BENEFIT GUIDEWEB & VIDEO BANNERSCHARTS/ICONSANUAL REPORTBOSTON MARATHONMOBILE & WEBSITE DESIGNE-MAIL BLASTMARKETING CAMPAI...
John HancockBENEFIT GUIDEColor coded for quick reference©Jan Streitburger 2013
©Jan Streitburger 2013John HancockManulifePfizerNEOBWEB & VIDEOBANNERSintranet1234
©Jan Streitburger 2013CHARTSICONSdo experiencesp h y s i c a lv i r t u a lMentorship ProgramsTown Hall MeetingsOne-on-one...
©Jan Streitburger 2013Concord ConsortiumANNUAL REPORTMission and VisionThe time is now for educational technology, and we’...
2010 BOSTON MARATHON ®John HancockBOSTON MARATHONBoston Marathon AdBumper sticker2009 Volunteer t-shirt2010 Team Hoyt sign...
High Street FarmhouseWEBSITEMOBILE SITElogo©Jan Streitburger 2013
Wealth ManagementE-MAIL LUXURY EVENTE-mail blast header & footerfeaturing the 7 ports of call2 design options©Jan Streitbu...
Hewlett-PackardMARKETING CAMPAIGNUsing a fictitious client todemonstrate the HP IndigoPrinter’s high-end use ofvariable da...
Sycamore NetworksPOSTERSFor an employeereferral program©Jan Streitburger 2013
CereonTRADE SHOW BANNERSIllustration & designState-of-the-Art Technology Transforming Agriculture Leading Scientistswww.ce...
©Jan Streitburger 2013Center for Family HomelessnessFUND RAISING COLLATERALFolder16 page BrochureTrifold
©Jan Streitburger 2013Navigant & SDGTWO COMPANY MERGERBasic Concept:promote drug to market24 page brochure with half page ...
©Jan Streitburger 201326HP trade show toolkit5.1 Putting it all together overviewPutting it all togetherPre-event On-site ...
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  1. 1. BENEFIT GUIDEWEB & VIDEO BANNERSCHARTS/ICONSANUAL REPORTBOSTON MARATHONMOBILE & WEBSITE DESIGNE-MAIL BLASTMARKETING CAMPAIGNPOSTERSFUND RAISING COLLATERALTRADE SHOW BANNERSTWO COMPANY MERGERTRADE SHOW GUIDELOGOS
  2. 2. John HancockBENEFIT GUIDEColor coded for quick reference©Jan Streitburger 2013
  3. 3. ©Jan Streitburger 2013John HancockManulifePfizerNEOBWEB & VIDEOBANNERSintranet1234
  4. 4. ©Jan Streitburger 2013CHARTSICONSdo experiencesp h y s i c a lv i r t u a lMentorship ProgramsTown Hall MeetingsOne-on-one dialogue—the“words”Headlines & HerosIntranet/ Internet“Credo Moments”/Helpful HintsNot Your Typical DayColleague Assist Line (C.A.L.)E. Recognition playful use of words to create one-on-one dialogueIdea Lab“Credo Moments”Desk CalendarBranchesHQ Lobby EnvironmentNot your typical dayHoliday Card from Larry Firshafrica américacentral caribbean© Jan Streitburger 2010MONITOREVALUATEESCALATETREND∫
  5. 5. ©Jan Streitburger 2013Concord ConsortiumANNUAL REPORTMission and VisionThe time is now for educational technology, and we’re focused onensuring a deeply digital future—one in which technology is used toits fullest to raise STEM education to new heights. Through innovativedevelopment, strong research and extensive partnerships, we worktirelessly toward our mission of igniting large-scale improvements inSTEM teaching and learning through technology.President’s MessageThere has never been a more important time to focus on science,technology, engineering and math education. We face a loomingshortage of skilled STEM workers, a general crisis in STEM literacy andsome of humankind’s most pressing challenges. But opportunity beckons.With today’s revolutions in science, engineering and technology, thepossibilities for transforming education have never been greater.At the Concord Consortium, we’re dedicated to transforming STEMeducation through technology. In fact, it’s been our work for close totwo decades. We focus on discovering, developing and disseminatinginnovative technology for a new generation of STEM-literate learners,workers and citizens. We create powerful educational tools such as modelsand probes, innovative assessments and technology-based curricula.Our legacy and background are strong. We developed the nation’s firstonline high school and birthed a $100M industry in educational probesand