – District Creative