Community Payback (unpaid work) is a national scheme whereby offenders are punished by completing work in and for the community where they offended (bringing the offender face to face with their victims)
As a Charity and a Social Enterprise, The ReUse Centre supports people in need or hardship by recycling and supplying low-price re-usable goods and materials. The logo illustrates this continual cycle.
The Downstream Fuel Association (DFA) commissioned us to design a logo that communicated their involvement in all aspects of the fuel supply chain, while keeping it fresh and contemporary.
Sutherland Strategy improves business performance through strategies centred on customers.
Buckminster Estate needed their identity to be modernised while still keeping the essentials of their heraldic coat of arms. The graphic was redrawn and simplified to aid reproduction in print and online.
We used a stream to create the letter 'S' as well as split the word, enabling the web aspect of this company to stand out.
Whilst communicating Sabin's total encompassing building services and sustainability advice for the built environment, we also emphasised the letter 'S' for Sabin.
The use of head and shoulders to shape the letter 'e' helps to keep a softer human feel to the brand for this company of solicitors providing practical legal advice to business entrepreneurs.
The brief was to design a logo that incorporated youth, fun, music and choirs. Although this was a new venture we wanted to create a feeling of stability and development potential, so a tree shape was developed using the conductor as the trunk with coloured dots and notes representing the children and music.
We wanted to capture the feeling of summer and the vitality of lots of the courses on offer, so a dynamic abstract figure in summer colours was positioned next to the contrasting text.
This logo does exactly what it says on the tin, by using the graphic boxes as representations of both the storage containers and the contents, as well as matching the colours to the storage units themselves.
The use of a simple logotype helped to keep this brand modern, clean and professional.
An internal award scheme for staff that requires a new logo and literature each year.
Keeping the logo simple, traditional and classic whilst heavily promoting the town of Uppingham was in order for this annual classic car event.
To celebrate 50 years of this charity a logo was required that was lively, modern but with a touch of seriousness. So a gold ribbon design, similar to ribbons worn on lapels for other charitable causes was created.
Designed to be more contemporary than normal pub signs, the arrowheads convey its popularity with customers regularly visiting from villages in all directions, not just locals.
Aimed more at commercial flooring, coloured carpet tiles were angled to create alpine mountains, creating a modern identity.
Conveying the variety of carpets on offer was achieved by utilising the end views of rolls of carpet shown in different colours. These were kept in a square formation to visually link with a room/building.
Here the cattle were to be the hero of the logo. A logo was required that would immediately communicate the offering and had the ability to be used on packaging too.
A logo that speaks for itself with the name positioned in a jewelled setting.
A clean, simple, typographic identity was briefed for this quality restaurant and hotel. A classic approach that wouldn't date, while using a warm, welcoming colour.
Conveying a face without actually showing one was achieved by designing a graphic that was simple, hinting only at the eye and side of the nose. A warm welcoming colour was used, avoiding the normal 'medical' blues and greens.
As the retirement home is surrounded by countryside with an avenue of trees leading to the entrance, it was natural to incorporate them into the logo.
The logo for this musical charity is derived from the concept of sound, a conductor with a band or choir, and a performer in front of an audience.