Cover design for a cookbook containing recipes from survivors, and those who support survivors of domestic violence. The brief was to show the variety of recipes in a simple, modern way, without the need to photographs any of the meals.
An iPad screen was incorporated into the magazine cover to add both modernity and to appeal to as wider audience within the school as possible. Icons were then designed to communicate the different sections of the magazine and placed on the new screen.
Pulling together images and articles supplied by students throughout the year, the magazine aims to contribute towards the student's work as well as show a record of life in the school for both students and visitors.
To soften the look of what Probation deal with on a day to day basis, curves were introduced to hold any imagery. The brochure is full of case studies and quotes from both staff and offenders.
Vitalise is a national charity providing short breaks (respite care) and other services for people with physical disabilities, visually impaired people, and carers. The brochure details the work of the charity, the short break locations and what's on throughout the year.
This National Skills Academy for Financial Services brochure publicises their apprenticeships for existing employees, all within a design adhering to strong corporate guidelines.
Each panel within this leaflet for a national schools exhibition, features a different aspect of what the school has to offer, such as 'M' for Music, with all the letters combining to make the school's name. A set of matching roller banners were also produced for the exhibition.
Delivering unpaid work enables very diverse communities to see justice being delivered and offenders making amends for their crimes. This brochure shows the fast moving nature of this scheme.
To illustrate the constantly changing work being done within this scheme, sets of arrows were used to hold both imagery, quotations and text.
Every year the historic town of Uppingham is filled with classic and vintage cars. The leaflet features large images to excite and encourage attendance on the day.
The report aims to give an insight into what help the organisation offers individuals recovering from alcohol or drugs, as well as giving the facts and figures on that success. It was felt that only real life quotes and photos would communicate this properly, and so photo shoots with agreeing service users were organised.