Interchange aims to provide interactive, motivational and engaging learning experiences for people in education, business and the arts. For their logo they wanted to communicate friendliness and diverse ways of learning, as represented by the multitude of differently coloured dots. This project was a pleasure to work on and we think the result speaks volumes about the client’s understanding of what a good collaborative design process can achieve. We love the way this logo turned out.
A great project to be involved in, this logo required the development of ‘Dangerous Ed’ a lightbulb cartoon character named after Thomas Edison. A lot of work went into getting his expression just right and he has become the instantly identifiable symbol for a highly successful annual programme of events
This logo was developed as the banner header for Quick Magazine, an education sector quarterly newsletter.
Children’s Medical Care Malawi is a charity dedicated to providing training and support for Malawian healthcare workers giving them knowledge and skills in the emergency management of sick children.
The logo is based on a mother and child, and on the sling in which Malawian women carry their young children. The colours are based on the Malawi flag.
“How can one person make a big difference? By training another twenty people how to make a small difference.”
A really pretty piece of work which we’re very pround of, for a project that is still in development. An award celebrating the best of Scotland without the restrictions of pre-defined categories. Simply looking for Scotland’s Best,in whatever form that may take.
Business week was a project which hosted a range of events to bring businesses and colleges together for mutual benefit.
The Big Business Breakfast was a part of Business Week. Colleges hosted breakfast meetings with businesses to explore what they could offer the business community. We really like this logo.
Falkirk Adult Gymnastics Club were keen to emphasise in their logo that their club, and gymnastics in general, should not be viewed as principally or only for women, but that equal emphasis should be given to its membership of both sexes.
Educational Sector Personal Assistants (ESPA) wanted a logo. They knew what they wanted, they wanted the initials inside a shape. They looked at a lot of shapes and then they picked this one. Then they picked a colour. Not a difficult or ground breaking brief, but a good solid logo and a bunch of very happy clients.
The Transnational Educational Network -Transenet- was a European educational project designed to facilitate access to shared innovative approaches to learning and teaching, technological tools and in particular to facilitate an exchange of subject-specific and technical knowledge transfer. Try sticking all that in a logo, not easy, but goddammit we gave it our very best shot. A lesson in process for us all.