5 May 2017, 15:29
Promotional pull-up banner design draft for a regional athletics event.
27 April 2017, 10:58
Logo design for Torpex Sport, a UK based martial arts equipment supplier.
6 January 2017, 16:41
Updated badge design for a local women’s football team.
16 June 2016, 16:52
Draft letterhead design for an amateur sports team.
9 June 2016, 12:03
Created for the prestigious London – Edinburgh – London Audax cycling event.
17 May 2016, 16:28
Bold striking web design for popular cycle club.
16 May 2016, 20:45
Smartened up community sports club logo.
15 January 2016, 07:32
Brevet cards help record the progress and achievement of members of the Audax cycling discipline. Includes a text based cyclist illustration.
5 January 2016, 08:05
Draft design for a sportswear company logo.
18 May 2015, 16:10
Modern heraldic logo design and wider branding for exclusive 600km cycle event Windsor Chester Windsor.
4 November 2014, 12:59
Audax United Kingdom is the internationally recognised long-distance cycling association in the UK.
9 July 2014, 16:46
Event branding and design for epic Welsh 1000km cycle ride.
23 September 2013, 11:07
What happens when 20,000 people design a logo?
20 September 2013, 11:40
Providing striking, memorable brand continuity for a prestigious 1400km cycling event.
29 August 2013, 14:06
When a 135 year old football institution looked to update its club badge, it’s fans weren’t exactly happy bunnies. Here’s the background as well as my alternative design…
10 May 2012, 13:39
The team at the London/Edinburgh/London Audax cycle event required some clear and distinctive maps for a website they were developing.
With a desire to steer clear of a generic looking Google Map and without the need for perfect geographical accuracy…
Museum Guidebook - Crich Tramway Village As a family favourite the call from Crich Tramway Museum was very welcome and exciting! They were looking for work on a new guidebook to sell to their visitors packed with information not available anywhere else in the Museum as well as providing a route to explore the site. Since 1959 the Crich Tramway Village and National Tramway Museum have created a unique visitor attraction out of the spoil of a disused Derbyshire quarry. Initially intended as a space to preserve and repair retired tramway cars it has since developed into a fully fledged attraction with working tram routes indoor exhibition spaces nature walks and more as well as facilities for visitors to eat drink and explore the site. Their existing Guidebook had served them well for 5 years but sales were declining and the content was getting dated especially as the recent years had brought a number of rapid changes and improvements. The refreshed Guidebook was to be packed with new content images and information. I worked alongside the team at Crich to design the Guidebook alongside their brand guidelines. The Crich team were keen to provide a clean clear look to the Guidebook this involved stripping back some of the more over-decorative elements of the brand and streamline fonts and photography frames some of which had given other marketing materials a seaside tram feel but didnt encompass the wider tram history the museum explored. The book is compact easy to handle whilst visiting and utilises well-sized text carefully set with a selection of great images of the Tramway Village in action as well as historical images of the site as it developed. An especially interesting spread includes a timeline of the sites history the arrivals of each tramcar and the progress of the site from hobby enthusiasts storage to a popular local day out. The final printed piece a 52-page perfect bound book feels excellent to hold the print provided made a great job of the production. You can buy the Guidebook from the Tramway Village when you visit or if its perhaps a little too far purchase it online from the Crich Tramway website. The project was great to work on the folks at the Tramway Village a pleasure to collaborate with and Im delighted with the result of the hard work of everyone involved. Crich Tramway Guidebook open on desk Crich Tramway Guidebook Cover Crich Tramway Guidebook Interior Pages Crich Tramway Guidebook Interior Pages Crich Tramway Guidebook timeline pages Crich Tramway Guidebook Back Cover
Crich Tramway Souvenir Guide This just dropped into my (actual) mailbox fresh off the press a new 52-page souvenir guide for the fabulous folks at Crich Tramway Village. Really chuffed with the outcome and Ill put a full portfolio article together soon!
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Kieran did a terrific job with the Henmore Health branding and the solution expertly met the brief we provided. It was great to work with a professional brand designer who offered significant value for money and someone we would be happy to recommend.
Kieran understood the importance of embedding local culture in a brand that enjoys its heritage but is strong enough to venture anywhere. We are proud of Henmore Health, proud of the brand and proud to serve the people of Ashbourne where it was born. Few I think can capture this in graphic design the way Kieran has. Thank you.
Danny Smart - Henmore Health
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On a 600gsm stock my business cards are fabulous, really sturdy and thick, they also have a great feel to the finish. They also feature some of my fave projects to make a pocket portfolio!
When the ReST vulnerability hit the news, I was happy that my hosted websites were already safe.
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