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It’s just part of the job for Kinon, who went on hiatus from New York-based firm Original Champions of Design last July to take on the role of the campaign’s design director. Kinon is tasked with creating and maintaining the campaign’s overall visual language, not unlike what OCD does for clients, including the WNBA, Friends of the High Line, and Girl Scouts of the USA. But Clinton is no ordinary client, and designing a presidential campaign is no ordinary job. The election’s battle lines are advancing and retreating on Twitter, Facebook, TV, T-shirts, buttons, and anywhere else you can imagine. Whereas President Obama’s message in 2008 could be neatly summed up in a single powerful “Hope” image, Clinton’s has to fight a war on all fronts. It has thusly fallen to Kinon to quietly craft the most sophisticated campaign design strategy ever. “I don’t think you follow formulas,” Kinon says. “I think authenticity comes … [Read more...] about Behind The Branding Of The Hillary Clinton Campaign