Back of letter paper and website banner for an events company. In collaboration with The Partners. The logo is still used.
Verbatim were a translation company. The brand idea of “when your words go places, you go places” was translated into 35 languages, and Hat-trick used that to draw pictures… and make a huge paper plane. The mailer had visual fun with the possible impacts of getting translation wrong. Verbatim wrote chunks of this in-house, so some parts of it are not mine, but I’ve put it up because it’s a smart piece of design thinking. The project was featured in “The Best of the Best of Brochure Design Volume II” and a finalist in the Design Week Awards.
All of the stuff I wrote in this vision-of-the-future brochure has become the most basic functions of all of our phones.
Sirva is an enormous global relocation business that incorporates sub-brands like Allied Pickfords. This was their graduate recruitment brochure. Done in collaboration with Kino Design.
5. Mercedes-Benz C-Class website copy
I found the original Word file of this work, complete with a couple of touching notes in red I added to ensure minuscule facts got clarified. A German engineer’s attention to detail?
On the back of the Mercedes work I wrote the intro to the Smart Car UK website.