Project managed the app to bring to life Oliver Jeffers' best selling book The Heart and the Bottle.
Commissioned to redesign the Central and East London Breast Screening Website.
In response to the brief our concept was to develop a welcoming central platform for the Central & East London Breast Screening Service. The design is friendly, approachable and easy to use while still containing necessary practical and efficient service based information. The commissioned photography portrays a sense of community among the women, nurses and staff who use and run the service. The website helps women to get a real sense of what to expect, from arriving at reception to having a mammogram.
The website includes an online booking system, giving women the opportunity to change their screening appointments. This is a first of it's kind, previously women could only request to change their appointment via email or phone.
Commissioned to design a new website for The New England Shutter Company.
The concept was to develop a visually engaging image led website, with smooth transitions and dynamic navigation that emulated their brand. The design was centered on improving the user journey by clearly communicating the range of shutter designs, styles and finishes that are available through an interactive guide.
Shutters can be made from a huge variety of solid woods such as Ash, American White Oak, American Black Walnut, Western Red Cedar, American Cherry, Maple and Teak. They can be left natural, stained, oiled, lacquered or painted to match any colour. Shutters can also be dressed in faux leather, faux suede or fabric.
Utilising Google maps API we developed an international distributors and agents map. This was fully customised to ensure the aesthetics of the map tied in with the rest of the branding. A search function allows customers to search for their nearest agent depending on their postcode.
Designed and directed a short film for The New England Shutter Company to communicate the manufacturing process of their bespoke shutters in Dubai. Demonstrating the materials, woods and components that are specifically chosen for their unique qualities.
Hired to carry out content migration using Drupal CMS and editorial work for the IRC. The IRC is a leading international water sanitation organisation.
The IRC work with people in the poorest communities in the world, with local and national governments, and with non-governmental organisations (NGOs), to help them develop water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services that last not for years, but forever. They identify the barriers to making this happen and tackle them. They help people to make the change from short-term interventions to long-term services that will transform their lives and their futures.
Commisioned to design a new brand identity and website for Oliver Way.
Commissioned to redesign and develop the Burcott Riding for the Disabled Association website.
Designed and configured an E-newsletter template enabling Greenpower to send out monthly e-newsletters and promotions. Configured the template with CreateSend e-newsletter software.
Designed and directed a short film for The Central and East London Breast Screening website. The film's objectives were to help women overcome common fears and misconceptions about what was involved during a breast screening appointment.
Created a brand identity for Ingenium Racing, a new start up engineering consultancy business in the motorsport industry.
Designed and printed a range of promotional exhibition banners for Greenpower to display at The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair.
We were commissioned to design a new events website to manage the online registration and competition entries of over 1000 schools who take part in Greenpower every year.
The Greenpower Education Trust believe that providing young people with an exciting, real life project is the most successful way of sparking an interest in engineering, helping to address the serious skills gap the UK faces in this crucial business sector.
Their highly successful challenge, to design, build and race a single seat electric car uses the excitement of motorsport to inspire students from primary school through to university to excel in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) studies.
With the support of over 600 volunteers their full time team of four currently works with over 500 schools throughout the UK running 30 regional events at major motor circuits and an International Final every year at Goodwood, with approximately 10,000 students and young people taking part.
More recently they have extended their reach to holding events in Ireland and now have teams competing from Portugal, Poland and the USA.
Designed branded materials and printed publications for the new Formula E School Series initiative.
FIA’s innovative new Formula E School Series sees students from 10 local high schools (ages 11-16) building their own electric race kit car, which will then race on the full Formula E race track in each of the following Cities: Buenos Aires (Argentina) Long Beech and Miami (USA), Berlin (Germany) and London (UK).
With their experience mirroring that of the Formula E teams and drivers – from the starting grid to the podium – the initiative will inspire young people to embrace sustainable mobility as well as being a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the participants.