2021 has been an interesting year to say the least. While it's been a rollercoaster of highs and lows, for all of us at Visual Dialogue the new projects we launched were definitely high points.
At Emerson College, the Fall 2021 semester presented a fresh start for students, and the perfect opportunity to greet alumni with a new Expression magazine.
If you find yourself exploring Boston with family and friends over the holidays, stop in to Faneuil Hall and our newly redesigned National Park Service visitor center.
If you’ve been through Allston recently, you may have noticed a new apartment building with a 4-story mural of an artist... painting a mural.
As students head back to school this fall, Riverview School on Cape Cod welcomes their students into a new fitness center with its bold supergraphics created by Visual Dialogue.
As Worcester reopens and the POW! WOW! public art festival begins, we’re shining a light on its most diverse neighborhood (with over 30 languages spoken): Main South.
If your summer travel plans include Nantucket—or even if they don’t—you can discover the best art on the island from your computer.
Looking for a destination for your next socially-distanced walk around Boston? Head over to the Common to learn about—and be inspired by—the Shaw 54th Regiment Memorial.
As we all begin to cautiously emerge from the last two months of lockdown, our remote team at Visual Dialogue has been working to help our clients and communities.
The corner market has always been the heartbeat of a neighborhood. The place you can go every day to pick up what you need and get the scoop on the local news.
It may be the smallest city in Massachusetts but it certainly has one of the biggest personalities. Vibrant, colorful, and unique, it’s time to see Chelsea in a whole new way.
There’s something for everyone in Central Square, Cambridge—a neighborhood with so many unique experiences it's hard to convey.
Peek behind the scenes at our process designing the Shaw 54th Regiment Memorial installation on WCVB’s Chronicle.
With so many great projects this year, we couldn’t pin down our favorite... Thanks to all our clients, collaborators, and friends—we look forward to working with you again in the new year.
On the site of the historic H.P. Hood dairy headquarters (with its iconic smokestack) rises a new mixed-use development with apartments, lab, office, retail, and open space.
Big changes are coming to Somerville. With a new T stop and development of the area around it, Union Square will become an even better place to live, work, and enjoy.
What was a foreboding no-man’s land under I-93 between the South End and South Boston has been transformed into an 8-acre urban park.
To celebrate the anniversary we worked closely with Director Sabrina Motley and Curator Erin Younger to create an online exhibition which tells the story of the Festival through 50 objects.
Congratulations to our founder Fritz Klaetke for being recognized as AIGA Boston’s 2016 Fellow for his significant contributions to excellence within the design community.
You may hazily remember Tavern in the Square from a few late nights in college, but now it’s a completely different experience.
As we celebrate our nation’s 240th Independence Day, we invite you to visit historic Faneuil Hall and “Boston Campaign Headquarters.”
Visual Dialogue’s Boston-themed pop-up shoppe 1630 has been extended two more weeks—our last day is now November 15th.
While Boston is a great city, it’s never had a great gift shop that celebrates the rich history here in a way that appeals to visitors and locals alike…until now.
What’s been missing from the Boston restaurant scene? How about a Mexican restaurant and bar inspired by the flavors, sounds, and culture of East L.A.
How does design shape the overall dining experience? As part of Design Museum Boston’s Design for Dining exhibition.
As the Boston Design Center sheds its dated image, our new site reflects its transformation into a mecca for all things related to interior design.
With the holiday shopping season in full swing, it’s time to spread some Good news. Boston’s go-to gift destination has just launched their first e-commerce site.
Working with restaurants we’ve learned that in order to survive you need to engage all the senses, not just taste. Today we introduce “Hungry for Design,” a review of the total restaurant experience.
When informed and energized citizens come together to make a difference, real change is made. Visual Dialogue partnered with Climate XChange, a group working to help solve the climate crisis.
Boston’s longest building is being reimagined by NYC-based Jamestown Properties and Visual Dialogue is helping tell the story.
Time flies—here’s a recap of Visual Dialogue’s year in 30 seconds. Thanks to all our clients, friends, and collaborators for a great 2013. Happy holidays and here’s to 2014!
Fall is back to school and back to Cambridge with the roll-out of our ad campaign for the Cambridge Office for Tourism.
When you think of a law firm, “personal” and “collaborative” aren’t the first words that come to mind. But those were the key insights that inspired this website and brand identity redesign.
How do you capture the attention of street-smart teens? MGH and The Charlestown Substance Abuse Coalition wanted to raise awareness of prescription drug abuse.
2013 marks our 25th year in business—punctuated by a Grammy award exclamation point. Thanks to our clients, colleagues, and friends who helped make it happen.
It’s always an honor when your industry acknowledges your work. As a creative agency, a 10-page spread in Communication Arts is hard to beat.
We’re back from LA and not empty-handed. Yep, as you may have heard, Woody at 100 won the Grammy for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition package.
From the folks behind The Blue Room and Central Bottle comes a new wine bar in Kendall Square called Belly. Visual Dialogue created.
The New York Times says,“The Guthrie boxed set is perhaps the most ambitious indication of the continuing revitalization of Folkways Records...” and we like to think our design had a hand in that.
Ok, so we know that alums of Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences are a smart crowd. Shouldn't the design of their alumni magazine be equally smart?
Eleven highlights from the past year at Visual Dialogue. Thanks to all our clients and collaborators. Happy holidays--here’s to a creative and successful 2012.
Following the success of Post 390, Visual Dialogue recently launched two new sites for the Himmel Hospitality Group.
If you’ve been wondering about those curvy blue mounds on Washington Street in Boston’s South End, here’s your answer.
Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology, “the single best introduction to America’s first great musical form” according to Time magazine (and designed by Visual Dialogue).
For all our happy hipster friends out there, Architizer features our “tree”—showing even holiday traditions can use an injection of design problem-solving.
AIGA Boston honors legendary type designer Matthew Carter. Fritz Klaetke was one of 13 local designers asked to graphically interpret a letter in Matthew’s name.
The smallest firm took home two of the biggest honors last night at the MITX Awards—the largest interactive awards competition in the country.
Following on the success of the Central Bottle launch, the owners of The Blue Room asked Visual Dialogue to refresh their logo and create a new website.
Based on the popular TV show and presented by AIGA Boston, Fritz Klaetke principal & design director of Visual Dialogue interviewed by Clif Stoltze.
Boston Magazine asked Visual Dialogue to submit a cover design for the annual “Best of Boston” issue.
From more than 500 entries submitted to the 2009 AIGA BoNE (Best of New England) Show, Visual Dialogue received 4 awards.
The Smithsonian Institution just launched new websites for The Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.
Just in time for the new year 5769, Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP) has a new brand identity created by Visual Dialogue.
On newsstands now, the latest issue of Dwell features the live/work space of Fritz Klaetke (Visual Dialogue) and Susan Battista (Topic 101).
Visual Dialogue covered a lot of ground in creating the brand identity and website for a new landscape architecture firm specializing in green roofs.