Whizz Pop Bang Magazine

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Whizz Pop Bang magazine

buy provigil online in canada Brief and answer: Design fun and exciting pages for 6-11 years for Whizz Pop Bang science magazine, including spreads for News, Interview, Quiz, How Stuff Works, the centre Pull-out four-pager and the Letters spread which I completely redesigned and refreshed with the team to be a futuristic and flexible template in the style of robot Y’s inner workings. I enjoyed … Read More

The Little Leather Factory

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Brief and answer: The Little Leather Factory set me a creative challenge to rebrand their company to bring their identity in line with their brand values. Designed to attract designers and small boutiques to produce goods with them and their high quality artisan craftspeople who care as much about the product as their customers do. The new logo identity needed … Read More

KnowledgePoint

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KnowledgePoint brochure

Brief and answer: KnowledgePoint tasked me with extending their branding and bringing it to life in a new landscape company brochure. I introduced an outline rectangular device to pace and vary the layouts, develop typography styles and used turquoise and blue for the two service streams. I created and developed a cubic supergraphic pattern for use across branded materials, a … Read More

Ivyliving

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Ivyliving.co website

Brief and answer: Create an e-commerce website for Ivyliving (a division of Ivyline) in a short time before an exposition launching their new fireplace products, providing customers with an online shop to make orders. Needing to reflect the higher-end look and feel of existing Ivyline, work functionally well with SKUs, multiple product images and the ordering process, I created a … Read More

City of London Corporation

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Brief and answer: After 20 years of great work, the economic development department at City of London Corporation set me the challenge of creating an engaging round-up report booklet for their employee volunteering brokerage service ‘City Action’. This A5 21-pager I paced with pull-out quotes and stats, provided and sourced imagery and visually-engaging layout and presentation, all within the City … Read More

Banks’s Brewery

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Marston's Banks's Brewery Tour Leaflet

Brief and answer: I was asked to design a Banks’s Brewery leaflet (tri-fold DL) to entice customers to book their own tour, whilst freelancing at Vital Marketing. Utilizing the new brand style aimed engaging a younger audience, I made a big bold graffiti front. I used clear sectioning and use of sprays in the new brand colours for emphasis. The … Read More

Nurture Magazine

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Portland Hospital Nurture magazine

Brief and answer: Here I designed articles for Nurture Magazine, a parenting magazine for patients and parents at The Portland Hospital, a private hospital in London. Using the magazine style, I created more than half of three issues, thinking about consistency, about the clientele, the look and feel and the need to keep it fresh and varied throughout the pages. … Read More

Silver Lined Horizons

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Silver Lined Horizons: Chateez flyer

Brief and answer: I’ve been creating graphics for Silver Lined Horizons since 2014 and it’s a pleasure to be active and support Natasha in the development of the business. The work has so far spanned business cards, flyers, report covers, roller banners, Chateez cards and packs, Mailchimp enewsletters, social media profiles and more. I brought in illustrative speech bubbles combined … Read More

Wealth Collection magazine

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Wealth Collection magazine cover

Brief and answer: Design the latest issue of luxury lifestyle title The Wealth Collection, within the design template while giving each piece it’s own feel. For this issue I used the photography as inspiration for each spread’s design, keeping most palettes 2-colour, taking into consideration the adverts they accompany. Connoisseur was very image-heavy and required some artworking as well, David … Read More

Trees for Cities

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Trees for Cities Annual Report

Brief and answer: I originally started out as a tree planting volunteer for Trees for Cities back in 2007, later I did a few design projects including for their new volunteering initiative ‘Plant your future’ for 16-25 year olds. Inspired by graffiti, it shows growth from a shoot to a shrub. This worked well on the blue tees given out … Read More