Partnership for Public Health (PPH) was in its early stages of formation when our partnership began. Their mission was driven by the board of directors and they had just brought on a new, full-time staff member to help steer the organization head-first into the path of need in Lancaster County.
PPH was looking for a logo and website that represented their four areas of priority: public safety, environmental health, contagious diseases, and immunizations.
Our first step was to develop a logo that worked in a horizontal format and as a strong, independent icon. Early on, we knew that the four areas of priority needed to be represented, but in a way that was not too cluttered and could be carried out through different marketing mediums as the organization’s reach grew over time.
After that, we used the vision of the board and PPH staff to help identify the growth potential and needs that were to be shared through a website presence. Their existing website was drastically outdated, so giving them a fresh, new look to match their new identity was important to our team. We built out their blog so that PPH could either link to external articles or craft their own to publish.
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Alyssa Gailey, Account Executive, Tower Marketing
Since the launch of their website and new identity at the end of 2016, Partnership for Public Health has been able to develop marketing materials with their new branding, including business cards, literature, and other online resources. Their team has grown exponentially and they are continuing to make an impact on the health and well-being of all populations in our community.