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Mending a broken community: John Whitgift Foundation Annual Review

Having rebranded the John Whitgift Foundation in 2019, we were given the opportunity to apply the vibrant, typographic branding we created to their 2020 Annual Review. This year, the journal shone a light on the ways in which the charity and community it represents banded together in the face of adversity and helped many of those in need. more

March Round Up

This past month, we’ve been working on creating a new Network brand for LRF NEST, designed another insightful report for the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry, and our former PM, Sam, performed one of his top hits live at Ronnie Scott’s. more


Responsive reporting for Croydon BID

We have been working with Croydon BID for a number of years on brand evolution and producing most of their marketing and promotional materials. We also design their corporate reporting documents, including their Annual Report, for the purpose of distributing financial accounts and raising the profile of their many achievements during the year. more


Living in a world of worry – our new website for the Lloyd’s Register Foundation World Risk Poll

We have designed and built a complex, interactive website which is a key focal point at the core of the launch of the The Lloyd’s Register Foundation World Risk Poll. The World Risk Poll, conducted by Gallup as part of its World Poll, is the first global study of worry and risk across the world. more

Visualising AI’s impact on the UK economy

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been all the rave in the world of tech for some time now. This truly revolutionary and disruptive technology is transforming today’s society by impacting virtually every sector of the economy, bringing with it a significant opportunity for UK business, and this has only accelerated since the impact of COVID-19. more