sensors. We continue to create innovative approaches across STEMlearning, from molecular interactions to engineering solar houses tograph literacy. And we build on over $70M of past and current NationalScience Foundation funding, $2.5M in charitable giving from Google,and collaborations with institutions such as Harvard, Berkeley, MIT’s edX,National Geographic, the New York Hall of Science and many more.We’re creating a brighter STEM future through revolutionary digitallearning. We invite you to join our revolution.Chad DorseyThe Concord Consortium is a nonprofit R&D organization inConcord, MA, dedicated to transforming education through technology.We are a group of expert scientists, educators, researchersand technology developers who work in creative collaborationto build innovative educational software and materials, research theireffectiveness and share the products and findings worldwide.Our deeply digital tools and learning activities capture thepower of curiosity and create revolutionary new approaches toscience, math and engineering education that bring outthe inner scientist in everyone. Since 1994, we have been pioneersin probeware, models and simulations, data collection with mobilecomputing, online assessment and teacher professional development,and the nation’s first online high school.“Simulations really make the content come alive and become interactive.As an educator I am so thankful that a nonprofit like the ConcordConsortium is producing such high-quality—free!—resources!”—Ryan Whetstone, high school teacher“My colleagues and I find your website to be an invaluable resource forour classes!”— Elizabeth Middleton, science instructorIncome Statement 2012 2011Revenue (including change intemporarily restricted funds)$5,665,154 $5,949,581ExpensesSalaries and Benefits $3,341,052 $3,372,585Subcontractors and Consultants $1,418,752 $1,636,368Technology and Occupancy $484,373 $496,296Travel, Supplies and Other $383,350 $385,152Total Expenses $5,627,527 $5,890,401Increase in Unrestricted Net Assets $37,627 $59,180Balance SheetAssetsCurrent Assets $2,251,864 $3,060,300Other Assets $36,365 $31,149Property and Equipment $33,061 $59,174Total Assets $2,321,290 $3,150,623LiabilitiesCurrent Liabilities $357,393 $294,170Net Assets $1,963,897 $ 2,856,453Total Liabilities and Net Assets $2,321,290 $ 3,150,623The Concord Consortium is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.Independent auditors: Alexander, Aronson, Finning & Co., P.C.To receive a copy of the audit report, please send a request to info@concord.orgFinancial StatementFiscal year ended September 30, 2012 and 2011FISCAL YEARANNUALREVENUEThink. Our innovation lab is where ideas are conceived and dissected. Ourcreative and software geniuses scan the horizons for promising developments anddesign groundbreaking prototypes. We hypothesize and synthesize to develop newmaterials and methodologies for teaching and learning.Build. Our R&D division is a practical workshop where innovative ideas becomereality. Abstract concepts take shape and substance and prototypes evolve into testedtechnology and open source software. We conduct research in diverse schools todocument best practices and measure success.Share. When technologies and curricula have been thoroughly researched, they areready for wide dissemination, free of charge. Our software has been downloaded byover a million users in all 50 states and around the world.Non-federalFederalGrade Level by FundsGrade SchoolMiddle SchoolHigh SchoolHigher EducationSubjects by FundsPhysicsBiologyChemistryEarth ScienceMathEngineeringFunding Sources’08 ’09 ’10 ’11 ’12$1M$2M$3M$4M$5M$6M0ContactLearn more about ourinnovations at concord.org25 Love LaneConcord, MA 01742978-405-3200info@concord.orgRevolutionarydigital learningfor science, mathand engineeringBoard of DirectorsLauren Walters, ChairRichard AbramsKate ByrneGoery DelacoteDiederich FramheinMargaret HoneyHolly JobeChris RogersDavid H. RoseGreg SegalLev A. SviridovRobert TinkerGreg Gunn, EmeritusPenny Noyce, EmeritusLarry Rosenstock, EmeritusCollaborators ContactLearn more about ourinnovations at concord.org25 Love LaneConcord, MA 01742978-405-3200info@concord.orgRevolutionarydigital learningfor science, mathand engineering
