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  • ABBEYDALE BREWERY + TRAMLINES

    With Tramlines 2018 just around the corner (again), I have found myself reminiscing on the project I did way back in 2013 for Abbeydale Brewery. It was a fun project and went…

  • CARAT China - literature cover

    STAR WARS BROCHURE

    This is a project I completed recently for the Chinese HQ of CARAT – a global media firm. Their creative brief was short, but brilliant. In fact, it was so short it…

  • Transact - website homepage

    THE POWER OF SMALL

    HERRON + CO is a small company. And as a small business owner, I believe small businesses matter. Right from the beginning I’ve had a passion to help the underdog. Having spent…

  • 5 tips from Walter Landor

    FIVE TIPS FROM WALTOR LANDOR

    Ever wanted to get inside the mind of one of the design industry’s greatest minds? Well, if you have, read on, because here’s Waltor Landor’s five secrets on how to be the…

  • Emma Drohan Interiors - Corporate identity

    BRAND PROJECT FOR INTERIOR DESIGNER

    From sleek, contemporary surroundings to the more traditional, Emma Drohan offers a bespoke interior design service for all clients, regardless of taste or budget. There’s always an element of added pressure when…

  • Otto Neurath

    DESIGN LEGENDS #3 – OTTO NEURATH & GERD ARNTZ

    Whether skeuomorphic or flat and minimal, the use of pictograms and iconography are a prevalent visual language nowadays online, so it seems a pertinent time to talk about the two designers who…

  • Total Design

    DESIGN LEGENDS #2 – TOTAL DESIGN

    So here we have it, it’s long overdue — welcome to the second in the series of Design Legends. This time its the Dutch masters of communication Total Design. I’m very excited…

  • British Rail logo, by Design Research Unit

    DESIGN LEGENDS #1 – THE DESIGN RESEARCH UNIT

    I don’t want to come across all purist, but I’ve recently been thinking about the pioneering design agencies of the past, whose purpose was ‘design for the people’ not just design for…