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University of California - Berkeley

Project6 partners with major universities and colleges both near and far to represent their academic offerings, students, and the cutting-edge research of their faculty and departments. Whether you’re featuring the work of Nobel prize-winning scientists or neurosurgeons, Guggenheim fellows or advocates for the greater good, P6 can provide the strategy, branding, and design to meet your online goals. Project6 is an approved vendor of Stanford University, UCSF, and UC Berkeley. Contact Esten to discuss your project details how we can be your long-term partner: (510) 540-8005 ext. 100 or esten@project6.com UC Berkeley Print + Web projects for our neighboring university include: Arts + Design Initiative College Writing Programs Greater Good Magazine Greater Good Science Center Institute of Urban & Regional Development Parking/Transportation Physics Department Principal Leadership Institute (rubric) Study Abroad TRUST Center UCSF Branding, print, and Web projects for UCSF include: Brain Tumor Center California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center Campus Life Services Dentistry Division Department of Emergency Medicine Evidence to Policy Initiative Gladstone Institutes Global Health Sciences Healthforce Center SIREN Networks Student Academic Affairs Division Stanford University Web projects for the Cardinals include: California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative Faculty Staff Housing Freeman Spogli Institute Residential Homes Welch Road Apartments

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Rebecca Hargreaves, UCSF

Project6 helped us to envision an entirely new look and feel for our organization’s website, straddling the dual asks of adhering to our parent organization’s identity guidelines while creating a unique look that is easily navigated by our customers.

Rebecca Hargreaves, Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives, Center for the Health Professions at UCSF