Future Focus is a Sports Therapy, Massage Therapy and Acupuncture Clinic based in Worthing, West Sussex.
Bald Designs were asked to refresh the brand identity for Future Focus by its owner David Hurley. David was very keen to keep the graphics and colours already within his brand identity.
The main emphasis of our design was to make Future Focus typography stand out more than the graphics as in the previous version of his logo.
Future focus has now clean lines, a calmer colour palette, modern typography and updated graphics. Going forward we are now able to utilise the new graphic imagery to form a core part of future designs and strengthen his overall brand identity.
Blue Penguin offers bespoke English Language and Work Experience Programmes to students of all ages from across Europe.
Bald Designs had the pleasure in designing Blue Penguins new website. We replaced her previous Wordpress site with a much more elegant Squarespace site. Our client is very happy with the result and enjoys that it is also very easy to manage, giving Blue Penguin more time to concentrate on their business goals.
Our recent business brochure design for Blue Penguin has enabled us to expand the use of Blue Penguins colour palette. The brochure is light on text with plenty of white space and imagery that matches the hues of their blues and orange colour scheme. It fits neatly into the folder pack with the information leaflets, and brochures that we had previously designed. All their brochures and leaflets have been produced in English and Italian.
We also created an alternative business card for owner, Leigh Otterson-Walter to help re-emphasis her brand. Using her penguin logo and her corporate blue on a kiss cut, 4 page business card, letting it stand out on its own.
In addition, we have designed a pop up stand and invite that incorporates her new brochure design and strong brand identity.
Bald designs enjoyed refreshing Inspirational Interiors logo and brand identity. Working with owner and interior designer Claire Duncan and utilising Squarespace, we designed and updated her website to be more in keeping with the standard of work she offers to her own clients. We set up a gallery of her most recent work, to allow potential clients to be able to see the variety of projects Claire works on.
We also implemented her new brand identity across her letterhead, compliment slips and business cards. Updating layouts, typography and colour.
Haven Power asked us to design a report for the market research that they commissioned from Vanson Bourne. The report was an independent study of how SMEs are feeling about energy suppliers across the UK.
We designed and produced a 12 page report, with an emphasis on using graphics to convey the message in a clear and concise way.
Love Your Hospital asked Bald Designs to design and produce their Annual Report to enable people to learn about their organisation, financial accounts and to showcase the trusts work and that of their many supporters.
bald designs have been working with Elementis for a few years, designing and creating leaflets, flyers and posters for their England and American offices. In November we created a leaflet in five languages on information about GDPR for their staff.
Last year Bald designs were asked to create a new brand identity for Mackley Industrial Estate. Working with Sam and James Mackley we produced a new logo suite incorporating all logo formats for print and online, as well as a Brand Guidelines book explaining their brand identity usage, typography, colour breakdown and logo parameters.
We have designed letterheads, complimentary slips and business cards and are in the process of designing and updating all the sites signage at the Mackley Industrial Estate in Small Dole.
Bald Designs latest designs for SRU was to update their banners on their website, utilising their brand colour palette to create eye catching offers. The jpegs were also supplied to the client for use on LinkedIn and other social media platforms.
We were asked to design a product catalogue by SRU Insulation to enable them to attract new customers. Our service also included briefing the photographer and liaising with the printer to produce an effective sales tool on time and on budget.
Worthing based WANNADO Street Dance required a logo and brand identity to help them stand out in a busy marketplace.
Working with Kerry, the Owner and Dancing Instructor of WANNADO Street Dance, we chose a design that represented the lively, fun and friendly experience that the kids get from attending her classes.
We have provided a range of designs for leaflets, tshirts, business cards and marketing materials to get her noticed and to ensure busy classes for her workshops.
More recently we have updated her graphic mark on her logo and produced posters for crew auditions. a foamex board for promotional days and posters and adverts for the launch of her Spring Hip Hop boot camp.
Love Your Hospital is the dedicated charity for Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
At Bald Designs we designed a Newsletter that gives an insight into the amazing work that Love Your Hospital does, showing fundraising updates, supporters news and reviews, along side information about where the money is spent and how you can continue to donate and help such a worthy cause. As well as the 12 page booklet we designed a letterhead for this mailing.
Bald designs had the pleasure in working with Nevalee Business Solutions to create a new brand identity for their company.
Nevalee are experts at delivering solutions for complex of challenges and guide and support their clients by safeguarding their systems to give their clients’ businesses a leading advantage.
