Federation’s net assets
Suffolk GP Federation is a not-for-profit organisation owned by 59 GP practices covering 580,000 patients. Members remain independent organisations, whilst working together to develop local primary care.
Briefing us to design a new online resource for them, the Federation asked for something fresh and contemporary that delivers a highly responsive user experience. Our creative solution discarded stereotypical medical imagery in favour of an eye-catching visual approach, combining iconic Suffolk scenes with people shots that emphasise the human side of the service. Simple drop-down menus enable smooth, seamless navigation and browsing.
We also developed an online locum register for the site, giving GP practices fast, easy access to available cover for staff shortages.
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A vintage celebration
UK Power Networks (UKPN) were planning a gala dinner for their CEO and Executive Management Team. To mark the occasion, special gifts were to be presented to guests as a memento of the event.
Personalised wine was the chosen idea and we were asked to design some fun but tasteful labels for the bottles. Our solution was simple and stylish. Firstly, a head shot of the recipient, looking just like the distinguished grandee of a prestigious winery. Secondly, a signature brand alliteratively matching their name with a wine variety. And finally, an amusing strapline that reflected their personality or job role.
Wives and partners also received personalised wine featuring their names and the phrase: ‘Limited Edition- Classic Vintage’.
Although we had to work with photos of varying quality, our eye-catching designer labels were very well received and worked elegantly together to create a suite of truly individual gifts.
Angela wins design award
Angela has won the ‘Eye for Design Award’ at the prestigious DevelopHer Awards held at the Ipswich Town Hall last night.
The award was sponsored by Ipswich based IT specialist recruitment agency Hurren and Hope. The judges praised Angela’s attention to detail, her project management and typographic skills as what set her apart from the other nominees.
Angela said ‘it’s a privilege to have been nominated in the Eye for Design category and I’m extremely proud to receive the award. The DevelopHER awards are doing a fantastic job of recognising achievements of women in the male-dominated tech industry.’
The DevelopHER awards are all about recognising the women that work in technology and inspiring the next generation.
Ange is nominated for DevelopHer Award
It is this drive which has seen the 31-year-old carve out a niche role for herself in the graphic design and advertising company and nomination for this award caps a very successful year.
Angela joined Propeller Design in 2010 as a junior designer and has developed to a senior creative in the Propeller team. And now she has beaten hundreds of nominees to reach the finals of The DevelopHER Awards recognising women who work in the design sector in East Anglia.
Her recent projects include the design and art direction of Amba Hotels Bacon Wrap, a little book of Business Jargon, and the design of Chancerygate’s new company brochure and advertising campaign and more recently the companies new website.
Bawdsey Radar appoints Propeller Design
We’re delighted to have been appointed by people who care for Bawdsey Radar to create a new brand identity for this historic site.
Bawdsey was home to the world’s first operational radar station, enabling the identification of enemy air activity close to our coast from the lead up to the second World War through to the end of the cold war. The site will be regenerated thanks to support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, and when it opens in 2017, our logo, visual identity, colour scheme and positioning statement will be there to support it. We’ve loved working with such a dedicated team of volunteers and pleased to have been asked to create a website and other marketing collateral for Bawdsey Radar too.