Kearns Design Group          visual communications                4106 West Cornelia                Chicago, Illinois 6064...
Kearns Design Group                                                                              visual communicationsE S ...
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Kearns Design, creative design & branding services, click to view
Kearns Design, creative design & branding services, click to view
Kearns Design, creative design & branding services, click to view
Kearns Design, creative design & branding services, click to view
Kearns Design, creative design & branding services, click to view
Kearns Design, creative design & branding services, click to view
Kearns Design, creative design & branding services, click to view
Kearns Design, creative design & branding services, click to view
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  1. 1. Kearns Design Group visual communications 4106 West Cornelia Chicago, Illinois 60641 T 773.296.9824 F 773.296.9947 kearnsdesigngroup.com
  2. 2. Kearns Design Group visual communicationsE S S E N T I A L We like what we do. The outcome of our work is all about collaborating and engaging with our clients. We work closely with our clients to create communication pieces that express their vision, mission and purpose. We strive to deliver the highest quality product and superior service on every project entrusted to us. Our vision is to partner with and meet the specific needs of each client with effective creative services using sound business judgment. We strive to help our clients succeed. Bold visions. Large purpose. We are ready for the adventure of adding value to our client’s business. © kearns design group, 2012 2
  3. 3. IDENTITY1999 3
  4. 4. IDENTITYLoveSnugLoveSnug 4
  5. 5. IDENTITY in progressTHEAGENCY Deerfield Recognition Reception 5
  6. 6. IDENTITY & BRANDING Created 1999 C3 SM CHICAGO CREATIVE COALITION Connecting Small Creative Businesses in a Big Way Updated 2006P.O. Box 578477 Chicago, Illinois 60657-8477 6
  7. 7. IDENTITY & BRANDING sdc SOLUTIONS for DEVELOPMENT & CONSTRUCTION sdc Matt Lenzini Principal 1819 W. Grand Ave. | Suite 200 SOLUTIONS for Chicago, Illinois 60622 DEVELOPMENT & CONSTRUCTION 312.376.3535 | 773.266.8061 cell Matt@sdc-chicago.com SDC-CHICAGO.COM 1819 W. Grand Ave. | Suite 200 Chicago, Illinois 606221819 W. Grand Ave. | Suite 200 | Chicago, Illinois 60622 | 312.376.3535 SDC-CHICAGO.COM 7
  8. 8. CORPORATE COMMUNICATION m a in t a in in gensuring Momentum Flexibility JDA is committed to on-going customer support – providing tactical solutions to get your company to the next level. We work with you to enhance the functionality of your system by providing information and support on new products and features. t Maintaining a technology momentum helps you run your business in a cost effective way. Keeping updated on your established systems and software ensures that you are getting maximum value, features and flexibility for your technology investment. t That is why we dont want you to miss this opportunity to learn about the innovative upgrades to Exact® software, as well as information about Macola ES and e-Synergy at a one day seminar sponsored by Exact®. t Trained professionals will guide you through the new features and answer questions about specific functions. This free upgrade has many new enhancements and is vastly different from the current running software. t Maintain momentum, ensure flexibility, reserve today. JAS ON DA E & ASSOC IATES, Inc. Exact® Software service support provided by: JDA JASON DAE & ASSOCIATES, Inc. Committed to on-g oing customer supp ort INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION & SUPPORT 8
  9. 9. INTEGRATED COMMUNICATIONS print, email campaign & web T M A’ S E L E V E N T H A N N U A LNorthwest Cross-Border Conference September 9-11, 2010 M Banff, AlbertaP R E S E N T E D B Y T H E N O R T H W E S T C H A P T E R O F T M A Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel M Banff, Alberta 9
  10. 10. ceCreating the RIC ExperienThrough Exc ellent Customer Care BRAND COMMUNICATIONS Value of ServiceApply At RIC, Respect ShowsREHAB Principles and Care for Patients and Staff ers. We realize we families, and all other custom VOL. 4 • NO. 1 are here for our patients, theirMake great ssions “As RIC staff members, we needs. Therefore, we must let our actions demonstrat e mutual respect and JANUARY 2006First Impre need each other to meet their ies for each other in worki ng toward y requir e both rights and responsibilit dignity. Respect and dignit RIC in appropriate, ethica l, and legal ways.” ives for our patients and forEnhance achievement of responsible object of Conduct. Environment of Care This is RICs Primary Rule . Below are some tips to upon and caring for each other espect and dignity are dependent ctful demeanor:Practice insure maintaining a respe Excellent Communication R each other, and