Our philosophy is simple at Rx Creative Lab: less isn’t more; less is better. Access to information has never been greater. The key to member retention is not through more information, but the right information at the right time, communicated in the right way. Your members are busy, and will only take time to digest content that makes a difference to the communities they serve. We can help you rethink your approach to member communications.
The American Society of Clinical Oncology asked us to design a new online-only journal, which would provide varied content to members.
The American Society of Hematology contacted us to help them brand and design their new online-only journal.
The American College of Prosthodontists asked us to develop a concept for their upcoming annual meeting.
The American Association of Immunologists (AAI) asked us to redesign its Media Kit to one that could be used for future years.
We donated a brand study, communications audit, design strategy and rebrand to this amazing non-profit.
JBJS came to us to help review their existing visual brand, and to help plan and execute the new visual direction.
The American Academy of Pediatrics knew it was time to rebrand Pediatrics in Review, a monthly review journal.
NEJM Group asked us to create engaging, informative and compelling marketing collateral to promote their self-assessment learning tool.
We worked with The American College of Chest Physicians to redesign their journal, CHEST, to reflect their new brand.
We created a campaign for the American Optometric Association to promote two members only benefits: EyeLearn and AOA Connect.
The American Academy of Pediatrics asked us to rebrand their journal devoted to pediatric hospital medicine.
The Society of Gynecological Oncology came to us to create the look for an international campaign to raise awareness of and help eradicate gynecological cancer.
The American Academy of Pediatrics needed a redesign of their website devoted to careers in pediatrics.
The American Diabetes Association asked us to redesign the interior of two journals: Diabetes and Diabetes Care. Their layouts were severely outdated and heavy.
Our ongoing relationship with The American Academy of Pediatrics has allowed us to update their flagship journal, Pediatrics, as it evolves.