The National Atomic Testing Museum

The National Atomic Testing Museum (NATM) is a national science, history and educational institution that tells the story of America’s nuclear weapons testing program at the Nevada Test Site. The Museum uses lessons of the past and present to better understand the extent and effect of nuclear testing on worldwide nuclear deterrence and geo-political history. They are an affiliate of the Smithsonian.

Battle Mission:

The National Atomic Testing Museum (NATM) came to Battle Born Design in 2013. Battle Born Design was hired to create the branding for their Cold War Warriors program, an estate planning fundraising program. From there we designed marketing materials in conjunction with the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce designed to draw in visitors to the museum.

Web:

In 2015 NATM came to Battle Born Design for a complete redesign of their website and online brand. Their existing website and online image gave the museum more of a studious, government feel. But we knew that the subject matter was more fun than what the existing branding reflected. Battle Born Design wanted to give the NATM’s brand more pop – pop culture that is! 50’s style! The Atomic Warfare your grandparents were warned about! And that’s exactly what we did! Now Miss Atomic Bomb takes center stage right alongside the Area 51 Alien!

The National Atomic Testing Museum is located in Las Vegas, and it is a destination spot! And now they have a website as rich, exciting and explosive as their history!

And check out the web store! We designed their eCommerce site, too!

Check it out:  www.NationalAtomicTestingMuseum.org

Battle Weapons:

Graphic Design:

•    Brochures
•    Flyers & Mailers
•    Newspaper & Magazine Ads
•    Promotional Materials

Web Design:

•    Corporate Website
•    eCommerce Website

Photography:

•    Fundraisers/Dinners

Special Projects:

•    Research & Analysis
•    Content Creation
•    Professional Editing
•    Product Branding/Re-Branding
•    Executive Search & Recruitment

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