my portfolio - graphic design and website design
30th birthday invitations for Lucy Jones.
The Croydon council came to us to build a community website for the New Addington area as a part of a wider project of town square improvements and community support projects.
The website gives local residents a centralised point to read local news, find local events, and promote local activities, groups and businesses.
The website houses an organisation directory, calendar of events, news area. It also promotes the New Addington social groups.
Made In Hackney Wick is essentially a directory website. In 2012 The Olympics came to London, Hackney Wick, a small area in East London, was surrounded by the Olympic Park. The Olympics made a huge impact on the Hackney Wick area. The OPLC (Olympic Park Legacy Company) became involved in local projects and helping local businesses. The Made In project was a way for the OPLC to collect and collate all the local business together making it easier to source local talent. The project also brought the community closer by introducing local business to one another and giving them a platform to discuss the impact that the Olympics has had on their businesses.
Paul Rogers is a Swindon based A.B.A light heavyweight boxing champion. Now retired, Paul wants to pass on the knowledge gained from a career in boxing that transformed him from a slightly unruly teenager into a mature and disciplined champion. He is starting up several boxing skills training programs aimed at helping young and old, male and female. I am helping Paul with the marketing side of his business. So far we have developed an individual style with a confident and bold color palette eye-dropped from Paul’s winning boxing kit. We have created posters and flyers and advised him on marketing approaches. A website is soon to follow.
CSAN are a family of social action charities collectively known as the Caritas network. The Caritas network works for the most vulnerable people of society across England and Wales. Stadium were selected as the agency to re-brand the Network and redesign and build their website.
Web design and development for Cafod’s Live Simply Award: a national prize recognising the ways in which UK parishes makes a difference in their community – and the world. The Live Simply websites has an events section, blog, resource library and parish map.
Business cards for Stephen Turner private investigator. Printe spec is as follows – Front: Citrine GF Smith 540gsm, Embossed details. Back: Dark grey GF Smith 270gsm, White foil
Million Minutes, a start-up youth action and advocacy charity came to us to develop a brand and design and build their first website. The website serves as a tool to share news, stories and activities, provide resources and encourage social action and justice.
I designed this brochure whilst working for Harrison:Fraser, a branding agency working with Land Securities on their Ebbsfleet Valley Development in Kent Thameside. The Brochure was developed out of a need to conclude and make clear and concise sense of all the results from several brand workshops with council members, residents and Land Securities employees.
This is the second phase of the project, we had already established a brand, we then had to spread the word. We designed a website which served as a way for the community to discuss how they’d improve the area. We designed posters, post cards and booklets all designed to introduce the award, introduce the website and encourage advocacy.
Brand identity for Wick Award, a lottery funded project set out to achieve lasting change in 150 local areas across England. Hackney Wick was one of the awarded regions. Hackney Wick is known for it’s creative community, boasting the highest density of artists and practitioners in the world. The Logo demonstrates the Wicks core values: creativity, community and togetherness. The earthy color palette was developed from eye-dropping selected colors from the Wicks surroundings: graffiti, canals, green space, waste, art, wildlife and architecture.
Marketing material for Stadium Creative with an overdose of pun related design. The Stadium office was situated in Fish Island, an isolated area of London next to the Olympic park. The posters had a Limited print run of 100, each poster was screen printed onto premium recycled card.
Site development for Hackney Wick Festival, a community festival, celebrating London’s most creative district.
Range of promotional booklet designs for Alzheimer’s Society, the leading UK care and research charity for people with this disease and other dementia’s.
Portfolio website designed and developed for UK based graphic designer Simon Duffy.
What Jo Said – WordPress based website development for London Writer and Editor Jo Murphy. View the site at www.whatjosaid.com
Brochure design for Guy Carpenter, a leading global reinsurance intermediary. These brochures were part of a package that helped win a client worth £millions. Unfortunately I can’t display this project in full due to the confidential information held within.
Portfolio website design and development for London based Illustrator Lucy Dalzell.
HTML Email marketing design for ASOS.com – a global online fashion and beauty retailer with over 8 million registered users.