I worked with my partner to design a new identity for Rocketalk, the biggest social network operating in India. The branding was based around a calligraphic interpretation of the “R” which was a simple but distinctive shape, easy to apply in multiple situations and easy to use in grass roots guerrilla campaigns.
I worked with my partner to design these panels for the Design for Ageing Well research project.
The panels were cleverly produced by printing on to a strong but lightweight polyester fabric meaning that the client could easily roll them up and transport to academic conferences wherever in the world they needed to go.
The panels were suspended by hanging from lightweight alloy poles or thin shock cord threaded through reinforced eyelet holes, making this a truly flexible and transportable solution.
Here are two examples of several books designed and produced for the Institute of Welsh Affairs. Both have full colour covers with section sewn pages in black only. Building a Civic Culture run to 200 pages and The National Assembly Agenda over 400.
A selection of printed material for Aberglasney Gardens. Two A5, 28 page, full colour
guidebooks and an A3, 10 page, concertina-folded rack leaflet.
Concept development, design co-ordination and production of insight and insite
quarterly newsletters for Rhondda Cynon Taff County Council. 4 page, A3 / A4, full colour.
Concept development, design co-ordination and production of the market leading
FatherWork magazine for the international fathers charity Fathers Direct over a period of five years.
Two of a series of A4, 16 page, full colour work books, designed and produced for
Techniquest. An integral part of study days held at Techniquest for school children
in Key Stage 3.
Over a period of three years I produced three brochures for Monmouth County council. All A4, 44 page, full colour tourism guides.