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Logos & Identity

American Israel Public Affairs Committee — A key component of the event branding for AIPAC's annual Policy Conference held at the Washington Convention Center, the logo was designed for maximum versatility when combined with a multitude of historic and current photos.
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American Israel Public Affairs Committee — Original icons were designed to visually convey the theme and key messages of the 2011 AIPAC Policy Conference held at the Washington Convention Center.
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American Israel Public Affairs Committee — AIPAC Congressional Club is a political club sponsored by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. Members are dedicated to a strong U.S.-Israel relationship and are encouraged to donate to state and local candidates supporting U.S. collaboration with Israel.
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American Israel Public Affairs Committee — Logo for the AIPAC National Summit reinforcing AIPAC's mission while reflecting the South Florida conference location.
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American Red Cross — Save One Life is a sponsorship program that provides opportunities for individuals to directly support patients with hemophilia in developing countries.
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American Society of Head and Neck Radiology — A professional society whose purpose is to advance knowledge in the field of head and neck radiology.
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Association of Maternal & Child Health — Outreach and partnership are represented in this logo for a national public health advocacy organization for women and children.
BBYO  — A leading Jewish youth movement that provides Jewish teens of all backgrounds with community, identity-building and leadership experiences.
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Business Executives for National Security — An organization of senior executives dedicated to enhancing national security via innovative business-government partnerships.
Cable in the Classroom — Takes a leadership role in advocating the innovative and effective use of broadband in teaching and learning.
Cable in the Classroom — Logo usage guidelines specified how the logo was to appear with logos of partner organizations.
Center for Mathematical Talent, New York University — Coordinates activities for students who would like more mathematics than is included in the usual mathematics curriculum.
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ClassicPoker.com — An online gaming site.
DC Public Library — Serves the residents of the nation's capital, in both a digital and traditional capacity.
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The Feinberg Institute — Named after Kenneth Feinberg, special master of the U.S. government's September 11th Victim Compensation Fund. The institute works in a unique field of research to answer the question "How much is a life worth?"
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International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims — Founded to identify, settle and pay Holocaust-era insurance claims at no cost to claimants.
The Israel Institute — An organization focused on advancing the study and understanding of modern Israel in the United States and around the world.
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The Israel Project (TIP) — TIP is a U.S.-based news service dedicated to informing the media and public discourse about Israel and The Middle East. Colors evoke both the U.S. and Israel, and the sweep of red symbolizes the flow of information generated by TIP to its outlets.
J-Journeys — A new and personal approach to learning—through conversations and experiences—for every stage of life.
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Jewish Social Service Agency — Logo conceived to "spread the word" about a social services agency. Developed as part of a repositioning and rebranding of the 100-year-old organization.
Medical Technology & Practice Patterns Institute — Conducts research on the clinical and economic implications of emerging healthcare technologies and on local and national healthcare policies.
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Museum of the Shenandoah Valley — Dedicated to interpreting the art, history and culture of the Shenandoah Valley, and is located in Winchester, VA. The site consists of a historic house, formal gardens and the museum.
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Museum Word — Logo for a writer specializing in museum-related projects.
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Pan American Development Foundation — Logo to celebrate 50's years of PADF's service.
Partnership for Jewish Life and Learning — Dedicated to lifelong Jewish engagement through experiences that nurture cultural roots and personal growth.
Singing Cat Productions — Specializes in documentary film writing and production.
Taylored Communications — provides strategic communications services in traditional media and public relations, social media and website development. The logo was created in four colors, used randomly, to reinforce the inter-dependent self-sufficiency of the services.
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U.S. Global Leadership Coalition — A network of businesses and NGOs; national security and foreign policy experts; faith-based, academic and community leaders who support elevating diplomacy and development alongside defense in order to build a better, safer world.
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