Our Work

  • After School Matters
  • The Art of Well-being Gala
    Palos Community Hospital
  • Invitation
    University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Patient Welcome Packet
    Palos Community Hospital
  • Lowe's Benefits Enrollment Website
    Lowe’s Companies
  • Wise Woman Event
    Swedish Covenant Hospital
  • IntelliCommand Banners
    Jones Lang LaSalle
  • First Chicago Bank & Trust Brand
    First Chicago Bank & Trust
  • Aon Center Wall Displays
    Jones Lang LaSalle
  • 20th Anniversary Campaign
    The Frances Xavier Warde School
  • Hospital Cafeteria Signage
    Swedish Covenant Hospital
  • Millennium Park Events Brochure
    Millennium Park/Chicago Dept. of Tourism
  • Chance of a Lifetime Gala Invitation
    Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Basil Financial Group Identity
    Basil Financial Group
  • Winter Festival Campaign
    First Chicago Bank & Trust
  • Middle Market Campaign
    Jones Lang LaSalle
  • Health District Websites
    Beach Cities Health District
  • Walgreen World Magazine
    Walgreen Co.
  • Well Magazine
    Swedish Covenant Hospital
  • Marketing News Magazine
    American Marketing Association
  • Children at the Crossroads Brand
    The Frances Xavier Warde School
  • Cooking Up New Employee Benefits
    Sara Lee Corporation
  • Consumer Promotions Agency Site
    Orange Street Partners, LLC
  • Community Bank Website
    First Chicago Bank & Trust
  • Children's Mercy Hospitals "House"
    Mercer
  • Investment Bank Brochure
    BNP Paribas

Well Magazine

Well magazine was a quarterly publication produced by Swedish Covenant Hospital (SCH). Its target audience was women between the ages of 30 and 60. The content contained information on food, beauty, events and medical advice. All articles had a community focus written by staff or local-area authors. It was not only a marketing tool for the hospital, but also a reference guide for many of the women within SCH's service area. The magazine was transitioned to an online version called Well Community.

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