For Notre Dame's new Poverty Studies Interdisciplinary Minor, the university needed a brochure that would illustrate how the program fit within the larger educational mission of the university. The final design took a fresh approach to cost effectively distributing materials to students.
Clear Lens Exchange: A Closer Look at Clearer Vision
What is Clear Lens Exchange?
It's an unavoidable fact of life that aging and reading glasses go hand-in-hand.
For most people, it's a fact they would just as soon ignore. The good news is that today there are vision correction options that may be able to reduce or eliminate your dependence on glasses. One of those options is clear lens exchange, a new approach to vision correction that uses proven surgical techniques to achieve dramatically improved vision for many patients.
This brochure was designed to promote LASIK Vision Correction for Grossnickle Eye Center. Text and design by Kelly Roberts.
In the 20 years since the surgeons at Grossnickle Eye Center first began restoring vision, there have been exciting advances in vision correction. For many people, there are now options that can permanently correct vision problems, thus reducing or eliminating the need for glasses or contacts.
As cataract surgeons and corneal specialists, our surgeons are on the cutting edge of advances in these new technologies, including the LASIK vision correction procedure. To our patients, we bring the highest possible standards both in technology and care. We've done this by recruiting some of the region's finest surgeons who are supported by exceptionally qualified and highly trained staff.
The Center for Social Concerns is the community-based learning and research center of the University of Notre Dame.
This brochure describes how the Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame assist faculty members in applying their expertise to fulfill the University's civic mission through both teaching and research.
Faculty Collaboration Brochure
At the Center for Social Concerns, we seek to encourage civic participation through pedagogy and scholarship.