The Burch Media brand identity draws on the concept of communication and story-telling, avoiding the usual media visual clichés and reflecting the essence of what Burch Media does.
Posts Categorized: Case studies
Understanding Society is the largest longitudinal household panel study of its kind and provides vital evidence on life changes and stability. Creative Joy was commissioned to create a superior quality, celebratory brochure that would champion the work carried out since the Study began.
Looking forward as we move into the new year, January is always great for reflecting on what’s gone well in the past too.
As a friendly, vibrant and aspirational school, St. Alban’s existing prospectuses were looking tired and dated and did little to convey the school’s vision and the excellent opportunities available to students.
So I was commissioned to create new prospectuses that would showcase the school’s best assets and better appeal to prospective pupils and their parents. Collaborating with a talented local photographer and the region’s leading print specialists, I organised the entire project from concept through to delivery.
As well as helping start-ups launch their new brand, my years of knowledge and experience in the industry also enables me to work with established companies, to make sure that their brand is up-to-date and accurately reflects their values and objectives.
Kingsfleet Wealth are a team of very knowledgeable, approachable financial advisers, based here in Suffolk. They are passionate about building long-term relationships with their clients, to help them achieve their financial goals.
With an impressive history (dating back to 1894), West Cliff Theatre is situated at a popular seaside resort and attracts a huge variety of acts and performances to its classic auditorium. With so much going for it however, the Theatre’s previous identity was outdated and did little to reflect any of these unique qualities.
So when I was approached to redesign the Theatre’s quarterly ‘What’s On’ brochure, it was clear that we’d need to begin with a complete brand overhaul; to bring the Theatre’s visual identity up-to-date and project the right image to appeal to audiences old and new.