Grafik The Right Idea written on a brick wall

A Healthy Relationship

It’s not often you have a great client who always lets you do great work. But the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) has provided numerous opportunities for Grafik to do just that. Penny Murphy and Amanda Hall are extraordinary partners in that they consistently bring us in on projects where we can offer strategic insight and flex our creative muscles. They’re wonderful to work with because they value our perspective and really appreciate our work.

Recently, we helped them develop print ads showcasing both the value of specialist care, and the need for tort reform. The two sample ads shown here are just a few of the pieces we created. We hope to extend these campaigns soon, but right now we’re busy helping ACOG launch a microsite for their new online publication, pause magazine. I’ll have more to say about that in coming weeks, but for now I just wanted to say thanks to Penny, Amanda and Adam (the latest addition to the team) for making my job easier — and a heck of a lot more rewarding.

Cheers to good work and good clients.

Lady running through waves, ACOG
Lab coat hanging in a lab, ACOG

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