Welcome to the feed. Here you'll find snippets, drafts and work in progress to give you an insight into my design process.
Logo design for Torpex Sport, a UK based martial arts equipment supplier.
A little logo project for Derby based board games community, Derby On Board Games.
A draft logo for a church based in a 14th Century building.
Sneak peak at some branding for a new burger outlet.
Here’s a sneak look at a work in progress design for a Leeds based enterprise. It shows some of the ways I try to think beyond just “a logo” to the application of that design, even in this very early stage.
I reordered some business cards I designed for a client the other day, I was pleased with how fresh they looked despite being one of my earlier freelance projects.
Draft design for a new Leeds based church.
Creating online “living” guidelines for brands allow them to evolve, update and improve as the identity matures.
Updated badge design for a local women’s football team.
Signage I designed at a dessert parlour in Nottingham came out looking spiffing! I was visiting to scope out the interior graphics applications…
A file I always like to play with is a separate colour reference sheet, even if there’s a full set of guidelines, it’s fun to supply a quick reference document.
Refining, collating and exporting the logo of latest approved branding design project, some 100 files in this one.
Colour palette document for SkyeLand.
A draft logo based on the pattern of a window.
A bright bold exuberant draft logo design.
Took a rather breezy but pleasantly sunny field trip to a farm as part of a branding project I’m working on.
An early design and composition of a test tube based logo with a hexagonal grid structure.
Draft design for lifestyle brand business cards.
Design for London based family solicitors.
Draft design for a capital U logo design with a hint of the feline.
A concept design for a high end carpet store based around carpet loops.
Exploration of layouts and designs a band logo.
Draft design for a sportswear company logo.
Sample uses of a brand element created for clients Unity Derby.
A sneak peak at a near complete job for a lifestyle blog.
A set of 4 draft proposals for London based family law firm. I’m working with the great folks at BWF to develop the designs to the next stage.
We were a new business start-up looking to create a fun but professional image for our company. After talking with a number of graphic designers we chose Kieran, who appeared to be the best fit for us. We have since been delighted by all the work he has done for us and are looking forward to working closely with him as our business grows.
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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.
At some point in the discussion of a new branding project, the client will almost always ask what files they expect to receive. At first, I found this an odd query, although perfectly valid, my assumption was alway that I’d supply every file they’d need, why would I design a logo and do anything less?
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