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BRANDING// DO THE NUMBERS ADD UP?

The face of your company or organisation needs to be the sum of who you are and what you stand for. A brand has many elements: colours, words, photography, logos, ads… many of which may have been independently developed over … Continue reading

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LATEST WORK// NHS MENTAL HEALTH PROJECT

Work in progress – a re-brand of a local NHS adolescent psychiatric unit. Our proposals include a brand identity, responsive design website, service user handbook, promotional and guide to services print collateral. The concepts are challenging, sometimes uncomfortable, visualising the … Continue reading

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DOWN ON THE FARM

School’s out! And just in time we’ve refreshed the branding for Honeybrook Family Farm and Riverside Park. The new adverts, banners and leaflets are aimed at a younger crowd and we hope all the cute critters attract many more visitors … Continue reading

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TREND// LUXE

Its often said us designers are a contrary bunch and to prove ’em right here’s our latest trend watch. Luxe. Yup, I know we’ve been loving the renaissance of austerity graphics and nostalgic type of late but as that ship … Continue reading

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TREND// SIGN O’ THE TIMES

One trend we’re picking up on is that of ‘austerity’ in graphic design. When times are tougher do we look backwards to design that’s simpler to make, cheaper to produce and where good typography sits front and centre rather than … Continue reading

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TREND// FLUORO NEON

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