Healthy Parks, Healthy People
July 2015

Healthy Parks, Healthy People

The latest project in our long list of collaborations with Cape Cod Healthcare was a fun one! Cape Cod Healthcare partnered with Cape Cod National Seashore to promote Healthy Parks, Healthy People, a program adopted by the National Park Service. The program connects recreation and nature to everyday, healthy lifestyles. We produced a 64-page field guide, an Rx pad for physicians to “prescribe” healthy activities and a passport to give participants a fun way to track progress. 60,000 field guides were distributed as a special insert in the Cape Cod Times, as well as at Cape Cod National Seashore locations and throughout the CCH physicians’ network.

Molecular Health Premiers at ASCO 2015
June 2015

Molecular Health Premiers at ASCO 2015

What’s ASCO you ask? Well, ASCO stands for the American Society of Clinical Oncology. Grow Design recently partnered with BlueHive, a strategic environments/exhibit company, to develop a custom 20’ booth for Molecular Health’s debut at ASCO 2015 in Chicago. The booth concept was driven by the company’s core technology Nucleus, a technology that fundamentally changes the way diseases are understood and treated

New Identity for Wedding Collaborative
May 2015

New Identity for Wedding Collaborative

Start with a world-class floral designer, add a much sought-after event planner and then top the team off with a renowned photographer. What do you get? Destination Wedding Collaborative: a company that specializes in exquisite full service experiences for couples tying the knot in the Caribbean. Grow was asked to take on the development of this new dream team identity. Our reply? A thrilled “We do!”

thermo-fisher-news
July 2014

Hot off the presses!

It’s been almost a decade since Grow Design and Thermo Fisher Scientific first partnered on a project. Our latest efforts can be seen here in Thermo’s Corporate Social Responsibility Report. The report highlights Thermo’s efforts and impact on philanthropic giving, business sustainability and employee engagement.

glenmede-photos
April 2014

Photography Drives Design

For the past four years Grow Design has had the opportunity to collaborate with Boston agency Hatch Marketing art directing and designing the Glenmede Annual Review. Along with that honor comes the distinct pleasure of working with New York-based photographer Brad Trent. It’s typically three days on location with Brad’s amazing talent, humor and calm under pressure. Then the real magic happens in post. Each year, we “one up” ourselves with the end result. Pressure is on for the 2014 Review!