INTERNATIONAL DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION
Every Child Reading
Campaign that helps parents and teachers in the nation’s most disadvantaged school districts learn how to recognize learning disabilities in young children and get access to testing and remediation.
On behalf of the Dyslexia Association, we won a Sappi “Ideas That Matter” grant to write, design and produce materials that were distributed to the U.S. school districts with the lowest reading schools. The process began with a logo refresh, creating the campaign theme, and developing the color palette and typographic style.
The Teacher Guide includes checklists for K-3 classroom teachers, a Q&A about common misconceptions, and information about multisensory reading programs and other resources.
The Parent Guide encourages moms to be their child’s advocate, to form partnerships with his or her teachers, and to point out words, sounds and spellings when reading out loud. A key message is, “Having a learning disability doesn’t mean your child isn’t smart.”
Charming illustrations by Steven Guarnaccia help make formerly academic, dull presentations into friendly and helpful booklets.
To see projects in more detail, click on any client name below:
Biotechnology and PharmaceuticalAnterios, Inc.
Financial and ConsultingAmerican Baptist Extension Corp.
Booz Allen Hamilton
M. Robert Goldman & Co.
Sunnyside Federal Savings
Products and ServicesAndron Construction Corporation
Down to Earth Markets
Home Box Office, Inc.
EducationAcademy for Jewish Religion
Alphagram Learning Materials
American Technion Society
International Dyslexia Association
Professional Children’s School