  6. 6. 2010 BOSTON MARATHON ®John HancockBOSTON MARATHONBoston Marathon AdBumper sticker2009 Volunteer t-shirt2010 Team Hoyt signature cardWinner folder, magnet2008 BM Style Guide©Jan Streitburger 2013
  7. 7. High Street FarmhouseWEBSITEMOBILE SITElogo©Jan Streitburger 2013
  8. 8. Wealth ManagementE-MAIL LUXURY EVENTE-mail blast header & footerfeaturing the 7 ports of call2 design options©Jan Streitburger 2013
  9. 9. Hewlett-PackardMARKETING CAMPAIGNUsing a fictitious client todemonstrate the HP IndigoPrinter’s high-end use ofvariable data in charts,photos & contentExtensive color study(from Indigo draw downs)©Jan Streitburger 2013University is hard enough.Manage your student loanswith Jensen Bank.Find your passion.Embrace your education.Dear <first name>,With your <son or daughter> soon to graduatefrom high school, University can’t be far fromyour mind.Visit Jensen Bank to simplify student loans.Warm regards,<Region_Mgr>Senior Vice President, <Region>Working to ensure your child can attend thecollege or university of their choice is everyparent’s goal.Whether you need financial advising or a toolto explore your options, Jensen Bank makesit simple.· Undergraduate loans· Graduate loans· Medical School loans· Law School loans· Financial Planning· Federal Program information centerWhat’s your advice to thenext generation?University is hard enough.Manage your student loanswith Jensen Bank.Find your passion.Embrace your education.Dear <first name>,With your <son or daughter> soon to graduatefrom high school, University can’t be far fromyour mind.Visit Jensen Bank to simplify student loans.Warm regards,<Region_Mgr>Senior Vice President, <Region>Working to ensure your child can attend thecollege or university of their choice is everyparent’s goal.Whether you need financial advising or a toolto explore your options, Jensen Bank makesit simple.· Undergraduate loans· Graduate loans· Medical School loans· Law School loans· Financial Planning· Federal Program information centerWhat’s your advice to thenext generation?Retirement doesn’t have to beboring. Work with Jensen Bankto plan ahead.Who’s growing up?Dear <Mr. Ms. Mrs.> <last name>,Retirement should be whatever you wantit to be.Visit Jensen Bank to explore your retirement needs.Warm regards,Richard KatzenSenior Vice President, Mid-West RegionWhat do you want to bewhen you grow up?Retirement planning need not cause a headache.Work with Jensen Bank to outline a retirementplan, and put it in action.Whether you are approaching retirement or justentering the workforce, Jensen Bank can simplifythe process.· 401(k) and IRAs· Financial Planning· Investment strategies· Estate and Tax planningRetirement doesn’t have to beboring. Work with Jensen Bankto plan ahead.Who’s growing up?Dear <Mr. Ms. Mrs.> <last name>,Retirement should be whatever you wantit to be.Visit Jensen Bank to explore your retirement needs.Warm regards,Richard KatzenSenior Vice President, Mid-West RegionWhat do you want to bewhen you grow up?Retirement planning need not cause a headache.Work with Jensen Bank to outline a retirementplan, and put it in action.Whether you are approaching retirement or justentering the workforce, Jensen Bank can simplifythe process.· 401(k) and IRAs· Financial Planning· Investment strategies· Estate and Tax planning
  10. 10. Sycamore NetworksPOSTERSFor an employeereferral program©Jan Streitburger 2013
