PDI Creative Portfolio Samples

Vermont Department of Aging and Disabilities

Campaign to promote a helpline for Seniors. TV, print, radio and collateral.

Pace Vermont

Service introduction materials: logo, brochure, signage and branded merchandising items.

United Way of Vermont

Campaign to introduce VT’s 211 information and referral line.

Vermont Department of Health

Display panel to represent (and explain) the Blueprint for Health, Vermont’s plan for implementing a preventive series of public health programs.

Vermont Departments of Health and Education

Campaign brochure to encourage teams of teachers and parents to organize on behalf of students to implement healthy eating, exercise and learning.

Porter Hospital

Ad campaign to introduce a new facility that houses 2 key services.

Vermont Center for Independent Living

Calendar and brand introduction. Calendar marks significant dates in the history of Independent Living.

Client: Center for Healthy Learning

PDI implemented a rewards campaign in local coffee houses that also enagled participants to enter a drawing to win concert tickets.

Fletcher Allen Health Care

Corporate Identity, Campus wide Signage and Wayfinding system, including Satellite Campuses.

Robyn Warhol

An internationally-recognized theorist of narrative who has shared her expertise across the U.S. as well as in China, Germany, Belgium, and Great Britain. She analyzes the ways stories are constructed and received in popular culture and in literature. Her special interests include the differences gender can make in the ways people tell, read, and use stories to make things happen in the world.

In collaboration with Dr. Rita Charon, Director of the Program in Narrative Medicine at Columbia University Medical School, Robyn has trained medical students at Case Western Reserve University in better ways of listening to the stories patients tell. The structure of a story can give a physician as much information as the details of its content
For Having a Good Cry, Robyn researched how TV soap operas, novels, advertisements, and movies work to make audiences cry, as well as the reasons why fans of the “weepy” genre keep going back for more. The book makes a case for the positive value of people’s bonding over the good cry.
Robyn’s most influential books have been Feminisms and Feminisms Redux, co-edited with Professor Diane Price Herndl. Widely used in college and university classes on women’s writing and literary theory, the first and second editions of Feminisms helped establish the “must-read” list for feminist literary criticism. The library journal Choice praises Feminisms Redux for being “even more accessible to readers outside the academy than earlier editions.”

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