Category: Design Commentary


June 14, 2016

Q&A with Christa M. Crane, Loeb & Loeb’s Chief Client Development and Marketing Officer

“We knew the process was going to be iterative and we needed a firm who would exhibit amazing design savvy and creativity but also respect our firm’s cultural restraints…the Corey team found that balance. They were partners in the exercise from the beginning.”

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October 29, 2015

Our 6 picks for college art museums in Boston

After working with our client Mount Holyoke College Art Museum to refresh their identity and website, Corey has been reflecting on the importance of art museums on college campuses. Not just a culture-filled escape from the hustle and bustle of a busy campus, college art museums are integral in bringing lectures to life and providing cultural context for a variety of lesson plans.

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August 7, 2015

The Ballad of Ryan Evans

‘Twas in the Town of Water in 1995,

The stuff on our computers began to come alive.

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June 30, 2014

IFC (International Finance Corporation), Member of the World Bank Group

SUSTAIN: Cutting-edge Business Solutions Magazine

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May 28, 2014

Data and the Designer: Michael McPherson shares his thoughts on Data Visualization

People from all walks of scholarship, research, and business have sought more meaningful ways to analyze and communicate data since 2nd century Egyptians organized astronomical information into more easily scan-able charts to aid navigation. Today, for a variety of reasons – from the need to interpret Big Data to the dominance of mobile interfaces, data visualization is a hot topic.

We recently sat down with Michael McPherson, partner and creative director of Corey McPherson Nash, to talk about how he became interested in data visualization as both a designer and business person.


March 31, 2014

Powerful in Pink

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What do T-Mobile, Barbie, Evian, Dunkin Donuts, Victoria’s Secret, and LG have in common?

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December 5, 2012

Designers Connect through Cultural Exchange @ COREY

Friday, November 30th was far from typical at Corey McPherson Nash (COREY).
D Jeong, our creative director, welcomed Korean designers with 안녕하십니까 (annyeong hashimnikka) or Good Morning. Many of the Korean designers that attended had not known of her cultural background until she had started speaking in Korean during the small group sessions that coalesced at the COREY studio tour. The studio tour was part of DMI’s (Design Management Institute) “Advanced Design Management and Innovation Workshop” and COREY was delighted to host Korean designers, advertisers, and other industry attendees. The studio tour allowed participants to interact, network, and gain perspective into how other designers approach a business challenge.

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August 3, 2012

Some of Our Favorite Brands

Some of the COREY team shared their insight into their favorite brands.  We asked folks to come forward with their favorite brand and their connection with it.  From the well-known MET to the unsung Bodum, we have pretty eclectic tastes and some surprising answers.  Take a look.

Angelina’s Pick: “Bodum is one of my favorite brands.  I not only admire their great product design but also a cohesive high-quality experience across all touch-points of the brand.  Starting with the packaging, through desktop and mobile and ending with social it’s consistently strong, bold and recognizable.  They are the Apple of the food industry!”

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April 25, 2011

Week in Events: Our Thoughts on Pecha Kucha 22 and the 37th Annual Dwiggins Lecture

PechaKucha Boston Logo & Luba Lukova Lecture Poster

Last week, we were lucky enough to attend two design events in town – Boston’s 22nd PechaKucha event and Club Oberon, and the 37th annual Dwiggins Lecture in the Boston Public Library. We asked each other questions to share our thoughts on these events with you on the Bulb, and invite you to contribute to the conversation.


January 28, 2011

The best album cover of 2010?

Album artwork is a pretty subjective thing. Take, for instance, the comments section of this article on NPR.

Instead of going the “best of” route, we’d love to hear about your favorite album cover of this past year and why you thought it stood out.

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