Websites

Communication Websites

Websites are a great way to communicate with key stakeholders, donors, or community members. Different sites can be created and custom-tailored to reach specific audiences. This approach ensures that all communication materials are up-to-date, and centralized in one easily accessible location.

Examples

Design Vision + Progress

SCOR Reinsurance (password: bamscor)

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Community Outreach

Queens Defenders

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Internal Communication

CBS Tech

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Media

Media Design

Media design is dynamic for common areas or transient spaces. An interactive component can be added to enhance the residents’ experience. Media design brings an immersive environment and is an immediate differentiator for residents and potential donors. Content is editable and can be kept current. Potential donor walls can be expanded as needed.

Media Wall

Shown here are 5 different placeholder scenes to reflect the surface area extent of a potential digital wall. Content will be developed once the design process is approved. Digital scenes and information graphics can be changed with the time of day, season, or special occasions. Donor walls can be animated and made lively. If desired, the imagery in the space can be responsive to resident movement or interaction.

Section 1

A section view through the central stair is at the heart of the building. Multistory dynamic media wall brings cohesion across all floors.

Section 2

Media design can be coordinated and work in concert with other architectural features such as the multistory sculptural mobile.

Media Design
Inspiration

LED Screen - Still or moving images can be integrated with architectural surfaces, such as expansive walls. Content can vary from time of day or season to season.

Projection-Mapping: Projected image or video adds dynamic layer to static elements. The surface could be anything from a sculptural element to a blank wall surface.

Interactive
Installations

Active Engagement: Pleasant distractions create moments of joy for families dealing with stressful circumstances.

Interactive design can be a playful feature, possibly at the seating area or at the base of the central stair. A user's motion or touch can trigger the on-screen animation to respond.

Ambiance: Digital content can respond to residents' movements to create lively or subtle digital scenes.


Marketing Videos

Marketing Videos

Videos are a great way to summarize a lot of visual information and make it emotionally compelling. The right kind of video can get people really excited and engaged in a way that no other medium can. Below are a few examples.

PR Video Full

SCOR / Construction Progress

SCOR / Leadership Interview

PR Video Simple

New York Presbyterian Radiology Lab / Design Progress

CBS Tech / Corporate Communication

SCOR / Reception Area Messaging

BAM / Overview Video


Video Fly through

Virtual Fly-Through

A video simulating a tour of the future building brings the current design to life. Adjacencies and spatial configurations can be easily perceived through the video. Below is an example of a Virtual Fly-Through without architectural finishes, music, or post-production animated text and graphics.


Signage

Signage

Branding and signage are critical to increasing visibility to the local area and integrating the larger Ronald McDonald House Charities’ image into the building design. Managing tactful branding that is not overbearing is a delicate balancing act.

Health Science Drive

Stair tower signage 1
Fence graphics
Entrance marquee signage 1
Street signage

Parking Lot
Side View

Graphics on entire fence
Tower 1 and 2 graphics
Driveway structural signage
Rear entrance marquee

Parking Lot
Side View

Graphics on entire fence
Tower 1 and 2 graphics
Driveway structural signage
Rear entrance marquee

Reception signage

Glass graphics

Glass graphics