Corporate newsletter about insurance coverage, life/work balance, financial planning, and more.
A microsite that took on the daunting task of educating ordinary New Yorkers about their options under the Affordable Care Act.
Fundraising brochure for an organization that works towards peaceful relations between Israeli Arabs and Israeli Jews.
“Learning to live well together.
An Arab girl and a Jewish girl giggling, the way teenagers do when they get together. A class of Arab and Jewish children drawing quietly, using their most vibrant colors, as children do when they try to show something important. These delicate tendrils of goodwill and harmony bloom from the seeds of active coexistence planted by The Abraham Fund Initiatives during the past thirteen years Many have grown into sturdy plants, even trees.”
Print campaign highlighting the dangers of driving drowsy.
Snoring can save your life.
Copy: Among the many benefits of getting enough sleep is one you might find especially compelling: it can keep you from being involved in a serious highway accident. Statistics show that driving while drowsy causes as many as one million crashes every year, many of them fatal. So remember, your life may depend on complying with the laws of nature, as well as those of the road. Always drive well rested.
The many benefits of adequate rest.
-Less chance of having your face go through the windshield at 60 MPH
Copy: Getting lots of sleep may be less a matter of self-image than of self-preservation. Statistics show that driving while drowsy is one of the most frequent causes of highway accidents. In fact, falling asleep at the wheel accounts for an estimated one million crashes every year, many involving fatalities. So protect your life along with your looks. Before you get on the road, be sure you get enough sleep.
Calendar offering diet and exercise tips for people with diabetes.
Instructional design for an app that uses a make-your-own-anxiety-cartoon format to teach young people principles of cognitive behavioral therapy.
Article for kids with diabetes.