In early 2020 three trusted community organisations came together in the spirit of collaboration and ambition for the community they serve. Easton Community Centre, Felix Road Adventure Playground and Up Our Street became one organisation: Eastside Community Trust. We were delighted to supply them with a new identity.
With a strapline of ‘A place of possibility’ the brand had to appeal to users of an adventure playground, a community centre and a diverse range of co-designed community development, communications and research projects in response to issues raised by residents of Easton and Lawrence Hill, Bristol.
Often, working for multiple stakeholders can be a challenge – this project was a joy to work on!
Please get in touch if you've got a similar project and need design!
Kookie (as in smart-cookie) is an award-winning, girl-powered print magazine for pre-teens. Celebrating all that a girl can be, whether she’s passionate about science or sport, art or astronomy, history or hip hop.
Published in the UK and Australia, Gill has just finished designing much of issue 12, and wishes there had been an equivalent when she was 10!
We love designing a magazine! And we've just recieved this one back from the printers.
Working with Transform Communications, we've developed a look and feel in line with the branding we developed last year, which allows Anderson to give valuable financial advice to their varied client base.
This first edition is all about how to scale-up your business. Swipe left or click the + for more images…
Pre-Covid, Southmead Hospital was already gearing up for increased infection prevention with new infographics. Now, with infection prevention the key to stopping the spread of Covid-19, this signage is more important than ever.
Following advice from the Quality Care Commission, North Bristol NHS Trust wanted more rigorous staff notices for their theatres. The signage reminds staff what they need to wear in different areas. But it’s not just about the appropriate clothing; regulations refer to a range of other aspects of appearance from jewellery, hair, to cleanliness of hands and shoes, to length of fingernails.
It’s essential that staff are dressed for the part to reduce infection risk, they need a detailed message that will be fast to absorb and impactful in this busy part of the hospital. Theatre signage has to communicate a lot of detailed information. Added to this design challenge, the colour palette is restricted, each area uses a single colour to denote the zone and a change in requirements.
Feedback tells us that everyone seems very happy with the posters. And, excitingly, Adrian got to wear scrubs! Swipe left or click the + for more images…