affec t tome r care and RIC. Mutual respect, digni the level of cus- patie nt satisf actio n at ty, ethical regard are • Focus on the situation, behavior, not the person. issue or the self-esteem of others Exercise sentiments which embo dy the RIC culture of ry Rule of Conduct. • Maintain by listening and understand ing. W A Y N E ’ S W O R L D by Wayne Lerner, DPH, FACHE, President & CEO Service Recovery air Racer Talks respect as stated in our Prima RIC Paralympic Wheelch set a personal ng have a responsibility to • Sustain constructive worki Ensure Hand Off & We all tients example of respectful to Spinal Cord Injury Pa customer care and overa conduct, important to ll patient satisfaction for relatio nships with all colleagues. • Take the initiative and respo nsibility CONTENTS I Wayne’s World Making Changes to Follow Through Other the organization. s Prepare For 2006 Games RIC Athlete “Civilization is a method of living, an attitude to make things better. • Lead by exam ple. t and I Paralympians Prepare For 2006 Games Ensure Growth • Take the time to complimen Promote of equal respect for all men,” said Jane Adams, RIC Introduces Personal Choice L I ate last year, I announced a re- not be on the cutting edge of the academic Interactions ves respect. recognize one another. Scot Hollenbeck visited the RIC Dining for Patients Positive Staff author and advocate. Every body deser mpic gold-medalist one organization of the management and clinical care advances, which have and orme r RIC patient and Paraly be easy to disregard the Paralympic games and to talk is respect demonstrated F may In conflict situations, it share his experiences actions in RIC Academy Valued Benefit team designed to allow us to focus will continue to be so important to those But what is it and how spinal cord injury unit to I own s on your le Bank Chicago Marathon. Demonstrate at work? another, but simply refocu2005 LaSal the about his preparation for Primary Rule of Conduct. A and commitment to the rtuni- for Employees on the execution of our corporate strategic we serve. Expanding our reach means plan while also continuing to emphasize more than developing new alliances or Heart & Compassion ng people with rever- of found after rehabilitati isethe fitnessation for succe ss. on and the many oppo I Budget Beat Respect is defined as treati message was theve culture strong, positi importanc shared a slideshow the Institute’s current programs. So, why potentially building on the VA property a caring attitude show- Scot’s impo with disabilities. He is s for peoplertant as the I Cornerstones ence, understanding and you give and fitnesjust as The wayin sports service change? We change because the Institute or adding more services to the flagship s; and valuingto participate ipated in Paralympic and Realize ing genuine consideration for other ties services themselves.the differ and personal anecdotes of ent athletes that partic 2004). Patient Care Research needs to continue to grow in line with our hospital. Expansion means broadening out You Choose each individual. eted in (1992, 1996, 2000, superb Mission statement and we need to expand our thinking so we stretch ourselves to be Your Attitude Olympic gameCustocomp The s he’s mer Care team appreciates the Five RIC Education & Training ensure a friendly, des on a in Torino, Italy. 2006 Advocacy & Outreach our sources of financial support far beyond the best we can be as we encourage our We are all accountable to service mpic Game Paraly each s performs and provi 8-19, of you will be held March professional work place 2006 The (Sledge Hockey); respectful, considerate, games including: Steve Cash Corporate Compliance Resource what we could accomplish if we were just a patients to do the same. A recent wonder- be participating in this year’s I Commit emphasizing the importanc e of working together es will athlet daily basis. I ey); Andy Yohe (Sledge Hockey); Sandy Duka t (Alpine Ready to Help single, free-standing hospital. And why ful example of that kind of stretch came to Make Dave Conklin (Sledge Hock ympic Academy Contest). is this important? Because if when we were awarded Someone’s Day ell (Student Winner of Paral I Philanthropy: Impressive Start to Skiing); and Erica Mitch Goal: Satisfaction present at the Paralympic 2006 Employee Giving Campaign we are not able to increase the Magnet designation rs who will be Change is difficult, but Goal: Recommend of ten student winnewith overall care How You Can Submit Patient MitchRIC rate ofchosen as one ell was 95%+ es and rating of 71%+ the Game gain inside perspective on s and what is pos- I Vocational Rehabilitation Annual our sources of revenue, we would never be able to main- it is part of a normal for the quality of nursing services we offer at RIC. games. She will meet athlet es were chosen based on an essay entry Corporate Awards Luncheon Satisfaction course of life. None of Customer Care