The brief was from a further and higher education college that provide a wide range of courses who wanted an elegant square brochure.
The brochure had to present a lot of type (the course details) and do so within a specific pagination without any compromise on legibility.
The brief was to produce a strategic plan that was as legible and presentable on screen as it was in the A4 bound document.
A statement of intent from the governing body that was both for internal and external distribution required crisp typography, clear headings and easy to follow content.
The brief was to provide clean, red and black forms in line with the corporate style guide.
A postal, delivery and parcel management company with a large business / corporate base wanted a high standard of presentation while also maximising ease of use and versatility within the company.
The brief was to provide a suitable container when presenting disparate documents externally. These were either CMYK and a varnish or pantone spot colours with a matt finish. Cut holes and slots were added for the secure addition of business cards.
Folders were either single wallet or double wallet, with a depth of 5 or 10 mm.
The brief was to provide an invitation based on or around the standard DL size but then presented in a way that was visually arresting.
The use of foil blocking, metallic pantones and cad cutting was agreed upon and was shown to be effective, memorable and within budget.