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McCall Design Studio, Visual Communications (dmvisual) is your loyal partner for brand communication needs long-term. Based in the Metropolitan Washington DC Area, we build value for your organization or business by creating effective visual communication solutions. Together, we design custom identities for your specific enterprise objectives. As industry leader, McCall continues on-going development to serve you best.
McCall, the studio's Executive Creative Director, founded an over 25 year legacy of expertise, working direct with CEOs, Senior Management, Diverse Directors, Doctors, Technicians, Lab Scientists, as well as collaborating with other Marketing and Communication professionals and media, helping build successful communications in our communities and nationally. Specialties are Healthcare, Nonprofits, Education, Associations, Military, and Businesses. Recently, McCall was selected Military Entrepreneur by Inc. of N.Y.C.
McCall has created with and established/managed/art directed visual corporate identity for American Red Cross spanning over two decades; formed communications solutions with the United States Navy, the University
of Pennsylvania and Texas A&M University, among others. Clients Served
CEO Awards for helping clients exceed yearly goals; and 2012, 2010, and
2009 Communicator Awards for brand campaigns exceeding industry standards in quality and excellence from the International Academy of
has taught higher education Visual Communications in the Metro DC Area.
of Art and Design, and continued her education at Rhode Island School of Design. McCall got her start at design studios and advertising firms of Metro Philadelphia & Surrounding Areas; and then expanded to work direct with organizations and enterprises, serving clients like you for over 25 years. Together, we create image for your business! Contact Us!
“Design is to conceive; invent. To form a plan for. To intend. A pattern.
An intention.” —Webster’s
the exchange of thoughts, messages.” —Webster’s