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About Us

WHY CHOOSE US

We've worked in non-profits and the community; now we want to work for you.

Multi-Faceted Design

For us, design is not just about aesthetic; it is about function, meaning, and behavior.  We approach each design project with social marketing lens.  We want your project, logo, branding, and/or message to resonate and motivate.

Responsive Support

Audiences access information in a variety of different ways:  mobile, tablet, laptop, PC, etc.  We ensure that your design project can fit and function in those digital spaces.

Modern Design

We want your website or design project to reflect the amazing work and dedication of your non-profit or community organization.

Tailored Consultation

The needs of your organization and cause are unique and can change quickly–we offer consultation on a variety of topics and concepts to help you reach your goals.

Evidence-Informed Creativity

Research and Creativity are not mutually exclusive.  We integrate fun, innovative design with a scientific foundation.

We Come To You

Limited budget capacity shouldn’t hold you back from marketing your organization and cause.  We meet you where you’re at financially, professionally, and geographically.

LINSEY & JAMES

Linsey and James started this social marketing firm to help a friend out with graphic and web design for her community coalition.  After working for multiple non-profits, government, and academia, they saw a need for better strategic communication, visual and digital design, and social marketing.

In 2014, eunoia Media Lab was born.

Partners in life and business, Linsey and James bring complementary skills to the business.  James is an applications developer with a background in exercise science and health.  If there is a tech question or issue, James is your computer nerd.  Linsey is a self-taught graphic and web designer with a passion for public health.  She started as an art education major and fell into public health as a career path but continued to incorporate design into her degree.  Fortunately, she found social marketing and was able to use her design talents for public health and social change initiatives.

They live in sunny St. Petersburg, Florida with their two cats in Historic Roser Park.  When they are not running eunoia, Linsey and James enjoy rock climbing, traveling, brewing beer, and dabbling in amateur photography.

FEATURED LOCAL PARTNERS

We can't do this incredible work alone. Meet our fantastic local partners and friends.

SAVANNAH LAUREN SHEALY
SAVANNAH LAUREN SHEALY
Photographer
LEILA MARTINI
LEILA MARTINI
Principal, Olive Branch Research, LLC
MELISSA LANG
MELISSA LANG
Designer + Entrepreneur, Wondertastic Studio
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LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

Check out our cool work and recent happenings here at eunoia Media Lab!

Art and science. Left brain and right brain. Analytics and emotion. Science gives us explanations, but art gives those explanations meaning. Naturally, these disciplines overlap and have overlapped for as long as both have existed. Today we discuss a few prominent scientific illustrators throughout history, then we talk to Dr. Eliza Wolfson, microbiologist turned scientific

What is the role of public health in emergencies or disaster scenarios? Let’s find out! You might be surprised that it’s a pretty new sub-discipline of public health even though disasters have been happening since forever. www.fema.gov www.training.fema.gov www.phe.gov/preparedness/support/esf8 Other things mentioned during today’s episode: “American Gods” by Neil Gaiman “Broad City” on Comedy Central

*As a warning, this episode mentions things that some listeners might find disturbing (sexual trauma, drug abuse, and strong language).* In honor of National Recovery Month, we talk with two amazing women and advocates, Kellie Walker and Toni Reynolds, as they tell their recovery stories. We also discuss the intersections of public health, addiction, and

Yellow Fever, the Great American Eclipse, an Emoji-Based Political Feedback System, and more! This week we reflect on the past few episodes of Viral, including our poopisode, cancer epidemiology, public health advocacy, climate change, and global health. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and review us on Apple Podcasts. Also, you can subscribe

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