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2016 GIVING




2016 Top honors




2017 Top honors




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2017 TOP HONORS: JM Design wins Gold from Hermes Creative Awards for the design of social media ads for an Instagram site for the Society of American Florists International Women's Day on behalf of Dani Mackey Communications.  The Hermes Creative Awards is an International Creative Competition and judges approximately 6,000 entries form the U.S. and many other countries.  


December 2016: JM Design chooses the Milwaukee Rescue Mission for their annual giving donation on behalf of our clients for the many opportunities they have provided this past year. 


​2016: JM Design wins top honors from Hermes Creative Awards. Platinum for the Defense Industry Adjustment, Playbook on behalf of Anthology Communications.  A Gold for the design of the Guiding Life logo; and an Honorable Mention for the VA Serves Us campaign for the Veterans Association on behalf of Anthology Communications. It was a great honor to receive these awards on behalf of our clients. 


​​2012: JM Design wins four awards for its communications work for the World Food Program USA. Platinum Award for the 2011 George McGovern Award Ceremony program. A Gold Hermes and a Communicator Award of Distinction for the 2010 annual report. A Communicator Award of Distinction for the awareness brochure. 

2011: JM Design wins four top awards. A Gold Hermes Creative award for publications and an honorable mention for design of the marketing brochure for Archbishop Carroll High School. A Gold Hermes Award for community relations, and a Platinum Award for design and illustration of the “Where is Public Health” fact sheet series for the Campaign for Public Health Foundation. 


2010: JM Design wins Platinum twice! Hermes Creative and MarComm Creative Awards honors JM Design in the category of overall publication design for HOPE Magazine, a 38 page, full-color magazine focusing on children suffering from life altering medical issues. The magazine was fully funded with a grant from the California HealthCare Foundation on behalf of my client, Children’s Hospice and Palliative Care Coalition.