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thinking outside the square

Big changes are coming to Union Square in Somerville. With a new T station and the development of the area around it, Union Square will become an even better place to live, work, and enjoy. Visual Dialogue created the branding and website to introduce the project, called USQ, using the “square” as the starting point for both the logo and website. Stay tuned for more coming soon!

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donoghue barrett & singal brand identity and website
aiga boston fellow award
harvard graduate school of arts and sciences alumni magazine
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USQ branding & website
grill 23, harvest, and post 390 websites & advertising
national park service visitor center
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boston design center website
cambridge office for tourism advertising campaign
hms / mass eye & ear report
riverview school brand identity & website
mit center for cancer research brochure
massdevelopment springfield placemaking
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smithsonian institution websites
ica communications materials
tavitas branding & website
tavern in the square re-branding
moshe safdie book
jazz: the smithsonian anthology boxed set
belly wine bar branding
woody at 100 boxed set
sip interior redesign
combined jewish philanthropies brand identity
art institute of boston admissions materials
trademark brand identity & website
start me up identity & packaging
domino’s pizza sculpture
ground identity & website
kendall square at mit brochure
1630 pop-up shoppe
underground branding & experiential design
smithsonian folkways packaging
charlestown prescription drug awareness campaign
the innovation and design building website
barbara lynch restaurant group branding & websites
grammy acceptance speech
50 years/50 objects online exhibition