The Berman Institute recently received funding that would facilitate it’s faculty to contribute to current debates and emerging issues in the ethics of health care, science and public health in cases where they have something helpful/useful to offer. They would provide timely and concise information through outlets and mechanisms widely available to the public.
Designers Alex Roche, Tyler Stefanich, and Nathan Nash have spent the past few months working with the Berman Institute to develop an identity and website for their Bioethics Bulletin, which houses recent and past articles relating to bioethics.
The full website can be see at http://www.bioethicsbulletin.org.
Above: Official primary mark for the Bioethics Bulletin.
Above: The primary logotype is easily built up or broken down. The addition of rings symbolizes the broadcasting of information from a central hub-- the Bioethics Bulletin.
The information is spread and interpreted. With the added rings, the logo becomes infinitely variable and dynamic, mirroring much of the diverse content that the Institute deals with.
Above: Screen captures from Bioethics Bulletin video bumper
It's been a pleasure working with the Berman Institute on this project and we are excited to continue working with them over the summer.