Our Portfolio

Capital Consulting Corporation’s products represent a broad base of client services. Our products range from traditional print products, to Web-based products, to multi-media productions. Please click on each icon to see and read about each example, and click on each Web link to review our online portfolio.

Image 1: CCC graphic designers developed this original “ribbon” design for the Clinical Proteomic Technologies Assessment program (CPTC), National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes of Health. This design continues to be part of CPTC materials being developed.


Image 2: CCC produced an animated television series called “Fitness Fighters” for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), National Institutes of Health. This was part of a campaign to promote physical activity and reduce obesity among young teens. The illustration shows the characters in the series.


Image 3: For its 2010 Annual Meeting, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality used social media to update the public about the meeting and to collect comments from the public about their interests regarding the meeting. CCC supported the 2009, 2010, and 2011 Annual Meetings.


Image 4: CCC provided graphic and Web design, production, and writing and editing for the NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer program, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health. The picture is that of a Program Update cover, designed to showcase Year 2 of the Alliance.


Image 5: CCC developed two 5-year strategic plans for the National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health: one for 1999-2003 time period and one for 2004-2008. We developed original graphics, provided layout and design, and supported the strategic planning meetings logistically. We also provided writing and subject matter expertise to develop both plans.


Image 6: CCC designed, edited, and produced this brochure for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Department of Water to recruit new scientists. The brochure was targeted to college and graduate students.


Image 7: CCC designed and produced fact sheets for the National Institutes of Health Office of the Director, Office of Science Policy, concerning the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Information Quality Bulletin for Peer Review.


Image 8: CCC prepared the report, Stem Cells: Scientific Progress and Future Directions, for the Office of Science Policy, Office of the Director, National Institutes of Health. For this report, which was produced in under 45 days, we provided science writers, graphic artists and illustrators, editors, and desktop publishers, and printed the initial copies of the report.


Image 9: CCC staff regularly write articles for the NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Web site.


Image 10: CCC provided substantive editing, original artwork, and layout and design for this White Paper for the Human Heredity and Health in Africa (H3 Africa) project launch. In addition, CCC provided full logistical support for the first full project meeting, which was held in Cape Town, South Africa in March 2011.


Image 11: CCC created original art for posters to highlight The Cancer Genome Atlas program and the Clinical Proteomic Technologies for Cancer program, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health.


Image 12: The NIH Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) Program was initiated in 2005 as an outgrowth from the NIH Roadmap. The Roadmap identified the most compelling opportunities for cross-cutting impact on the progress of medical research. Among the many opportunities identified, priority was placed on partnerships between the public and private sectors to provide additional models for conducting biomedical research in an increasingly complex world. The PPP Program was created as a resource for NIH staff in establishing and sustaining public-private partnerships, to coordinate NIH PPP activities, and to provide advice and connections for NIH and potential partners as new partnership ideas are generated. CCC was asked to design and develop marketing materials for the PPP Program and to base our design on the PPP name. Our team developed a logo design, fact sheets, a folder, brochure, Web banner, and the inaugural newsletter. We currently provide editing and production support for the quarterly editions of the newsletter.


Image 13: The Innovative Molecular Analysis Technologies (IMAT) program was established to support the development, technical maturation, and dissemination of novel and potentially transformative next-generation technologies through an approach of balanced but targeted innovation. In support of its mission, the IMAT program utilizes a variety of investigator-initiated research project grant mechanisms while retaining a strong commitment to diversity and to the training of scientists and clinicians in cross-cutting, research-enabling disciplines. CCC created an original logo design for the IMAT program, which appears on all their programmatic materials, and designed and currently maintains their Web site at http://innovation.cancer.gov.


Image 14: CCC supported the Office of the Director, Office of Science Education (OSE) clearinghouse. This is a sample of a series of over 25 Curriculum Supplements that were produced under contract, and housed at our clearinghouse location. These supplements were among materials taken to OSE’s conferences along with their exhibit. We were responsible for maintaining the inventory for these Supplements as well as other clearinghouse materials.


Image 15: CCC designed and constructed this exhibit booth, along with a tabletop exhibit and two roll-up exhibits for the Office of the Director, Office of Science Policy and Planning, Program on Public-Private Partnerships.


Image 16: CCC supports all of the Clinical Proteomics Technologies for Cancer, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health program activities, including logistical support for meetings.


Image 17: CCC supports all of the Office of Physical Sciences in Oncology, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health program activities, including logistical support for meetings.


Image 18: CCC provided full logistical support for the Human Heredity and Health in Africa (H3 Africa) initiative, jointly sponsored by the National Human Genome Research Institute and the Wellcome Trust. The first meeting was held in Oxford, England in August 2010. We also supported the March 3-5, 2011 meeting in Cape Town, South Africa.


Image 19: CCC provided full logistical support for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s 2009, 2010, and 2011 Annual Meetings. All three meetings were attended by more than 1,500 persons. We supported large plenary sessions, multiple concurrent breakout sessions, an exhibit program, a cyber café, and poster sessions.


CCC supports all of the Office of Biorepositories and Biospecimen Research program activities, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, including logistical support for meetings.


Image 21: CCC provided full logistical support, domestic and international travel, and Web design and development for this 750-person project initiative kick-off meeting for the Office of Science Policy and Planning, Office of the Director, National Institutes of Health.


CCC provides writing, editing, content management, and design of the following Web sites for the NCI’s Center for Strategic Scientific Initiatives:

Key audiences for these sites include researchers; clinicians; scientific managers; technology developers; policy experts, regulatory and government officials; ethicists; and patients, advocates, and members of the general public.