Shared Care Scotland

I’ve really enjoyed a recent branding project with a new client, Shared Care Scotland. Their vision is for a Scotland where everyone who receives support or provides unpaid care can live a full and satisfying life, with the assistance they need to take regular, quality breaks from the everyday demands of their caring routines. 

“In Scotland it is estimated there are over 650,000 people who care for a family member, partner or friend, who may be ill, disabled, or dependent on drugs or alcohol. Short breaks provide a much needed release from the physical and emotional demands of the caring situation and help promote health and wellbeing.”

Shared Care Scotland are currently organising the ‘Access All Areas’ conference, featuring a diverse range of influential speakers. I created an accessible visual identity for the conference, brand guidelines and designed a variety of assets for print and digital. Here’s a wee peek…



Leuchie House – National Respite Centre

I’ve recently been working for a lovely new client, Leuchie House, based in East Lothian. They provide fantastic respite breaks for people with disabilities or a long term health condition. They have fantastic facilities and equipment to ensure that all guests have a comfortable, safe and relaxing break. 

It was great to work on a series of promotional roll-up banner designs, a fundraising brochure and the design of their new magazine ‘Transform’.


Designed to make a difference

I’ve completed a number of design projects recently, working for some great people within the charity sector. This is something I never had a chance to do working in an agency and it’s something I would like to continue in the future. Recent work has included design for Myeloma UK, Aberlour Child Care Trust, Scottish Adoption, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Finding your Voice, a new charity launching in September 2018.


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