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We specialize in helping non-profits, healthcare/medical, advocacy and educational organizations stand out, build awareness, raise funds and inspire action. We also love partnering to launch startups. 

Our passion is social responsibility and we have a special place in our hearts for projects impacting the autism community. Among some successes are helping to secure a $3.5 million grant, designing educational pieces that have taught over 63,000 children all over the world about autism, creating a college guide and job portal brand for young adults. Other work includes helping lead the fight against kidney disease through a society rebrand, which helped grow the organization's membership by 21%.

Lisa Cain Design has won numerous awards and has been featured in magazines, apps and on various projects. We've been named a "Person to Watch" and a "Socially Responsible Designer."

If you’re looking to stand out and build awareness around your organization, specific program or service, I’d love to talk about your mission and next steps. We're looking forward to helping you make a greater impact and realize your goal.


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What clients are saying...

“Lisa Cain Design has been an integral part of rebranding the Society for the 21st century. I marvel at her creative vision and ability to work with non-designers to turn their ideas into reality. One only needs to compare the current image of this organization with the one that existed before she came along to understand the extent of her extraordinary talent.”      

Benjamin Carver, Producer, Media Services,  
American Society of Nephrology

"Lisa's award-winning work on the National Autism Indicators Report was excellent. She listened and responded to our design preferences, provided creative and clear visuals throughout the project, and was timely in her interactions to help us stay on deadline. Always professional. Highly talented!"    

Anne Roux, Research Scientist at Life Course Outcomes Research Program, 
A.J. Drexel Autism Institute