The Knowledge Learning Center had a lot to offer, but had never before published a company brochure. I organized the content into easy compartments—so the reader could choose to skim the highlights or dive deep into the text, without becoming overwhelmed. Again, visuals and white space help the copy “pop” off the page.
Insurance for Video Game Developers
San Francisco magazine
Fireman's Fund was the first insurance company to go-to-market with coverages for L.E.E.D.- certified building owners plus owners who want to convert their buildings green after a loss. Two-fold brochure.
Remember the dot.com craze? Well Upside magazine was once the Hollywood Reporter of the Silicon Valley—where readers would flock to the pages to learn about the “movers, the shakers, the micro-chip makers” living and working in the Peninsula.
Not all insurance agents have marketing departments. That’s okay, Fireman’s Fund does, and often partners with agents to create “co-branded” materials and events. Here’s a little educational guide Fireman's Fund sends to agents to explain the marketing process and showcase their capabilities.