The Ivy Rugby logo and identity was created to brand the 2005 Ivy League Rugby Championship tournament. The logo was used on all tournament materials, including ad book, t-shirts, and posters. A companion Ivy Rugby Conference website was also developed. Though the website and materials were created for the 2005 event to provide up-to-date tournament information, the website became the focal point for all future tournaments and remains a central resource for Ivy Rugby information.
Rugby conference website development & social marketing
The Ivy Rugby Conference now uses the logo to represent the league, incorporated in 2009 as the first high-profile collegiate rugby conference. 4x3 launched a brand new Ivy Rugby website with a user interface where any Ivy League rugby coach or player, alumni or supporter can log in and join the community. As part of our social networking initiative, 4x3 also launched a Facebook page, a LinkedIn page, a Twitter page and a Pinterest page to further strengthen the growing popularity of the brand.
The USWNT has enthralled the country with their run to a World Cup soccer championship — and rightly so. The U.S. women's national team is a group of tough, talented athletes who demonstrate amazing play when it matters most.
Piloting 101: Landing strips should be smooth, well-lit and free of debris; steer clear of the cracked, the weedy, the dark. It’s kinda the same thing with website landing pages.
I’ve worked for many years on the editorial side of things—first in community journalism, covering tempests in a teapot in Philadelphia, South Jersey and the New York suburbs, and later in business-to-business media, writing for magazines, updating websites, planning and putting on events.
As the extent of the devastation unfolds after Superstorm Sandy hit our Atlantic coast shores, I'm reminded of lessons learned after Katrina hit New Orleans. There's already news and finger pointing about what should have been done and who should have done what.
The chart shows just a few of the many things I learned in the office. In the past few months I have also learned how to work as part of a design team and how to prepare for and take part in a meeting. Along with all of the things I have mentioned, I have also grown as a designer and as an individual. I had a wonderful experience and couldn't have asked for a better first internship.
Beginning in November 2011, 4x3 will be doing their part to give back to the community. With the Holiday season approaching, 4x3 has decided that in lieu of sending corporate gifts, they will assist a non-profit organization by doing a brand and site overhaul for the selected group.