You need a design firm because all the thinking behind your business has to be great. As does your experience with designers. No prima donnas. No attitude. Just exceptional design that makes you stand out. Diligently delivered.
We’re Jean Page and Bob Vitale, the partners of SVP Partners. We offer that smart idea with the look and feel you want, that reliable delivery, and that sense of excitement you feel when the solution is unveiled and you know the mark has been hit.
Whatever you need – marketing and corporate collateral, identity/branding programs, digital media, annual and sustainability reports, advertising, sales promotion, packaging, signage, exhibits and installations – we’ve done it for years at a high level.
We can do it for you, with a quality you’ll recognize through every phase of the job: discovery, strategy, concept, design, art direction, production, and project and process management.
Budgets are respected. Deadlines are firm. Ideas are on target.
Enjoyment is a distinct possibility.
How can we help?
AEGIS Insurance Services, Triumph Group, United Technologies, Praxair, Jim Beam, Fairfield Theatre Company
The purpose of the Triumph report was to educate and inform stakeholders on the progress made on their path to value, a transformation plan put in motion several years earlier. The pages within lay out the plan details, the accomplishments made to date, and highlight the company culture that will lead Triumph in reaching their business objectives.
AEGIS is a mutual with long established relationships with their member companies, many have been with them for decades. The website is less a place for exploration, and more a resource for vital content. The design was developed to get members to the content they want. Quickly.
Insites was established to bring the people of Tronox together following a merger with a large competitor. The newsletter was distributed to employees worldwide, many who did not have access to computers or the internet. This quarterly publication informed and entertained employees on all things Tronox; employee spotlights, office/plant achievments, technology breakthroughs, local news, etc...
Designers are notorious for making the corporate logo appear smaller. But sometimes, given the right circumstances, it can't be big enough. This was our take on exterior signange for the Fairfield Theatre Company.