Above: A training session at The New York Times
Since 2006, Turnstone has been responding to the business challenges of small, medium, large and mega-clients across industry sectors. See below for featured case studies.
- Queens Museum of Art brand identity and wayfinding strategy
- Karsan Taxi of Tomorrow RFP response
- Design Trust Taxi07 fellowship
- dilys+asante collaborations
- A broadsheet newspaper: As the news goes digital, how can our seasoned, print-trained, graphic designers prepare to cross over, so they play nicely with the technology team?
- A NYC government agency: What would make New York City’s yellow taxi service greener and more accessible?
- A book publisher: As tablets arrive, how will reading experiences change, and what should the publishing industry do to prepare?
- A financial services corporation: What would the interface of a single, company-wide application look like?
- A premier ad agency: How will Twitter, Facebook and other shared media impact how our customers shop in-store over the next five years?
- An international car manufacturer: What kind of creative brief will ensure our design solution sets a global standard + fits the local context? How might a new NYC cab become a connected vehicle?
- A top-rank business school: How do we organize our campaign communications to ensure our key donors support us for the next decade?
- A landmark museum: What visual identity system and program of way-finding signage will orient museum visitors to, from and around our newly renovated building?
- A pioneering New York architect: How can our studio become a recognized thought leader in our field of professional practice? Be our authoritative voice.
- A multinational corporation: How do we bring our strategy workshops to life? Record our discussions with handdrawn pictures, to reveal more than note-taking and Powerpoint can.
For further review:
Turnstone’s client list, and links to their web sites, on the Clients page.
Turnstone’s published articles on the Writing page.
Turnstone’s presentations on the Talking page.
Turnstone’s graphic facilitation on the Scribing page.