Garrett’s design research on the legibility and functionality of road signs has lead to him being commissioned to write a report for Conradh na Gaeilge. The report will be submitted to government by the Irish language group.
Like all good retailers ‑ Sage & Stone in Navan town centre are always innovating. The latest addition is a demonstration kitchen...We designed marketing communications for their programme of events, an opportunity for customers to be involved in in‑store cooking and baking demonstrations, as well as shopping events.
We created a communications campaign, Take your seat, for Wexford Festival Foundation, who are charged with raising a community contribution of €7m towards the building of Wexford Opera House.
The campaign allows patrons to dedicate a seat at the new Opera House, with a plaque discreetly displayed on the seat of their choice. It follows our communications campaign to local businesses seeking pledges to support and sponsor the house.
Design for growth
We devised a new name and designed a new brand identity for this growing healthcare clinic, OAK, Osteopathy Associates Killaloe.
What’s in a name?In changing the name, the initials OAK create a healthy visual metaphor for strength, stability and growth – essential elements in marketing this healthcare service.
We designed an individual brochure for each of the specialisms, marketing the methodology and benefits of care. (Click to enlarge image)
Starting Small Standing Tall is a child-centred creche, playschool and Montessori with indoor and outdoor playgrounds and plenty of activities for enquiring minds.
They required an identity to bring their friendly offer to life. Rain created an illustrated brand mark and a cast of characters to communicate the offer in an engaging way.
Bringing warmth and humanity to the brand
Given the size of operations and the state‑of‑the‑art facilities available, it was important not to lose the friendly, warm atmosphere of the organisation. We designed a brand mark which captures the spirit and warmth of the business. The characters were extended into a 'family' of illustrated kids used for various promotional materials and signs (see below).
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