GRAPHIC DESIGNER1emilio ruiz

FIVE DECADES OF DESIGN FOR CONSUMER PRODUCTS AND BUSINESS COMMUNITIES

  • ORONOQUE VILLAGE BRANDING AND COMMUNICATIONS INITIATIVES

    Large 55+ condominiums with over 926 units on 300 acres of landscaped lawns, golf course and countless amenieties in a resort like setting.

    Built in 1972 the condos embarked on an updating of facilites and required a new branding to bring it to comtemporary image.

     

    Silver Lion Created the branding, restructured and brought their website to present standards. Implemented a new

    communications system to present standards incorporating, phone, texting and email systems with one supplier.

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  • NORWALK INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL EXCHANGE

    The Norwalk International Cultural Exchange (NICE) is a Norwalk organization that seeks to promote and increase awareness of the diversity of peoples from around the world through arts and culture.

     

    The 2016 NICE Series will celebrate the rich global heritage and culture so evident in the music, food, art and talent of which we in Norwalk are so proud.

     

    NICE Festival Series 2016 will launch with a large multi-cultural festival in the summer of 2016.

     

    NICE will host dancers, musicians, vendors and local international restaurants; and encourage the community to spend the day together.

     

    NICE will endeavor to support global and local charitable organizations in their fight against the problems facing the modern world, which as we know, include poverty, hunger, sparse economic/educational opportunities, and slavery.

     

  • CARVER FOUNDATION OF NORWALK ANNUAL REPORT

    Founded in 1938 as a neighborhood community center, named the 2013-14 “Nonprofit of the Year” by the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce, Carver today is the largest provider of after-school programs for middle and high school students in Norwalk, CT. Carver’s Youth Development Program is conducted in the Carver Community Center and in Norwalk’s four middle and two high schools. Carver conducts an after-school program for K-5 students at the Carver Community Center called CASPER. Carver also offers college scholarship funds; conducts five separate summer learning programs, reaching more than 600 young people; winning basketball travel teams; international learning opportunities; parent programs; health and wellness programming; spring and fall college tours; food drives; community holiday events; and much more for the benefit of the Norwalk community.

     

     

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