Day: February 25, 2018

Corporate Report Design: Ethno-historical Study of Land Use in Tuck Inlet by the Metlakatla First Nation

Corporate Report Design: Ethno-historical Study of Land Use in Tuck Inlet by the Metlakatla First Nation Cover of Tuck Inlet Report: 2/3 green with topographic lines, last 1/3 picture of tuck inlet with super-imposed topographic lines. Good use of graphic design to enhance report.

Tuck Inlet: Traditional Land Use and Occupancy by the Metlakatla First Nation Date: August 2015 Company: DM Cultural Services with Metlakatla First Nation Sector: Government Project: Tuck Inlet: Traditional Land Use and Occupancy by the Metlakatla First Nation Services: Corporate Report Design; Historical/ Ethnohistorical Research; Archaeological research; Copy Writing Brief: This report used graphic design […]

Corporate Report Design: Historical Documents for Lawyers

Corporate Report Design: Historical Documents for Lawyers Shows a series of historical documents bundled in a curated package with accurate archival citations and record tracking.

Document Bundle For Legal Teams Date: 2016 Company: Confidential Sector: Government, Legal Project: Curated Archival Documents Services: Corporate Report Design; Archival Research Brief: This is an example of a “Document Bundle.” We are often asked to collect and deliver important documents for Law Firms working with our clients. These packages are collections of individual files […]

Corporate Report Design: Metlakatla First Nation Transition Report

Corporate Report Design: Metlakatla First Nation Transition Report A stack of Corporate Report Design: Metlakatla First Nation Transition Report showing off the unique cover graphic design

Metlakatla First Nation Transition Report Date: April 2016 Company: DM Cultural Services with Metlakatla First Nation Sector: Government Project: Transition Report Services: Corporate Report Design; Digital and Physical Records Management; Digital Archiving; Copy Writing Brief: DM Cultural Services finished several large scale Traditional Land Use Studies with the Metlakatla First Nation. They needed to return […]

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