The City of Campbell Museum is owned and operated by the City of Campbell in public trust. It serves as an archive of the Campbell area's history to be perused by both locals and those from afar. The museum interprets the history of the city from its pioneer beginnings to today by means of innovative and meaningful programs. Management invite you to visit their museum to find your place in the history and future of the City of Campbell.
In a digital era where the definition of good design is in constant flux, many brands are looking to re-brand aspects of their business to coincide with the standards of 2019. The City of Campbell Museum utilizes many forms of stationary including membership cards, letter heads, guest passes and brochures. The designs of these stationary items were all of an outdated standard. Thus, Project 100 were employed with the responsibility of designing and re-branding these aspects of the museum.
The team at Project 100 presented the City of Campbell Museum with a set of designs that were consistent with the vision, re-brand and color scheme of their museum. Our project manager and the client then worked together on modifications before pinpointing what best suited the brand. The City of Campbell Museum now promote a strong, and versatile design to be ultilized across their stationary products.