The brief overall was to create a distinct and unexpected print design. Often this was taking an existing campaign, project, or design and adapting it to the desired product.
Some were seen around exhibitions and in prominent locations on site. Others were in more subtle locations within an office or conference.
Not shown (but I have created): magnetic signs, gift bags, press walls, sticky labels, xmas bottle holders, FS cubes.
The brief was to present the concerns of safety and well-being using colour as much as possible to distinguish different aspects.
The posters, leaflets, cards, and bannerstands were presented with a matt laminate or matt finish to calm down the colour strength and allow high readability.
Other areas (not shown here) included Health and Safety In The Office (beige, pale cream scheme), Working Safely On Site (orange and yellow colour scheme) and Mental Health and Well-Being (off-white and pale blue colour scheme).
The brief was for a small (A6) 2 pantones colour flip book for parents whose child(ren) were about to leave school.
The guide was an 18 page concertina flip book that included options, statistics, and some basic information about further and higher education from the parents' perspective.
The concept was to reflect the tone of the copy — calm, plain, easy to follow — while to fit in with existing design styles.
A series of adverts, posters and leaflets that were aimed to present Construction courses within an existing style. The brief was minimal layout, strong images and clean typography.