Comm ents: tain the breadth of services Could we have been suc- sible when 97.8%have you of a disability. Student athlet Result: 77.3% Associate Board’s Bearcat Ball I Fill out a Customer Care card Result: Me. excellent rating I that make us unique and at us stand still. As cessful years ago at a dif- ed What Ability Means To and put it in the Customer Care comments box. Remains program specialist with the them patients would recommend RIC (Sept 05-Jan with these athletes at this 06) year’s Paralympic Games in Torino,” Supports RIC On the Move the same time be able to bear individuals, we grow, ferent time in our history? Kim Eberhardt, MS, ORT/L, a “RIC (Sept be well represented Wirtz Sports Program and the ever-increasing expenses evolve, develop and Maybe. But what is clear I will 05-Jan 06) I Write an email to Custom er spinal cord ) High injury unit, brought Scot Hollen beck to RIC as part said Tom Richey, athletic director of the Virginia Wadsworth e Hockey Coach. “These athletes I RIC in the News associated with operating a mature and organiza- is that every change in the Care comments (no * needed patients on the seventh floor. Fitness Center and RIC Sledg of an educational program for Helen M. Galvin Health and .” I I RIC Strategic Alliances major, academic health care tions do the same. organization has been I Call and leave a voice mail have trained hard and should enjoy this experience institution. We need to con- made with the future in message at 238-4410, the I RIC Researchers Honored tinue to subsidize critical mind. To move ahead of Customer Care Comment line. New RIC Employees I programs and services, which are desper- the pack, to lead, to investigate new ways of and All comments are reviewed rsonal Choice Dining tage of I RIC Academy Course Offerings ately needed by our patients and their delivering patient care or implementing the recognized. Managers are notified RIC Introduces PePercentage of RIC patients whoients er. Percenon with RIC patientsl care as excellent. of the positive comment would and Staff their overal who rate their sat- families, while we invest in new programs most advanced research or educational and encouraged to personally recomnce for Pat memb isfacti (like the LIFE Center and our research program requires a clear picture of where Provides Better Experieend RIC to a friend or family Inside RIC Editorial Board recognize staff members. projects), which will also serve their needs we want to go and how to get there. I and continue to reinforce our role as the particularly like the quote that has been 6 Nicholas Abruzzo pioneer in rehabilitation. attributed to Wayne Gretzky, the great ions, assemble, deliver, Manager, Corporate Communications lled Personal to obtain the menu select hockey star, when he was asked how he IC food service has insta pass and retrieve meal trays to patients, which Katie Bernard Change is difficult but it is part of a nor- R am created by was able to scores so many goals. “I skate Choice Dining, a progr level of service. At each Manager, Public Relations mal course of life. None of us stand still. es, which con- provides a continuous to where the puck will be,” he said. That Sodexho Healthcare Servic to select their next meal As individuals, we grow, evolve, develop meal, the patient is able Samantha Carlson has been the heritage of RIC; that will similar to restaurant sists of a personal host/hostess for the day. Director, Public Relations and mature and organizations do the continue to be the rationale under which ts to make their own Managing Editor same. If we stopped changing, we would style service that allows patien ved collaboration with we will operate our organization. Thank meal choices each day. This service offers impro Elizabeth Hayden jeopardize our standing as the best reha- you for your commitment to our mission with timely information nurses; aides the dietitians Vice President, Human Resources bilitation hospital in America, patients “This new system provi des a more personalized level te patients’ needs, and and for your support. I so they can accommoda Chris Wisniewski and staff (including important referrers) patients and a more while streamlining menu of customer service for RIC’s decreases duplicate trays Human Resources Representative would lose confidence in us, and we would 1 staff,” said Brad Krueger, ization a cost savings. efficient process for RIC’s selection to offer the organ al Choice ion service at RIC. Charlie May Lindsey, Person director of food and nutrit ted a 40% increase in a new In a pilot study, patients repor Dining assistant, is part of ed, “At Your Service- food service as well as an program, which has resulted in This progr am is them overall satisfaction with dining Thro ughout Your Stay,” taste. And approximately overall Throughout Your Day increased satisfaction with a 40% increase in patients’ higher level of interaction definitely recommend ction with food service at RIC. and designed to bring a 70% of these patients would satisfa with patients, families and staff. y member or friend, RIC’s food service to a famil decentralized the food previous system. I Personal Choice Dining has a 30% increase over the the RIC host/hoste ss service processes allowing 2 10
