American Technion Society

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American Technion Society
Advancing Innovation

In 2002 we redesigned the American Technion Society logo, publications and ads. Our work helped this formidable fundraising organization raise more than $1 billion for Israel’s leading technical university, which educates leaders in science, technology, medicine, engineering and business.

ATS Case Statement designed by Ellen Shapiro, Visual Language LLC

Redesign of “Innovation for a Better World” case statement, which highlights the advances in medicine, technology and security by Technion faculty, students and alumni that are making the world a safer, healthier place.

ATS Case2

Google CEO Larry Page; Cornell University President Dr. David Skorton; Technion professor Craig Gotsman; and former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced that the Technion had won the international competition to partner with Cornell University to become the Technion-Cornell Innovation Institute, which opened on Roosevelt Island in 2017.

ATS IdentityGuidelines

Our Identity Guidelines gave communications managers at the NYC national office and the regional offices around the country easy-to-follow, flexible instructions for producing stationery, brochures and other media.

ATS T-USA Covers

We designed the ATS national magazine from 2001 to 2017. This is a cover presented for the issue that featureed Dr. Dan Shechtman, the Technion professor who won the 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

ATS Energy Cover
ATS NumbersCovers

By the numbers: Development brochure highlighted the innovations and inventions of Technion faculty and alumni that made major contributions to the fields of space science, sustainable energy, defense, biotechnology and nanotechnology

ATS Matrix

This matrix of Technion personalities and breakthroughs commemorated the completion of a 13-year, $1 billion “Shaping Israel’s Future” campaign. It was used in various configurations online and on invitations, stationery, a T-USA magazine cover and a multimedia presentation.