Hawkins Charity Consultancy requested this logo design to replace the former text-only version on the website. It comes in standard and reversed colourways, as well as a wider 'inline' version and has already been implemented on the website (soon to be given a responsive revamp). The brief of looking professional without being too clinical, still human, was achieved with a slightly modified font, and a swooping curve to represent change and moving forward.
design for print
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Previous print design projects
This 8 page A5 brochure for Great Lakes Outreach encourages people to get involved with their work in Burundi with a lively, engaging design that fits in well with their recent styling.
This poster and ticket for Interserve advertised an event with a West End singer, Tabitha Web, and tied in with their latest organisation branding. A whole series of these events each needed its own version of the publicity.
These illustrated maps were designed for Total Warrior, who organise extreme off-road running races around the UK. They are a guide for runners and spectators, the titles of obstacles being a clue to their extreme nature!
This double-sided postcard for A Rocha ties in with their latest branding guidelines to introduce a campaign to get churches signing up for working towards awards for environmental care.
Recently finished a stint at Horse & Rider magazine, designing the layout of the feature pages, and in November, the cover. Had a great time with the H&R team, filling their gap between permanent designers, great to see everyone again.
I have freelanced several times for Horse and Rider, the top Equestrian magazine in the UK. Work shown here is a short selection of the spreads designed during this time. Quickly picking up a house style while still working creatively is one of the things I do best.
This series of flyers are advertising regular events for children particularly in school holidays. A Rocha are a Christian conservation organisation who often work with local councils to raise interest in the environment. These bright flyers are designed to appeal to children (but also to the parents who will actually do the booking!). Flyer printing on recycled or FSC paper, with solvent-free inks is still an eco option.