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John Jay College Of Criminal Justice

2Communiqué did a great job helping us to launch our new research magazine. Their extensive experience creating academic publications was a big reason we chose to work with them. Their team were all professional, friendly and responsive and willingness to answer all of our questions. The finished inaugural issue looks beautiful and works with our school’s overall branding, and we’ve had nothing but positive feedback from our readers!

Rachel Friedman, Research Communications Manager, Office for the Advancement of Research, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

An annual report is powerful communication when it illuminates the impact of an organization, and John Jay College’s research magazine Impact is a good example. Once a traditional publication full of headshots, lists, and accolades, the college decided to re-envision this central piece.  Taking a narrative approach for the print publication, a microsite was developed to share the statistics and financials. From cover-to-cover, the 24-page magazine became visually rich with bold fields of color, provocative visuals, and environmental portraiture. The digital version translates this robustness through multiple features and shorter articles.


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