Bald designs also rebranded RedAtlas, an Airport management system and a key product of Nevalee Business Solutions.
The ITF holds a Worldwide Coaches Conference every two years and in 2015 their event was in Turkey.
Initially designing and providing web banners for their Conference website and emails and then was asked to design the splash screen, icons and headers for their Event App.
We also provided collateral materials for their event, such as name badges, posters, PowerPoint templates for presentations and pull up banners.
Inside Worthing publishes two magazines in Worthing, Inside Broadwater and Inside Tarring, supporting local businesses in those specific areas. They have a combined print run of 12,000 magazines
Inside Broadwater's and Inside Tarring’s websites act as a hub for the community to compliment the magazine. The site is regularly updated with current local events and has listings of local community groups and businesses.
We at Bald designs created a new brand suite, logos, mastheads and business cards for the local magazines. We provided an introductory set of guidelines, showing the new fonts, colours, size, spacing and naming criteria, to enable Inside Worthing to be consistent in all aspects of marketing for print and digital uses.
Bald designs loved creating the logo, brand identity and launch materials for Love Your Hospital lottery. We designed the application flyer, posters, online banners and exhibition stand.
Bald designs enjoy working with such a great local charity and we are equally proud of our designs and their work in supporting Western Sussex Hospitals.
Following a rebrand of the franchise logo, Schmidt Kitchens required all their advertising, banners, leaflets and stationery to be updated accordingly.
We have since been retained as their design services provider for all their marketing needs.
"As a busy company it's important to us to be able to give a designer some thoughts and for them to come up with creative ideas. We have been working with Patt for nearly 3 years now and he never fails to impress. He is always coming up with new ideas for us and is very easy to work with. We have used Patt for leaflets, display adverts, brochures and stationery.
I would highly recommend Patt to any business who are looking to make the right impression to their customers"
Commercial Manager, Schmidt Wimbledon
Love Your Hospital is the dedicated charity for Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. They support hospital projects which fall outside of core NHS funding and show a clear and direct benefit to patients.
At Bald Designs we created Love Your Hospitals’ Halloween Firewalk materials. We designed their posters, flyers, application form, outside banner and online banners.
Not all companies need a rebrand but more often a refresh of their existing logo and materials. With SWT Flooring we redrew, refined and cleaned the original logo and mark. We updated the font to Open Sans, chose a rich earthy colour and provided the breakdown of colours for web and print, to ensure consistency whenever materials are produced.
On the back of the business cards we took close up photographs of their flooring to help the prospective customer instantly know what SWT Flooring is all about.
The new brand was then rolled out across all their stationery, signage, advertising and van livery.
Bald designs rebranded RSOPA – Performing Arts. Working with Courtney and Amelia in choosing the best design that portrayed all their strengths, skills and energy.
RSOPA provide dance, drama, singing and performing arts to a wide Worthing audience, with a team of outstanding teachers and professionals who are focussed on individuality.
Bald Designs have designed a new logo and created mini brand guidelines for personal travel expert, Kicki Smith. We recently updated her social media icons and continue the process of implementing the new design through her business cards and other printing collateral.
Bald designs enjoyed designing this brochure pack for W Welch estate agents and for refreshing their brand identity. Taking inspiration from the triangle shapes in the counterspacing of the ”w”. We helped create a fresh design for a great Worthing company.
Love Your Hospital is the dedicated charity for Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Every year, they invest more than £1,000,000 to help ensure patients, visitors and staff at St Richard’s, Worthing and Southlands Hospitals have the best possible experience and that their staff work in a healthy, safe and inspiring environment providing first-class patient care. They support hospital projects which fall outside of core NHS funding and show a clear and direct benefit to patients.
At Bald Designs we created a leaflet that gave an insight into the marvellous work that Love Your Hospital does, showing testimonials along side information about where the money is spent and how you can continue to donate and help such a worthy cause.
On our continuing work with Love Your Hospital, bald designs have designed and created lift wraps and collection tins to help promote their brilliant work.
Bald designs had the pleasure in designing a new brand identity for Illuminate Therapy. We worked with Kay Bradley in producing her new logos for print, screen, mini guidelines and her first marketing material, her business card.
Vertex create all aspects of bespoke joinery, crafted interiors and functional art. Offering high quality service throughout Sussex, London, Surrey and Hampshire.
