We're listening

We created a set of printed and digital posters to let University of Bristol students know that they are being listened to.

Churchill, the man of the moment

2015 marks the anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill. Historian Sir David Cannadine, also chairman of the Churchill 2015 commemorations, marked the event with the release of a book for which it was a privilege to have the…

Settling in

Starting a new course, moving to a new area, meeting new people… all pretty daunting. For the seventh year, we’ve designed a suite of information guidelines for new undergraduate, postgraduate and overseas students, providing all the essential information needed to…

Showcasing synthetic chemistry

The third edition of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Synthetic Chemistry’s showcase report. A two-yearly publication highlighting the research, development and training carried out at the Centre. One of the features of the report is a timeline which…

Meet RoboThespian and SociBot

Engineered Arts, creators of the humanoid robot RoboThespian, has been busy creating and developing two further robots – Virtual RoboThespian and SociBot. We created new literature, forming part

Nuclear impact

The Nuclear Research Centre recently launched a new programme of study at the University of Bristol. As such the Centre required both an information leaflet as well as general visual promotional items, which included posters and rollerbanners.

Oyster Festival

October marks the start of the six-month oyster dredging season in Falmouth, Cornwall, and is also the date for the annual Oyster Festival. Oyster fishing in Falmouth is governed by laws to protect the local environment and is carried out…

Promoting biology

The promotional folder and inserts for Biological Sciences, at University of Bristol, comprises a suite of insert templates flexible for the future. The design is vibrant and takes advantage of some of the great images captured in the School.

Maths in everyday life

This research project booklet presented the outcomes and findings of the Everyday Maths research carried out at University of Bristol and supported by The Nuffield Foundation. The project developed methods to enable parents to share their uses of maths in everyday life to support their children’s maths…

Keeping kids fab

Three workshop posters, designed and created, for FAB Kids – an outreach initiative to engage and educate young people about the effects of health behaviours on their bodies. Each poster reflected each of the three key areas the project focussed on – Food, Activity and Body.


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