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I refreshed Tawa Union Church’s branding and am in the process of refreshing their website. In consultation with the Church’s Communications Workgroup, I designed a brand identity that kept what was important for the congregation (the name, tagline, and the ‘braided river’ element), whilst bringing the design into the 2020s. The Church also wanted a… Continue reading Tawa Union Church brand refresh
I’ve been a member of the Wellington City Youth Council since 2016. One of my contributions has been to produce our yearly recruitment video, urging young people to join. In 2018, we made this: A few days after that video went up, a Wellington City Councillor (who shall remain nameless) expressed outrage that Youth Council… Continue reading Wellington City Youth Council recruitment video
Alongside my refresh of their website, I worked with my then-colleague Sydney Sclater of The Training Practice on a full refresh of the company’s brand. The business’s need for day-one consistency meant we had to put together a brand that was easy to integrate into a range of collateral.
In collaboration with the event organisers, I developed unique brands for the 2018 and 2019 [email protected] events. These brands had to retain and reflect the core principles of TED’s international brand guidelines, whilst adding a unique flair. TEDxYouthTeAro.nz website I built [email protected]’s website in WordPress, customised to their colours and brand. Check it out: tedxyouthtearo.nz… Continue reading [email protected] design work
I refreshed SCM Aotearoa’s branding and am in the process of building them a new website.
I designed campaign collateral for a range of 2019 local government campaigns in Wellington (including my own), achieving to a high standard at high volume, and liaising with both candidates and suppliers. Above: DL flyer for Joshua Trlin campaign, August 2019 In a similar vein, I designed a campaign flyer for now-Associate Health Minister the… Continue reading 2019 local government campaign materials
I designed Make it 16’s logo and built their website on self-hosted WordPress. Make it 16 is a non-partisan, youth-led campaign advocating for more people’s voices to count in our democracy. We welcome anyone who wants a fairer and stronger democracy to join our campaign. makeit16.org.nz I’m a big supporter of this campaign – check them… Continue reading Make it 16 branding and website