BOSTON NETWORK FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT BROCHURE

Shadi, a graphic design intern in our media lab this summer, designed a brochure for the Boston Network for International Development (BNID) to help them communicate the organization’s purpose. BNID’s purpose is to serve as a point of connection for groups and individuals in the Boston area who are concerned with issues of international development and global justice. The organization needed a marketing material to give their target audience — professionals, students, professors, current sponsors and potential sponsors. The main goal was to create a brochure to spread BNID’s mission to those involved in international development in the Greater Boston area. Shadi began by assembling all vital content that should be included in the brochure. She then proceeded to design a simple and effective layout in order to get BNID’s purpose across without distraction. She also made sure the brochure was consistent with BNID’s overall aesthetic, in terms of their color palette and font usage, by basing much of the design decisions on their logo and website. Take a look at the BNID Brochure below!

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