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Cecil Land Trust Website and Brand Launch — May 2017

Design and development of a new logo and responsive website to highlight their accommplishments and conservation programs.
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Revitalizing the Monarch Butterfly Wins Several Awards — April 2017

In partnership with the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway, Town of Highland and the Delaware Company, the development of the brochure and poster on "Revitalizing the Monarch Butterfly" has won the Partnership Award from the Upper Delaware Council.

In additional, the piece received Congressional Recognition from Representative John J. Faso and Certificate of Merit from Alieen M. Gunther, NYS Assembly.





Delaware Highlands Conservancy Website Launch — January 2017

W Design redesigned the conservancy's website with a focus on their landowner stories and conservation easements.

The site also highlights public engagement programs: Green Lodging Partnership, Shop Local Save Land program, and Women and Their Woods.
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Launch of the Lookout Mountain Conservancy Website — August 2016

W Design redesigned the conservancy's website with a focus on their Internship & Leadership Program at the Howard School an their YouthWorks summer program.

The site shares a number of videos and happenings that the community can participate in.
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sign programRosendale, NY Selects Wayfinding Signage — Fall 2015

W Design in partnership with Barton and Loguidice work with the Town of Rosendale, NY and many stakeholders to develop a wayfinding program to help residents and tourist to navigation the Town of Rosendale, including identifying ways to help users of the Rails-to-Trails to find their way down from the trestle to the town laying beneath.

View the wayfinding signage program >


Celebrating 15-Years of Working Together — January 2015

W Design has a strong supportive working relationship with Starlight Children's Foundation of NY - NJ- CT, creating the visuals for events that raise funds to help seriously ill children and their families cope with their pain, fear and isolation through entertainment, education and family activities.

View just a few of the event packages that we have designed >


W Design Illustrates a Legacy — May 2011

Recognizing the uniqueness of having only four coaches to span nearly 100-years of guiding Syracuse University’s Lacrosse Program, the Athlectic Department elected to honor this history with a 36´ x 6´ mural.

The mural highlights key moments throughout this legacy along with a timeline and four biography boxes for each of the coaches. View larger format video >


Pike Outdoors GuideEnthusiastic Response to Pike Outdoors Guide — April & October 2011

In April 2011, the Pike County Community Planning office released the highly anticipated guide to the regions public lands through field maps, educational resources and local business establishments that support outdoor enthusiasts.

“Public response has been excellent,” said Pike County Planner Sally Corrigan who engineered the 36-page publication with former planner Scot Boyce. “We have had all kinds of people requesting it, trout fishermen, spring turkey hunters, even the local hotels are calling and asking for it.” The response was so large that 4,000 of the 6,500 printed guides have been distributed and we are gearing up to reprint the guide with additional information. Read more >


W Design Launches the — September 2010

Shop Local Save Land is an initiative connecting consumers to local farm and forest products and educational information in order to support working lands and protect scenic rural character, cultural heritage and quality of life.

shoplocalsaveland.comIf you’re looking for fresh local produce or finely crafted wood products and services, visit the Providers page to refine your search and map your own tour. You’ll also find some fun and helpful ideas under Events and Tours.

If you’re a farm or forest Provider and want to join the Shop Local Save Land Community, check out the easy and economical ways to connect to consumers who want what you’ve got.

Land trusts and other community organizations can email Shop Local Save Land to become involved with the initiative through the print guides and online resources. Visit


eagle instituteW Design Designs the Shop Local Save Land Brochure — July 2008

The land trust, the Delaware Highlands Conservancy, has published a guide to local farms and farmers’ markets in Monroe, Pike and Wayne counties in PA, called “Shop Local, Save Land.”

The guide is an excellent resource for residents and visitors who desire fresh and healthy foods and enjoy visiting the abundant agricultural resources.

The brochure lists farms, farmers' markets and farm stands that produce and sell local agricultural products. It includes a keyed map for easy navigation. Complimentary copies of “Shop Local, Save Land” are being distributed at many shops, restaurants and lodging facilities within the three-county (Pike, Monroe and Wayne, PA) area that the guide services.