Designlounge is a visual communications and design studio dedicated to creating meaningful design solutions for educational institutions and mission-driven organizations. Our work focuses on the design of visual identities, publications, and websites for schools and universities, and organizations concerned with human rights and justice initiatives.

Visual identity and overall redesign of the biannual magazine for this independent K–12 boys’ school in the heart of Manhattan.

Visual identity for a seven-year capital campaign, annual reports, a rigorous academic publication, and more, for this independent, coeducational PreK–12 school in the Bronx.

Program publications and supporting brochures for the global conferences in Kuala Lumpur and Copenhagen, created for Women Deliver, an organization championing gender equality and the health and rights of girls and women.

We work together with our clients every step of the way based on a clear and coherent discourse.1 We approach every project with passion and intellectual curiosity, striving for innovative results.
  1. We listen. We contribute and make recommendations. Nothing is just a footnote for us but if we design footnotes they are always beautiful.

Visual identity, annual reports, brochures and a publication system for an organization that works for justice in countries that have endured human rights abuses.

Visual identity and outdoor signage system designed for an organization dedicated to understanding how ecosystems works, and how to apply science to policy and management that protects the environment and improves human well-being.

Gala identity, invitation, and program booklet design for the museum’s annual fundraising event.

Visual identity and publications to promote the talent and capabilities of graduating BFA and MFA students in the Parson’s photography program.

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