Archives: Projects

NTSU Students’ Union Awards

The annual Students’ Union Awards at one of the biggest events in the calendar. It’s a night of celebration for students, and their participation in courses, societies and the community.

SKT 2020

For the fourth year of collaboration with STK Welfare, we updated the look and feel of the social media campaign. The messaging behind the brand remained the same, but with an updated modern and traditional design.

NTSU Photography

Whether it be events, documenting Freshers’ Week or walking around campus building up an archive of resources, photography at NTSU is an extension of the graphic designer role.

Fuel

Nottingham is not short of coffee shops, including those within student buildings. The Students’ Union building changed its coffee supplier in the middle of 2019. As a result it was time to give the space a new look to attract its students and passers by and get more footfall into the venue.

Nottingham Students’ Manifesto

A joint project between Nottingham Trent Students’ Union and the University of Nottingham Students’ Union, the manifesto is designed to give students the opportunity to apply pressure to local candidates, so students are a priority in Nottinghamshire during the 2019 General Election.

Mackenzie Lian

Fellow freelancer and colleague Mackenzie wanted to refresh her website and still be able to edit it herself. Changing from WP Bakery to Elementor, we created a clean and monochrome website to fit her brand while keeping the blog and copywriting services at the forefront of the finished design.

Archive

Small projects, incomplete projects or just snippets or work from over the years.

Hull Takeover 2019

Five of Hull’s most successful shows hit the road in 2019 as part of Hull Takeover at Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Working with Absolutely Cultured and the Hull2017 team, marketing and promotional materials were designed for all shows, and a cross-fold brochure for the takeover.

Magazine Covers

A variety of magazine cover mockups created for proposals of niche publications at the Hull Daily Mail, Grimsby Telegraph and Scunthorpe Telegraph.

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