emily goldstein | principal

 

Emily Goldstein  [ "m" ]  has over 20 years of professional graphic design experience. Her unique conceptual ability and sophisticated typography skills have enabled her clients to maintain strong images in today’s complex and changing business environment. Her years of experience working as an information architect have resulted in an exceptional ability to analyze, organize and present information clearly.

Emily holds a Master’s Degree in Publications Design from the University of Baltimore, a BA from Franklin and Marshall College, and a Certificate in Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She teaches and mentors students at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and has served on the board of the AIGA Baltimore Chapter.

m design is now celebrating 12 years of business!

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identity

brand strategy
logo development
naming
stationary systems
brand applications

 

print

brochures
annual reports
invitations
presentations
posters
collateral

 

environmental

exhibit / display
signage
tradeshow booths
nfographics

 

information architecture

research
content management
wireframes
site architecture maps
navigation system

 

 

 

universities + schools

Afya Public Charter School
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Kipp: Ujima Village Academy
Towson University
Tunbridge Public Charter School
University of Baltimore: Merrick School of Business
University of Baltimore: School of Law
University of Baltimore: Yale Gordon College of Liberal Arts
University System of Maryland

 

 

 

corporate + non-profit

ABC Box Company
Afya Baltimore, Inc.
American Academy of Pain Management
American Podiatric Medical Association
Arisaph Pharmaceuticals
Ayers Saint Gross Architects
Baltimore Improv Group
Bernstein Management Corporation
Brillio
Carroll Independent Fuel Company
Cognizant Technology Solutions
Creative Carving Company
Design For Context
Dirt Killer Pressure Washers
Double Positive
Dwell Real Estate Group
Dyslexia Tutoring Program
Educational Industry Association
Engine Performance
Fila
Garbis Dental Associates
Greater Homewood Community Corporation
Hamilton Associates
Hawkeye Construction
Imaging Research Center
Inside Out Design
Institute of Neuromorphic Engineering
Kimberly Clark
LeRoy E Hoffberger
Life Plan Financial Services
Local Wisdom
MDV Interactive
Maryland Legal Services Corporation
MeQuilibrium
Millennium Chemical
Mind Inventions
North American Alliance for Jewish Youth
Novartis
Nurture Marketing
Physical Therapy First
PracticallyGreen.com
Southern Galvanizing
Spectrum K12 School Solutions
Sturgill, LLC
T. Rowe Price
Tactical Network Solutions
The Cal Ripken Sr., Foundation
Think Again Media
WellDoc, Inc.

 

 

pro-bono

Advocates for Survivors of Torture and Trauma
Appel Stoneworks
B More Fit
Baltimore City College
Boys Hope Girls Hope
Building Steps
Kellogg Venture Community
Maryland Mentoring Partnership
Meadow Mill Athletic Club
Production Advantage
Rhythm Performance Music
The Deborah L. Natansohn Foundation

 

 
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studio

Built in the late nineteenth century, our studio building, located in Baltimore's historic Woodberry, was originally a cotton duck mill. Many of the original architectural features of the structure still remain, including 25ft-high ceilings, large windows and working tilt-in transoms.

The building now houses restored offices and studios for artists, photographers, craftsmen and small businesses. Our's is a breezy, light-filled space conducive to creativity. Because we believe in collaboration, m design is thrilled to be sharing this rustic, factory space with two architects, two experience designers and one dog. Come visit us!