  11. 11. DIRECT MAIL to get you moving Ravenswood is one of Chicagos first planned neighborhoods with Victorian and Prairie School homes, brick row houses and extra-wide lots. Its a beautiful area with tree-lined streets and parks, and its own rapid-transit system that connects to It’s All in the Details Distinctive Urban Living • New construction, brick & stone, on oversized lot the Loop. in Ravenswood In 1889, Chicago annexed • Hardwood & ceramic flooring the rural wooded village of Ravenswood. Poet Carl A • Fireplace Sandburg who aptly de- mazing 4 bedroom two story colonial • Oak Staircase & trim scribed Chicago as the home. You can see the beginning of the "City of Big Shoulders," • Vaulted ceilings & skylights lived in Ravenswood on Distinctive Urban Livin g Hermitage Avenue. rest of your life as you walk in through • Three car garage the front door! Don’t miss this one. Rarely such an • Patio, deck & screened porch What to do in Ravenswood in Ravenswood copy here transportation • Top-of-the-line appliances and shopping hub of the opportunity available, in the last year only 3 homes in • Central Air area. The CTAs Brown Line has stops at Western, Mon- this neighborhood have been put on the market. • Bedrooms: 5 trose and Damen. Lincoln • Bathrooms: 3 ensuite & 1.5 Avenue serves up both Finished basement, huge rear yard, great for enter- trendy and traditional Single Family Homes • Security system restaurants. Plus the Old taining. Extensive list of upgrades, including 2 person Toof Folk Music, a popular Urban living at its finest, • 4,500 sq. ft. luxury living for $995,500 - $1,095,000 local entertainment venue amongst the beautiful Jacuzzi. and music school, brings creativity and culture to the tree-lined streets entire area. of Ravenswood’s For complete property neighborly community details contact Marsha Fuller, REALTOR® at 773.251.7016 or marsha@procasarealty.com5034 Nor th Ravenswoo d L 5044 Nor th Ravenswoo d L 5044 Nor th Ravenswoo d L 1 8 0 6 We s t W i n n e m a c 11
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  13. 13. DIRECT MAILAce:A successful golf outing , banquet or special eve handled by skilled eve nt experts. nt 13
  14. 14. COMMUNICATIONS to inspire A compelling encounter with The Quartet Approach a string quartet performance 3701 N. Ravenswood Ave. illuminating effective Suite 252 Chicago, Illinois 60613 team dynamics 773.213.2583 www.quartetapproach.com © The Quartet Approach, 2008A compelling encounter with a string quartet performance illuminating effective team dynamics 14
  15. 15. COMMUNICATIONS for mind & body The premiere center for integrative healing in the heart of Chicago. Experience the DiffeOur Staff and re nce health s a truly pati ss ins ent-ce titution ntered , our bo ard ce ers rtified take th e time A s the premie healing in re center fo the heart of r integrative Chicago, A r wellne ctition afe sp ace fo the Raby In ians a nd pra as Medicine at stitute for In physic create rsonal Northweste tegrative nts, to eir m ost pe rn seamless r patie tand th em as combines ly n to ou unders gage th the best of science-ba to liste re and vely en Western m edicine with sed them to sha d to acti the time-te rns, an titione rs holistic he sted, conce of prac aling approa health healin g. etwork nts cultures. W ches of an cient ners in ely w ith a n r patie e strive to create a nu part rk clos e refe s and empow hom w ervice ering envir rturing We wo ts to w hese s onment in ecialis ices. T itive can realize which all and sub-sp n al serv ergy & Intu their innate additio ine, En assage and their po powers of rly for l Medic herapeutic M tential to liv healing regula aviora healthy lives e fully enga inclu de Beh c Care, T . ged, opracti Raby Our approa g, Chir r. Theri ch to healin Healin cture. ctor D al you might ex g is unlike w and A cupun dic al Dire l Hospit perience in hat nd Me emoria tern setting. Ra a traditiona Fou nder a we stern M at Northwes ther than fo l medical t North ulty treating th cusing sole is on staff a h ing fac e symptom ly on e teac s of a diseas rt of th Schoo l. curing an illn e or and pa edical ess, we focu rsity M y, MD, patient as s on the w Unive rie go Rab a unique in dividual — hole Theri G account ea ch elemen taking into t of a person ABHM nd environmen t and lifesty ’s health, a er le. We seek Found Director restore to al edicine, our patient to Medic ve Internal M re, that defines s the natura l balance Inte grati ma ry Ca optimal he alth and su tive Pri ons, them to de pport Integra ve Consultati wellness an velop heal th habits to ti maintain Integra al Medicine d prevent di sease. n Functio tions Consu lta We invite you to expe healthcare rien as it should ce S be. , ND, M Rogers Michelle ic Medicine, “It is my de ath p sire to empo Naturo ve Oncology, my patient wer ti s to view H Integra al Medicine as an Art ealth n of Living. Functio tions, any other Like lta ons, Consu ve Consultati practice, di art form, it takes ti Integra Therapy support to scipline, an d e FirstLin master.” – Theri Grieg o Raby, MD, ABHM 15
