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Hazelwood Holiday Park Logo & Branding By Exeter’s Design Credo

South Devon’s Hazelwood Holiday Park have commissioned Design Credo to develop a new visual brand and logo.

This new look will be applied to standard printed business materials such as letterheads and compliments slips as well as brochures and flyers. In addition to this the design will be applied to signage around the South Devon holiday park.

The design is an evolution of the existing brand and has been created with ease of use and consistency across various types of media in mind. The new look is currently being implemented across digital media and communication as well as signage throughout Hazelwood’s quality holiday park. In addition to this specific logo forms have been developed for Hazelwood’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

Rather than ‘re-invent the wheel’ Design Credo chose to refine and simply the elements of the existing brand whilst adding new secondary aspects to communicate the fun of a Devon holiday.

Hazelwood Holiday Park Logo & Branding

Commercial Property Location Photography & Brochure Design


Exeter graphic design company Design Credo have produced a commercial office brochure design for the Forum in central Exeter.

Working on behalf of Turner-Locker Exeter’s commercial property agency, the project has so far included photography, graphic design and print management.

The Forum offers a prime office location in central Exeter with excellent local facilities and close proximity to the Princesshay shopping facility

Property Photography

All aspects of the building were photographed by Design Credo including interior and exterior photography.
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Graphic Design Can Change Your Life: Vimeo

There are many many people who I have utter respect for. Beyond that there are others who I am more than a little in awe of. Erik Spiekermann is someone in this latter group. I guess though, that this page was exactly what I exactly what I expected and merely serves to reinforce my respect.

It is easy to overlook typeface design, this video (more of a mini-documentary really) gives a great insight into the process.

Erik Spiekermann talking with Gestalten TV about the process of designing typefaces. Listen to him finding handy analogies to music, the rhythm of spaces and the silence between characters.

edenspiekermann Vimeo
edenspiekermann

Commercial Property Brochure Design: Park 5, Exeter

Park5 Commercial Property Brochure
Exeter graphic design company Design Credo have produced a new brochure design for Park5, the commercial office facility near the M5 Junction 30, the gateway to Exeter.

Working alongside Tiger Developments, Alder King and Haarer Goss, the project has so far included photography, graphic design and website design.

Park 5 offers superb out of town office location. The modern office suites offer superb access to a range of transport options, local commerce and an increasing range of high quality local facilities.

Photography

Initially Design Credo photographed the building exterior, recent refurbishments and common facilities.

Supporting photography was commissioned to add focus to the excellent location of Park5, particularly to rail and air networks as well as quality local out of town facilities.

Design

Due to the needs of this kind of commission large print runs are not necessary and would be both unnecessarily costly and environmentally inconsiderate. This brochure has been designed as an A4 four page folder. However the most likely delivery mode is digital, either as an email attachment or as a download link from a website. A second version of the folder has been created for online use.
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Pure Reversal: Letterform and Letterpress

PureReversal by Build. Another Vimeo looking at heavy metal

‘Pure’ typeface by Dalton Maag
Film produced & directed by Build
Letterform production by Matt McKenzie
Letterpress by Paekakariki Press
Film & editing by ShootMedia
Original music by J—VEN
All © 2011 Nokia

Now With Added Instructions

Following a a close viewing of this video with my old friend Simon Latcham, he kindly sent me Instructions in the form of Heidelberg KORD Operation Manual.

A Brief History of Film Title Design: Vimeo

Presentation video for the SXSW “Excellence in Title Design” competition screening.

Editor: Ian Albinson

Initial concept: David Horridge (davidhorridge.com)
Special thanks: M. Keegan Uhl (mkeeganuhl.com), Bill Simmon (billsimmon.com)

Music: RJD2 “Ghostwriter”

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