At Bald Designs, we are updating their brand identity, refreshing their logo to give it more meaning, but keeping the key elements, so as to not alienate their existing customers, that already recognise their mark and trust in it.
We created a flyer, showcasing their recent work at Butlers Restaurant in Arundel and are working with them on more branding elements in the coming months.
We created a logo for business start-up EyeFind, who are an internet based import and export company. Launching in 2017, with a website to follow later in the year.
The branding was applied to their letterhead, compliment slip and business card.
At Bald Designs we designed a leaflet that showed the beautiful jewellery that Orla James creates from their Worthing based family run premises, in Broadwater.
Showing that not only can you buy your wedding jewellery at their shop or online but you can also make your own bespoke wedding bands on the premises.
We also designed two pop up banners that reflect the leaflet design and continues to show their visual brand identity of bespoke quality jewellery.
Flav Desa required a logo and business card for his new business venture and we were happy to provide designs for him.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) needed to update their Play Tennis Manual. The first edition was 50 pages, mainly black and white and with outdated tennis illustrations and diagrams.
This second edition, designed and produced by bald designs, is colourful and informative, easy to navigate through the 166 pages and updated with all the latest rules and regulations, photographs replacing old illustrations, clean graphs and infographics for ease of use.
The Play Tennis Manual is a valuable resource that provides a practical teaching methodology that will support tennis coaches starting on their coach education pathway through the ITF Play Tennis course. It is also a go-to-guide for those tennis coaches looking for more information as to how to better introduce tennis to their beginner players worldwide and to help them learn to play the game in a fun and efficient way.
This printed document is available as an e-book and translations into Spanish, French and Chinese are due mid year.
We were asked to design a logo, marketing material and website for cutler, Deon De Bruyn.
The logo was created and is now used as his Makers Mark Stamp on all his knives and sheaths. The rich and warm colours from Deons’ first Padauk wood knife scale (handle) was used as the background for his stationery and marketing materials.
Creation of logo and design of business cards, flyers and removable magnetic signs for a local handyman.
The use of bright colours, typography and clean imagery helped this company stand out and show a level of professionalism above their competitors.
Westcroft Judo Club introduced a programme of events for which we were asked to design and print a Grading booklet and Certificates.
The purpose of these items were to increase and reward participation for the Judokas and, in so doing, increase revenue for the club.
Baron Grey came to us as they wanted to completely revamp their current logo design to reflect their position as a long-established business, providing high quality professional legal services for both business and private clients since 1922.
We are helping them convey the message that they are a local solicitor at the South side of Richmond Bridge. We have achieved this by using the traditional font of Times New Roman and utilising the letter “G” as a representation of the arches of the bridge.
We have now brought structure and form to all their printed marketing collateral and we will be launching their new website later in 2017.
After winning a pitch, our brief was to create the logo and brand guidelines for the Global Schistosomiasis Alliance.
These guidelines have been developed to ensure consistent branding across all GSA materials. They include information on the use of design, the logo, the colour palette and typography when developing professional communications materials for the GSA.
The design element is an expanded version of the wave in the logo. It serves to increase the visual impact of the logo’s graphic element and is intended for use on less formal, more marketing-based communication pieces and various other branding purposes.
A graphic element builds recognition and guides the placement of images, typography, visual hierarchy and colour schemes. It can also work as decoration in cases where there are no images.
GSA aims to support the goal of the World Health Organization (WHO) to eliminate the tropical worm disease schistosomiasis world-wide.
GSA founding partners include among others the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative, the United States Agency for International Development, Merck, and World Vision International.
We were engaged to create a logo and brand guidelines to reflect the strength and unity of the National Alliance to End FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) and ECM (Ending Child Marriage).
The brand is intended to unify the Alliance’s many members under one common banner. A cohesive brand identity is crucial to the Alliance’s success – it helps both members and the public see the Alliance as a force for change, as an organised body with a clear, strategic goal.
The graphic element has been developed for use within materials and as a background application. The braid is a crucial element that always appears on every piece of communication and can be used to house photography. The colours reflect the Ethiopian flag, rooting the National Alliance to End FGM and ECM in the culture and history of Ethiopia.
We have designed the new logo for the Worthing Blues Festival that will be used on all their marketing materials.
The logo has now been incorporated in to the 1950s style poster that we designed earlier in the year, for the Worthing Blues Festival, which takes place on the 12 August 2017.
Bald Designs designed and produced a brochure and exhibition display for Pindar Creative, to raise awareness of all the services that they provide.