Can graphic design save your life?

Can graphic design save your life?

This is the title of a rather good little exhibition exploring the relationship between graphic design and health at the Wellcome Institute. For your next project consider how your information is being communicated, is it well signposted – is the copy broken down with sensible levels of heading, are your paragraphs short. Do you have plenty of white space, are you using colour and images to both reinforce your brand and convey a message, or feeling? 

Daffodils / Mother’s Day / Daffodils

Daffodils / Mother’s Day / Daffodils

For me, nothing says ‘Mother’s Day’, like Daffodils What is the first thing that your customers and clients think of, when they think of you? I hope that when you think of me, you think of the word ‘Designer’, along with logo, brochure, information, website, journal...
What’s green, has three leaves and is a good craic?

What’s green, has three leaves and is a good craic?

St Patrick’s Day is a great example of brilliant branding. I like to think of branding as your avatar. Because branding works 24/7 at all touch points with customers and clients – via stationery, business cards, brochures, PowerPoint presentations, website and social media, it’s important that branding – as your avatar – reflects your company – who you are, what you do, and what you stand for.

Let’s fall in love …

Let’s fall in love …

New projects are like a love affair. First comes the passion for a new project, curiosity to find out all you can about the project, enlightenment on completing it, and finally commitment to an on-going relationship. I love my job!