Higher education

St. Clair County Community College

In 2017, the college removed the numeral “4” from its logo, requiring a revamp of the graphics files and a redesign of the logotype. The four-line logotype is shown next to the reimagined primary logo.

Special logo developed for the college’s student theatrical production group.

With the opening of the SC4 Fieldhouse in 2017, the athletic department requested a standard logo look for all of the college’s athletic teams.

Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers (MACRAO)

MACRAO celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2021. This art deco-inspired special logo played off the regular logo, adding a vertical gold “100”.

Michigan Community College Admissions Directors (MCCAD)

MCCAD launched a new website in 2019, this logo was developed for the site as the group had never had a formal logo.

Grand Valley State University Alternative Breaks

GVSU’s Alternative Breaks student organization provides service learning opportunities to its members, including an annual field trip during traditional spring break.

Grand Valley State University Transfer Together

GVSU’s admissions department piloted a program to encourage community college students to transfer to the university together.


MichiganNEXT is a proposed newsletter and podcast covering the future of higher education in the state of Michigan.


Britt Manufacturing

Britt Manufacturing is a company in Port Huron Township, Michigan, that does specialty parts coating work.

Majority Controls

Majority Controls of Port Huron, Michigan, designs and produces automation and robotics control systems.

K-12 education


Pro-Solve Educational Services provided math-based learning systems, including a competitive, national math competition.

Community theater

The Borderline Theatre Group

The Borderline Theatre Group is a non-profit, live theater production company based in Port Huron, Michigan.

The St. Clair Theatre Guild

The St. Clair Theatre Guild was a non-profit, live community theater group based in Saint Clair, Michigan. It closed in 2022 after 60 years of service.