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The Association of Jewish Refugees required help to produce a series of books under the title ‘My Story’.
Clare Wilson wanted bright colours and a design that would work in portrait and landscape with clear lines.
Shakespeare meets an old school approach that proved very popular with the teenage market
Third Space make maths fun! In order to do that they need powerful visuals to compete with other suppliers and educators in this competitive market.
Geoff approached Hello Lovely after being let down by a designer who designed a website the way she wanted it to look and not as her client wanted it. It's one of my pet hates too!
Open University Alumni and writer Nadia Willis wanted to have her children's book Jamie Moves House designed and printed. She also required an illustrator but wasn't sure how to proceed.
World Childless Week was founded in 2017 to great success, trending many times over September during Twitter. During this first campaign, Steph realised that many people were creating their own branding which diluted the impact and meant that the media were uncertain who was the founder. A clear branding message and logo is a great way to keep the visual identity of a campaign on track and gather accurate data.
Jemima is a photographer who runs a branding photography business from her home in Cambridge. She rightly says that she is Cambridge's friendliest photographer. It was great fun working on her logo and branding guidelines which were created to give her a future-proof brand which could grow with her business.
Alt Music is an online magazine created and edited by Jennifer La Roux. It showcases the culture, art and people who form the alt music scene across the world.
ABC to read are a charity based in Berkshire and they support children who struggle to read by providing support through a team of volunteers. Their work is invaluable to helping children feel more confident in life and set them up for success by improving their reading skills in a fun way.
Berenice explored his work and legacy for her postgraduate dissertation in graphic design and typography. This resulted in an exhibition at the Cambridge University Press Museum from October 2017 to April 2018, delighting visitors from all over the world and educating design students who visit the Press.
Produced for the Cambridge University Press Cambridge Schools Chaucer series, a set of book covers, a series logo, and an internal text page design for Indesign typesetting and XML publishing using Typefi to partner 'Cambridge Schools Shakespeare'.
The Empty Space Grief Project is a sensitively designed set of cards to support a newly established service.
The authors of Balsham, a village story, 1617-2017 fulfilled a five-year goal to collate, write and publish the history of this South Cambridgeshire village in November 2017. Hello Lovely got involved by coaching the largely inexperienced authors, through the publishing process.
Elegance have been trading in central Cambridge for 24 years and when the opportunity arose to redevelop their salon, owner Kerry got in touch for a complete branding package that covers signage, price lists, logo and social media for a complete salon branding design.