Harvard Business School
Stoltze has worked with Harvard Business School on a variety of projects ranging from viewbooks and other collateral to websites and presentations.
The central idea for this admissions brochure, “You can hear it in their voices,” came from a speech given by the HBS Dean which positioned the students, rather than the impressive physical campus, as HBS’s most significant asset. The use of student portraits and quotes personalizes and adds variety to the content.
Stoltze Design also redeveloped the school’s recruiting materials. The recruiter’s guide pairs student portraits with essays from students that answer the question Mary Oliver poses in her poem The Summer Day,
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”