  11. 11. CereonTRADE SHOW BANNERSIllustration & designState-of-the-Art Technology Transforming Agriculture Leading Scientistswww.cereon.comwww.cereon.comwww.cereon.comGREEN Match PMS 349 BLUE Match PMS 294 Gold Match PMS 117transformingagriculturetomeet the worlds food needstransforming agriculture to meet the worlds foodneedstransformingagriculturetomeettheworldsfoodneedstransformingagriculturetomeet the worlds food needse-of-the-Art Technology Transforming Agrictransformingagriculturetomeet the worlds food needstransformingagriculturetomeetthewoArt Technology Transforming Agriculture Leading Scientistet the worlds food needstransforming agriculture to meet the worldtransformingagriculturetomeettheworldsfoodneedsGREEN Match PMS 349 BLUE Match PMS 294 Gold Match PMS 117©Jan Streitburger 2013State-of-the-Art Technology Transforming Agriculture Leading Scientistswww.cereon.comwww.cereon.comwww.cereon.comGREEN Match PMS 349 BLUE Match PMS 294 Gold Match PMS 117transformingagriculturetomeet the worlds food needstransforming agriculture to meet the worlds foodneedstransformingagriculturetomeettheworldsfoodneedsGREEN Match PMS 349 BLUE Match PMS 294 Gold Match PMS 117
  12. 12. ©Jan Streitburger 2013Center for Family HomelessnessFUND RAISING COLLATERALFolder16 page BrochureTrifold
  13. 13. ©Jan Streitburger 2013Navigant & SDGTWO COMPANY MERGERBasic Concept:promote drug to market24 page brochure with half page dividers
  14. 14. ©Jan Streitburger 201326HP trade show toolkit5.1 Putting it all together overviewPutting it all togetherPre-event On-site Environment-related Post-eventSignage/display (corporateidentity, directional, theme, solution,product, service, partner)Lead generation deliverables(print, kiosk, other electronic)Product, service and solutionprint collateral materialsPromotional give-away itemsMultimedia presentations (live,videos, demos, PowerPoint, etc.)Employee and partnerstaff attirePre-event/registrationweb sitePre-event electronic deliverables(e.g., flash animations,e-mail blasts)Direct mail piecesAwareness and solutionadvertising (print, broadcast,web, non-traditional)Corporate sponsorship tie-insExecutive communicationsPress and/or welcomeprint materialsPrinted event or tradeshow guide/agendaExecutive/keynotecommunicationsSite advertisingPromotional bannersand signageDirectionalsignagePhysicalenvironmentdesign andmessagingEvent sponsorship opportunities(e.g., badging, print, electronic,service-related)Partner presence (e.g.,co-sponsorships, partner pavilions)Audience/lead reportingand analysisPost-eventWeb siteFollow-upcommunications(print and electronic)HP trade show toolkitFebruary 2007Hewlett-PackardTRADE SHOW GUIDECover & chartIcons & infographicSection dividers25HP trade show toolkitThis toolkit has walked through ahigh-level view of trade shows at HP.Beginning with the importance of tradeshows to HP, the Strategic PlanningModel and Global PerformanceMeasurement Program, and addressedfloor area requirements, resources andbudgeting, and online sources of bestpractices, templates and guidebooks.The final page of this toolkit pulls it alltogether into an image of a singlelarge exhibit—one that shows justhow multi-layered and extensive andeffectively planned and efficientlyexecuted a trade show exhibit can get.5.0 Putting it all together19HP trade show toolkit3.0 Brand standards for trade showsThe One Voice 2 brand standards,templates and tools for trade showsare all available online. Use theresources in this section and theWeb-based training modules onthe Global Event Marketing portal(www.hp.com/go/GEM) tofamiliarize yourself with the standardsfor creating consistency, clarity andcoherence in your communicationsacross a wide range of trade shows.The tools, templates and standardson these sites are continually updatedto include the latest information,education and guidelines.1HP trade show toolkitContents1.0 Overview 22.0 Exhibit execution hierarchy and implementation 73.0 Brand standards for trade shows 194.0 Budget and implementation checklists 215.0 Putting it all together 25
  15. 15. LOGOSthetraveling cfo©Jan Streitburger 2013

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