25 Years
 
 
25
YEARS

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Explore a quarter-century with 501creative...

 
1994

Karen first imagines a design firm that caters to nonprofit organizations

1995

Job 100 is born…an advertorial for Jewish Hospital in St. Louis

501creative is born out of the second bedroom of Karen’s apartment

1996

Karen meets and hires first full-time designer, Matthew Bacon

501 moves to new office space on the mezzanine level of the Library Limited building (now the home of Centene)

1997

Karen meets Nancy while getting a haircut…501 is forever changed into a massage-friendly firm

1998

First 501 baby is born…welcome baby Abby

1999

Andy joins 501creative

Move to office on Clayton Road

Move to office on Clayton Road
2000

Steve joins 501creative

2001

Sue joins 501creative

2007

Pedro joins 501creative

2008

Move to office in UCity Loop

Move to office in UCity Loop

Sue moves to Pennsylvania

Sue moves to Pennsylvania
2013

Move to office in CWE at corner of Union and Pershing

2014

Jeff joins 501creative

 
Thank You
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Some of Sue's most memorable projects from her 19 years with 501creative.
 
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St. Louis Public Radio

Receptive to creative, out-of-the-box ideas, St. Louis Public Radio allowed us, year after year, to create unique designs to promote their main fundraising event — Talk, Toast, Taste. To this day, this one still makes me smile.

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Longmeadow Rescue Ranch

A challenging project none-the-less — encompassing a new visual identity, capital campaign, website, print materials, donor recognition and signage for the ranch — the Longmeadow Rescue Ranch is by far one of my most proud accomplishments.

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Food for the Hungry

Working with one of my favorite clients — who took 501 to three non-profit organizations — the Food for the Hungry Annual Report was a designers dream — rich texture and unbelieveable photography makes this a stand-out.

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