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Graphic Design


When faced with removing language barriers from their communications materials, our government client engaged Red Carrot to evolve these materials from traditional government graphic designs to designs that were more modern and accessible.


Red Carrot supported our client through services such as graphic design, art direction, technical writing and editing, illustration, photography, website design and implementation, and marketing/media placement. We developed digital and ‘print-ready’ communications collateral, including posters, brochures, fact sheets, and flyers, to reach international audiences visiting a local field office. These materials are ADA-compliant and available in multiple languages in field offices nationwide and online to help eliminate language barriers.

Our creative team followed our client’s brand guidelines and Section 508. Red Carrot reviewed all final web products for 508-compliance by inspecting the document thoroughly, ensuring the document structure provided a logistical reading order, specified text language, tagged page content, form fields with descriptions, figures with alternate text, and tables with headers.

“The contractor is customer-oriented. The contractor has been responsive to the needs of the government. For example, when the government has needed to shift project priorities, the contractor was able to adjust project timelines based on the government’s project requirements. Also, the contractor, on many occasions, has voluntarily shifted their schedules to accommodate the needs of the government, i.e. coming into the office on telework days, switching personnel for quicker support, researching corrective actions to best meet project requirements beyond basic deliverable, working with government project manager to problem solve major issue with projects completed by prior contractors.” – Federal Government Customer