This 54 page report was based around a collection of ‘I’ statements made by children and young people with complex lives. The document needed to be bright and engaging, and at the same time accessible and easy to navigate.
We developed colourful illustrations of children of all ages and races that broke up the layout and gave a face and personality to the ‘I’ statements that the content is built around.
Bath and North East Somerset CCG had just approved a new identity formed within the overarching NHS guidelines and needed it rolling out across their annual report.
Using our in depth knowledge of NHS branding restrictions we worked with the new branding elements to create a clean, professional document comprising of 116 pages including colour coded sections covering the strategic report, the governance and members’ report and the annual accounts
The Information Governance Alliance had a logo, but no further branding development, so Foundation took inspiration from the colours and style of the logo and produced a flexible interactive digital newsletter layout for their quarterly newsletter.
This design was so sucessfull we went on to apply the same styling to a variety of digital and printed marketing elements, including leaflets, folders, exhibition displays, powerpoint presentations, adaptive email template and posters to communicate their work and achievements.
Indiana Jo is a travel blogger and journalist who needed an identity to communicate her passion for travel and adventure. Taking inspiration from Jo’s dynamic attitude we developed a jungle themed style in a variety of colours ways.
Having agreed the overall branding, we then developed the look and feel for Jo’s wordpress blog, and supplied the necessary image elements required to achieve the design.
A clothing company aimed at plus height women, these brochures were designed to reflect the season of each range.
They have a casual, magazine-like layouts to draw in and engage the reader, enhancing the collections without distracting from the products themselves.
This fun identity was developed for a party planner specialising in children’s parties.
The design is bright, lighthearted and instantly recognisable.
This document showcased a years achievements for the North West’s social care Joint Improvement Partnership.
It was bright and positive, with a strong human factor. Taking inspiration from the logo, bubbles throughout the layout suggested ‘thought into action’.
Richard Farrington is a sculptor specialising in metal working, he needed a professional identity reflecting the style and philosophy of his art works.
We developed a logo mark based on one of his pieces, including a subtle worked metal background. This branding was then applied to his website and email template, allowing him to reach out to his followers and communicate his latest ideas and projects.
This 36 page document required careful consideration to represent this sensitive subject.
Using a combination of montage and ink work, a series of emotive images depicting a character battling against and eventually overcoming their mental health issues.
Inspiring Works works with people to facilitate leadership and team development and coaching, supporting individuals and teams to be the best that they can be and achieve sustainable business growth.
They needed a strong professional identity to communicate an organisation with a clear, calm outlook and aspirational objectives. We then went on to develop a range of postcards, posters and promotional items supporting the brand.
This 48 page report needed to show an extensive collection of statistics in an engaging and visual way.
We a combination of charts and infographics to communicate these results, transforming what could have been a very dry read into an interesting and accessible document.
This filofax style tool was developed to help keep on top of all the details and appointments that come with becoming a new mum.
From pre-conception to baby’s first birthday, this pocket sized book allows you to store all you information and notes in one portable place. We developed both the overall product design, plus the promotional print and web materials.
BKD Performers is a theatre school in Woking which provides a variety of dance, drama, acrobatics and singing classes for children and adults of all ages and abilities.
We have developed a wide range of leaflets, posters, banners and programmes promoting their various classes and events.
These marketing tools need to generate excitement, standing out from each other while clearly appearing within the same visual family.
Newham Maternity Services needed an identity and branding to promote the services they offered and more specifically increase attendance to maternity appointments.
We created a badge for the campaign based on the 9 month pregnancy cycle. Next, playing with the idea that new Mums are full of questions, we created a set of friendly, eye-catching characters based around typographic question marks, that formed the shape of a pregnant bump. The designs were then applied across a range of leaflets, posters and display panels, distributed in and around the hospital.
This suite of logos for the poker industry began with Pokerfuse, a poker news website. This initial identity was bold but formal, with the icon based on the concept of a bomb with a burning fuse.
The success of the brand meant the company soon branched out into other areas of the industry, including F5, PokerPro, PokerSheild and Roto Tracker, requiring look-feel development for the various websites, infographics, document templates and promotional materials across the range.
This 42 page booklet went to every home in the Newham area, and was a guide to all of the health services available throughout the region.
The design needed to be friendly and easy to navigate, so we developed some age/gender/ethnicity neutral characters to enliven the layouts, and colour coded the sections for easy access.
This positive practice handbook was aimed at staff in inpatient psychiatric services.
It needed to be calm and serious, enlivened with graphics representing stepping stones.
Bespoke Outside Catering is the mobile catering division of the award winning Hammer and Pincers restaurant.
The logo needed to communicate quality, indulgence and sophistication, so we developed a guilt leaf serving spoon logo mark, and created a clean simple website design to showcase example menu options.
Meeting the Challenge, Making a Difference is an 84 page handbook on supporting people with personality disorders.
Our client wanted to visually communicate some of the issues people struggling with PD can face, so we developed a set of illustrations based on service user quotes that showed some of the confusion and emotion a PD can actuate.
This short story was written by a Devon smallholder and shepherdess who wanted to share some of the adventures of one of her pups with the children who attend her sheepdog displays.
The illustrations were developed with the main action being in the black and white of a sheepdog, with the background as a bold single colour silhouette - a striking layout style that also allows children to colour in the characters themselves if the want to.
This document needed to communicate the confusion that can be felt when first encountering mental health services, while also illustrating the clarity this guide can provide.
We developed a neutral character who would appeal to any viewer, who’s journey we follow throughout the pages.
For over a decade we have been producing the British Society of Interventional Radiology newsletter, a bi-annual update for society members.
The serious and technical subject matter is reflected in this adaptable layout that is supplied in both a printed and digital format.
censhare, digital content management aficionados, wanted to promote the ‘future of digital publishing’ at an event with a pack of themed tarot cards.
We developed a series of dark and mysterious characters to illustrate the highlighted sectors in a fun and engaging way, reflecting both knowledge and personality.
The George, Alton, is a local pub with a creative and eclectic style.
They wanted to reflect this style, while retaining a sense of history and provenance within the town.
We developed a typographic style that recognises both vintage and modern, with a sense of fun and dynamism, carrying this through to the website design based on the pubs own interior decoration.
This new micro-brewery needed a strong, modern brand mark to reflect the clean taste of their beers and no-nonsense approach to brewing.
Here you can see the overarching 23/7 logo, plus a bottle label for one of their first brews, ‘MOnKEYdEviLBoy’.