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Thank you for assigning Lynn to us, and I hope she still wishes to continue to work with us . . . more
It's nice to hear from you. We still are pushing ourselves outside of our comfort zone to do better work. As requested, here's a testimonial and photo from me. "Even the best intentions are … more
The openness about what was needed to be done to re-engage our readers is better than ever before. more
It was absolutely worth it. . . . We would have never gotten here if we did this internally. more
Catholic New York joined the Creative Circle family several years ago, transferring their web site and getting lots of help and support. But this summer, they got a brand new site – for free – … more
Renamed The Rhode Island Catholic, the redesign launched on an accellerated schedule requested by Bishop Thomas J. Tobin, who had recently been named to the post. He thought the name change needed to be made as soon as possible. The print redesign was followed by the launch of a new web site two months later. more
"Your new design provides a format that not only makes Town Journal more attractive, but easier to navigate ... and the community loves it! We are still a work in progress, but you've given us a new direction. . ." more
PROVIDENCE, R.I.  – Readers in Baldwin County, Alabama, are enjoying a weekly newspaper with a new identity – The Baldwin Times, a countywide paper with a more relevant, modern … more
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – It’s a new day at the NewsTribune in La Salle, Illinois, where print circulation is up, and the leadership and staff are celebrating a turning of the tide. more
The ANC corporate site launched on a new version of our CMS that allows anyone to assemble pieces into a dynamic web display. In many ways, we can’t take credit for the design of this site because, while we created all the pieces, it's really the marketing team at ANC that assembled those pieces. more
It’s not just a redesign, it’s a rethink. Two months after the launch of the print redesign of The Sumter Item in Sumter, S.C., the changes are dramatic – satisfied readers, a … more
Our redesigns of print products improve your content for everything you do and we can still grow print audience and revenue. more
Instead of bemoaning the loss of old categories in classifieds, a strategy of developing new categories has turned into significant print classified revenue growth at the Times-Herald Record in Middletown, N.Y. more
"The oldest local newspaper gets an extreme makeover." That's how The Newport Daily News announced the launch of Mercury in March, 2005. The Newport Mercury was started in 1758 and had been … more
Creative Circle redesigned four weeklies in Denver's western suburbs – the Arvada Press, Golden Transcript, Lakewood Sentinel and Wheat Ridge Transcript. We also helped the management team with a … more
The Catholic Herald in Arllington, Va., was an award-winning paper before they came to Creative Circle about upgrading their print newspaper. But they got even better after their redesign. more
With six editions covering six diocese across the state of Florida, a production hub in Orlando and five bureaus answering to six different Bishops, the Florida Catholic redesign was a little more complicated than most! more