EXIT was honored to be asked by the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas (WFA) to design these three extremely important reports, which examine the impact of teen pregnancy and birth on education, the perceptions of the status of women, and the links between education of women and girls to Arkansas’s economic future. All three reports can be viewed in their entirety on the WFA website. A very special thank you goes out to the reports’ authors: Marisa Nelson, Dr. Kristen Jozkowski, Mara D’Amico, Dr. Sara Beth Estes, and Jay Barth.
The Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas asked EXIT to help it create a new brand identity that better defined what it did and also allowed the nonprofit to escape the name clutter caused by the many historic and preservation organizations in the state. Having a name that is similar to other organizations and not having the budget for heavy exposure has made it hard for the HPAA to stand out and build brand recognition. Our first work for the HPAA included a name change and a new logo design.
Following the development of a new name and logo, EXIT redesigned the logos for Preserve Arkansas’ annual events to fit under the nonprofit’s new identity.
The Cone Group came to EXIT with a desire to better standout in its crowded category. Following brand positioning work, we recognized that its unique construction processes and the unusual academic and industry training of leadership allowed The Cone Group to deliver a smarter building experience that led to higher quality and significant cost savings for its clients. A meaningful, leadership position was claimed, and Intelligent Construction was born.
The Cone Group is the category leader in delivering a smarter commercial construction experience, resulting in extraordinary results and a higher level of client satisfaction.
A software application distributor, TSO came to EXIT in need of a more professional and accurate brand identity. Along with the creation of a new logo, EXIT helped TSO develop a more modern and stronger selling website.