Action Against Stunting are an international organisation who work towards alleviating child undernutrition globally. Designworld worked on a project aimed at teachers and schools in the UK, India, Indonesia and Senegal. Pupil activity sheets along with teachers guides and learning resources were created for distribution throughout these countries.
The client told us… “OMG – I love what you’ve done… It’s so cool, clear, and attractive. You star!”
We were recently asked to look at updating the branding for Cyfannol Women’s Aid as they had decided they required a new look and feel with an extended colour palette.
The new brand needed to engage and communicate with a number of stakeholders including the public, service users, government bodies and funders. Greeted enthusiastically, this can now be seen across all of the organisation materials both digital and printed.
We are delighted to have completed installation of new decoration for the Woodland Trust’s Wales offices. Full-height wall graphics featuring seasonal treescapes now decorate each room and these are complimented by unique signage which will feature timber from Welsh estates. The project also included the design and installation of branded office furniture and a contemporary hot desk space.
The client told us: “I would like to add my congratulations to you all for a brilliant job done within the challenging deadline that I set, so many thanks to you all. It looks fabulous and an office I will be proud to show visitors and my colleagues from outside Wales.”
We were asked again this year to work alongside BSHAA to help deliver a high quality, successful Annual Congress event. It’s always a thrill to get involved in a project from start to finish – from scribbles on a piece of paper (yes, we’re old school!) to actual production and build. The East Midlands Conference Centre in the grounds of Nottingham University was a superb venue and both the client and conference delegates were delighted with our contribution to their flagship event.
Following the merger of Torfaen Women’s Aid and Women’s Aid in Monmouthshire in July 2015, the organisation has been renamed as Cyfannol Women’s Aid. We are pleased to have been appointed to update the logo design for the new organisation.
Cyfannol means ‘holistic and integrated’ which describes the new organisation’s approach to managing their services and is reflected in the new logo design.
We were delighted to have been trusted to design and produce all of the branding and communication materials for the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists’ Annual Congress event. Held at the impressive Telford International Centre, the event was a great success and we were thrilled with the feedback we received from our client:
“I’m not sure what to say Ceri and Lou to thank you for your contribution to Congress this year… it is true that without you, we would not have managed to get the show on the road as smoothly, smartly and as on time as it was. You were just brilliant!!!”
In addition to the branding, Designworld designed and print managed the delegate packs and supporting material and also the stage banners and dressing and supporting roll-up banner stands.
Designworld are proud to have just created and launched the new website design for Torfaen Women’s Aid.
Based on the corporate style that we had already created to go with TWA’s new logo that we designed last year, the new website portrays a contemporary, clean and easy-to-navigate style for the organisation.
The website also featured a Content Management System to allow TWA staff to easily update content.
Although only just launched, the website has already caused much positive comment and even – dare we say it – some envy amongst partner organisations!
The branding created by Designworld Ltd features on TWA’s new website
New branding from Designworld for Torfaen Women’s Aid
Designworld are proud to have just created the new branding for Torfaen Women’s Aid. After submitting several logo designs to answer the brief, two final designs were put before the organisation’s staff for them to choose their favourite. Of 26 votes cast, 14 were for the chosen logo.
Helen Swain, Director of Torfaen Wonen’s Aid said “In changing times it is more important than ever that we have a quality image and gold standard reputation.
“I am really pleased with this outcome and it’s a credit to Designworld that the staff found it so hard to choose!!” Helen continued “[with] the abstract flowers you can read a few different things into it – daffodils, stars, gold stars, mother and child, raising stars… Thanks Lou, fantastic!!”
The bilingual logo will be launched shortly, with the branding to be rolled out over stationery, support literature, display material and the organisation’s website over the next few months.
The new Torfaen Women’s Aid logo created by Designworld Ltd
Event design helps British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists’ Congress go with a swing
Many thanks to David Peel for these kind words about the event design work we did for BSHAA’s annual Congress event:
“Just in case the system forgets to thank you and Louise for your help to ensure our Congress went with a swing, can I formally record our appreciation.
“By general consent the printed programme was the best ever but those who pass comment rarely appreciate the extra that you both put in when, with our backs to the wall, we forget some vital piece of printed material or lack the necessary artistic skills to fulfil some vague creative idea rumbling around in our brains. Ceri and Louise, take a bow”.
Our design for BSHAA Congress’ identity was taken onto stage podiums and banners