  16. 16. CAPABILITIES BROCHURE 16
  17. 17. NOT-FOR-PROFITAPCCAlbany Park Community Center 17
  18. 18. NOT-FOR-PROFIT COMMUNICATIONS with a missionNortheastern Illinois HIV/AIDSCase Management CooperativeYouare notalone I F YOU ARE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS, CASE MANAGERS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD CAN HELP YOU, A FRIEND, OR A FAMILY MEMBER OBTAIN HELP AND SUPPORT. 18
  19. 19. NOT-FOR-PROFIT COMMUNICATIONSHonoring Our Catholic Faith Brochure & Bulletin Ads Making the Choice to Act Love cannot remain by itself –– it has no meaning. Love has to be put into action, and that action is service. –– Mother Theresa Amate House Mission Statement Inspired by the social mission of the Catholic church, Amate House supports and develops women and men rooted in faith, dedicated to service, and W hether you impact one person or an entire community, Amate House encourages you to experience first-hand the unsurpassed rewards that accompany one’s effort to serve. Highlighting 25 years of success at Amate House, in the spirit of service, committed to building a more just and loving society. we personally invite you to contribute to Amate House’s 25 Ton Food Drive. Please bring in a non-perishable food donation to your parish during its collection time to help alleviate the growing necessity for food at food banks in your local area. Your involvement in this event is a wonderful opportunity to honor the Catholic faith and serve your community. To further celebrate Amate House’s 25 years of success, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to Amate House in support of the 25 Ton Food Drive at www.amatehouse.org Who is Amate House? Our Parish’s Collection Location & Dates Founded in 1984 by three seminarians from the Archdiocese of Chicago and lay and Religious men and women, Amate House enables young adult lay personsS e r v i c e • C o m m u n i t y • Fa i t h • S o c i a l J u s t i c e • S t e w a r d s h i p to explore and live out a vocation to service and to become more compassionate and effective leaders in the process. Amate House seeks to support the leadership and faith development of young adults whileCommitment of Service providing valuable services to underserved schools and Grace and Courage in Action social service agencies in the City of Chicago. Young adult participants (ages 18-29) live together in an November 1, 2008 “For I was hungry and you gave me food; I was thirsty and you gave me drink; a stranger and you welcomed intentional community, receive ongoing support, me; naked and you clothed me ‘Then the righteous will answer him and say,‘Lord, when did we see you educational opportunities, participate in faith formation hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you drink?’ And the Lord will say activities and perform either full-time or part-time Honoring our Catholic faith through to them in reply,‘Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of volunteer services for one year in inner-city areas commitment of service is truly realized these least brothers of mine, you did for me.” throughout Chicago. Volunteer service programs include when ordinary acts of kindness bring – Matthew 25: 35-40 teachers, teacher’s aides, school counseling, legal aid, about extraordinary outcomes. health care, immigration work, social work/casework, W hether you impact one person or an entire community, Amate House encourages you to experience first-hand the unsurpassed rewards that accompany one’s effort to serve. and counseling/support. It is estimated that in Highlighting 25 years of success at Amate House, in the spirit of service, we personally invite you to contribute to Amate House’s 25 Ton Food Drive. Please bring in a non-perishable food donation to your parish during its 2007 more than 57,500 hours of volunteer collection time to help alleviate the growing necessity for food at food banks in your local area. Your involvement in this event is a wonderful opportunity to honor the services were provided Catholic faith and serve your community. To further celebrate Amate House’s 25 years of success, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to Amate House in support of the 25 Ton Food Drive by Amate House. at www.amatehouse.org Our Parish’s Collection Location & DatesS e r v i c e • C o m m u n i t y • Fa i t h • S o c i a l J u s t i c e • S t e w a r d s h i p 19

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