Challenge 10 of 'The Pepperhood' for Dr Pepper involved User Experience pathing, User Interface structure, design of the candidate election voting process and numerous banners.
Widely known across the East Midlands, Peak Aluminium Systems is a specialist in commercial aluminium fabrication, design consultation, manufacture and installation company, who required a website re-design to achieve a professional business profile. In which, to focus on its core services and products to its target audience.
Anna Raurell is a plastic reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon based in the East Midlands, England, who required a professional brand identity, stationery and a CMS website to reach a broader target audience.
Africa Shack is a new business venture selling quality ethically-sourced and natural handmade goods, from all over South Africa, through an ecommerce platform. A brand identity was created with stationery and a tailored CMS website.
One Eighty Fifth are a highly experienced, talented photography and design service. Their business model objective is respectively built on bespoke experiences for its clients. Full of spontaneity, this team enjoys challenges at any scope.
A brand identity re-fresh and art direction for marketing collateral was delivered.
Esendex are the UK's biggest commercial SMS text messaging company who required support with a full re-brand, icons to promote services, print and digital brand guidelines, UX analysis and restructure. The brand guidelines itself is the biggest I have worked on to date (spanning a good 60 pages!).
Made In England is a British heritage menswear brand and wholesale manufacturer of premium clothing and accessory products.
This pitch work included the brand identity, typefaces, colours, photographic style, web design for a non-ecommerce home page and graphic design components.
Step Into Africa was created, named and developed into a new business venture in South African themed events management. A full brand identity and all the essential stationery trimmings went with this.
Formerly known as 'Aspect Services', the brand itself did not do justice to its services. A new name and brand identity was developed to bring structure, strength and professionalism to the company image. Mosaic Electrical Services was born with stationery items and a website.
Shadowed the brand identity project for SKA revival band, 'The Specials' comeback. Developments of the project included the identity, motif and illustration for merchandising purposes.
In May 2012, the Olympic Park was transformed into a giant yellow playing field, for the National School Games Event with over 50,000 children aged between 11-16 years were invited across the UK.
The brief was to design, create and deliver a stimulating event which included interactive games and demonstrations (live food cooking classes), to educate children of how to eat healthy and become more active.
Based on their brand values of 'Smart', 'Simple' and 'Fair', Ikano required a short animation for brand promotion use at an event.
To accompany the animation, the visual graphic of Ikano was artworked for posters and other marketing collateral, to further maximise the build up towards the event.
Collectible souvenir guide books intended for visiting tourists, by welcoming them to Leicester and its new wave of languages.
Interpret, design and communicate the phrase 'you are what you eat', in any medium was the task of this quirky self directed brief.
Playing on the love match feature in 'The Times' newspaper, a supplement feature was developed, as a tough and cheek take on looking for the right person via food interest, rather than the standard character description.
Design and produce a functional map on a personal journey or event.
A true life family affliction which documents the ten-month treatment of my grandma's cancer operation. An abstract timeline display of various complications, treatments, damages and events which took place in and out of hospital.
Screen printed and hand-bound flip book which visually represents the notion of working through the learning processes, mistakes, 'happy accidents' and continuously striving for the perfect print.
Rants 'n' Raves was born from a very random conversation, when having a good old moan about the niggly annoying habits of others and, on the other hand things we love in life, no matter how big or small they may appear. The postcards explore the fun combinations with typography and illustration.