The City of Baltimore was distinguished for its energy saving campaign in local government buildings and courthouses. Posters were displayed prominently in lobbies and near elevators, and e-mail campaigns were shared with all employees. Bright ideas help lower Baltimore’s energy bills, Baltimore Sun : Enter Tighty Lighty, a cartoon light bulb and energy-saving superhero that […]
The Baltimore Sun By Justin Fenton June 14, 2005 When Baltimore officials needed help bringing down the city’s energy costs, they turned to a cartoon light bulb and common sense. Everyone knows it’s wise to turn off the lights when leaving a room, but city officials say this was a new concept to some city […]
Baltimore City implemented a 311 system in 2001. But this wasn’t just a call center, it also included citizen web reporting. Over 75 public services, from streetlights and potholes to water breaks and missed trash collections were cataloged, and tracked for results by the CitiStat program. According to About.com: In 2001, Mayor Martin O’Malley launched […]
Bond campaigns consisted of brochures and posters published by the Baltimore City Department of Planning. I designed the public information consisting of brochures, posters and other collateral materials for three election campaigns.
Once our emblem for Baltimore was created, it was applied to new construction signs for all Department of Public Works projects throughout the city. Contractors were provided the template for the 4×6′ notice. Messaging was context-specific. If the development was near a residential area, it would read “Neighborhoods First,” and if it was a commercial […]