We’ve undertaken a vast diverse range of design work for RLWC2013 over the last year or so, but the most rewarding (and challenging) has to be artwork we created for the actual Opening Ceremony itself. We got to see our hard work ‘up close and personal’ at the fabulous Millennium Stadium in Cardiff after producing designs that adorned each side of the 14 helium filled spheres (one representing each competing nation) as well as the 10 metre banners which dropped beneath the spheres themselves.
Really proud to work with RLWC and have our work showcased at such a prestigious event. Have a look at some of the highlights here.
Busy on the graphic design side of things with artwork we’re producing for the Rugby League World Cup. Manchester’s Old Trafford stadium will host the final of the 2013 Rugby League World Cup so we’ve been busy producing various pieces of work for United’s Marketing team in order to promote the event. We’re also producing material for other host grounds which include Leeds, Wigan, Hull and Cardiff Millennium Stadium amongst others.
Just finished a section of the new site showcasing some of the above work. Take a look…
A busy couple of weeks working on a couple of really interesting projects. We were asked to design a layout surrounding the subject of marine planning in England, based on a narrative supplied by our client. The layout included a number of diagrams and business models which had to initially be designed from scratch.
To accompany the above, we were also asked to build a presentation, revolving around the above layout and an actual scale model of a marine area which we captured in a separate shoot on the client’s premises earlier in the year. You can view that post here.
Our client really wanted to woo their board members with something that was a little out of the ordinary and quite far removed from the traditional slide by slide presentation we’re all quite used to. We had a good hunt around and came across a nice little application called ‘Prezi’ - an editor that let us work directly from our internet browser, without the need to install a thing! The benefits were that we could easily, and immediately share the prezi with our client and even invite them to work collaboratively within the same space at the same time! This really helped in cutting down the usual toing and froing with drafts/proofs etc.
You can find Prezi here and I for one would urge any organisation or individual who wants to develop contemporary and dynamic presentations to at least have a look. It might not be for everyone, but isn’t it time we inflicted a more visually compelling presentation on our viewers who will stay fully engaged throughout? Decide for yourselves!
A5 flyer and business card recently designed for a local personal fitness training business. 250gsm gloss flyer and 300gsm gloss laminate business cards. Excellent quality and brilliant value delivered straight to your door!
A creative we were recently asked to come up with for the The Marine Management Organisation, to accompany their most recent campaign in increasing vigilance among the catering industry around illegal seafood supply chains – commonly known as ‘Black Fish’. More here.
Managed to put the camera down and get on with some design work this morning. Been busy designing a promo web graphic for an internet radio show – Deep Tech Avenue. The show, hosted by the extremely talented Patrick Devereux is due to be aired the second Friday of every month here. Keep an ear open!
Our brief for the design? Clean, contemporary and minimalistic…
Managed to grab a few minutes to update the blog – at long last! It’s been a busy couple of months working on various projects both for IMAGIN3 and for Newcastle Falcons, who, if you didn’t know already, employs me in a part time role as Graphic Designer. One project in particular which springs to mind from the last month or so is the Marine Management Organisation Annual Report and Accounts 2010/11. This is the first annual report the Public Sector organisation had to pull together, so it was a ‘from scratch’ job and timescales were extremely tight – no room for error on this one – especially as the paper had to be laid before Parliament in just three weeks from conception! No pressure there then! We’re also in the middle of a few other jobs for the Marine Management Organisation and are very much enjoying the diverse range of work and a great working relationship with all those involved within the organisation.
For those of you interested, the web version of the Annual Report can be found here: