non-profits

Artistic Donor Walls: Use Design to Tell a Story

In 2014, the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) was in a dire position. As the city of Detroit was undergoing federal bankruptcy plans, the museum was in danger of losing their art collection. Fortunately, thanks to the generous donations from private donors, corporations, and foundations, the museum’s treasures were protected from creditors; through what became …

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Forgotten Harvest: Moving Donors and Volunteers in Your Headquarters

Custom signage in the entrance and lobby were used to welcome volunteer groups and visitors. Photos ©2014 Gene Meadows. Jon Moses and the team at Ideation completed an interior update designed to move the minds and hearts of thousands of volunteers and donors that walk through the doors of their headquarters and warehouse every year. …

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Grace Centers of Hope: Telling Stories vs. Sharing Facts

Grace Centers of Hope contacted us to help raise the capital needed to build a new women and children’s shelter, increasing their capacity to alleviate homelessness in Metro Detroit by 200%. The needed help moving people emotionally as opposed to physically. Specifically, they wanted a brochure that would communicate the campaign in a way that …

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