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Interrobang has been working with Renaissance Information Systems [RIS] throughout the year on rebranding and website projects.
RIS is a local database development company that creates and maintains custom dynamic database systems that work the way businesses do. Founded by Carl Lorenston, RIS has been serving Vermont businesses since 1994.
Interrobang's work with RIS includes brand strategy and tagline development, logo design, and website design.
Interrobang has been working with Women Helping Battered Women over the past year on a name change and rebranding. WHBW revealed its new name, Steps to End Domestic Violence, and logo on June 23 at an event at St. Michael's College.
While deeply respectful of their current name and founding mothers, the organization felt they had outgrown their name and wanted it to be inclusive of who they are [not just women] and who they serve [anyone impacted directly or indirectly by domestic violence - regardless of gender, race, education, or economic status].
WHBW received a grant from St. Michael's College in 2015 for the renaming and rebranding work. Interrobang matched the grant amount in donated services. Interrobang has also designed the organization's new website, various digital and print collateral, and a detailed brand guidelines document for the new brand. The website can be seen at www.stepsVT.org.
Over the past 11 months, Interrobang has continued our work with Switchback Brewing Co., largely focused on new packaging as the brewery moves to 12oz. bottles and 6-pack carriers for its full line of beers. The flagship Switchback Ale will be the first release in the new bottles and carriers, with Dooley's Belated Porter following in the next few weeks.
You can read a full article on the release from Seven Days here:
Interrobang has continued its collaboration with Nathan Hartswick and Natalie Miller, designing, producing [and helping to install] large scale, full-color graphics in the windows of the future home of the Vermont Comedy Club. The installation corresponds with the start of this year's Green Mountain Comedy Festival, and construction for the Club. Located at 101 Main Street - otherwise known as the Armory building in Burlington, VT, the VCC will be connected to the recently completed Hilton Garden Inn.
Vermont Comedy Club, LLC (VCC) is Vermont’s premier comedy booking agency. Founded by the husband and wife team of Nathan Hartswick and Natalie Miller, VCC has been the driving force in building a market for live comedy in Vermont for five years. VCC produces standup and improv comedy events using local, regional and national talent, and offers comedy education through its DBA, Spark Arts.
Lisa Sylvester has developed the logo, brand identity, marketing materials and website for SchoolHack Solutions. The Vermont-based company builds software to provide authentic personalized learning for all students.
SchoolHack Solutions envisions a new era of educational excellence where learning is meaningful, contagious, and always relevant.