Main Line

Main Line is an events management company who put on large events in big citys including Durham and Leeds. A long term client I've worked with where I've produced websites, full brand refreshes, to flyers leaflets and animations. 

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30 Logo Challenge

A collection of logo marks and monograms produced as part of the challenge ‘30 logo challenge’ where I had to produce a logo a day for 30 days. Every day I was given a fictional client who needed an identity to suit their business, over email I was given information on what the client was after.

30 Logo Challenge

A collection of logo marks and monograms produced as part of the challenge ‘30 logo challenge’ where I had to produce a logo a day for 30 days. Every day I was given a fictional client who needed an identity to suit their business, over email I was given information on what they client was after.

30 Logo Challenge

A collection of logo marks and monograms produced as part of the challenge ‘30 logo challenge’ where I had to produce a logo a day for 30 days. Every day I was given a fictional client who needed an identity to suit their business, over email I was given information on what they were after.

C J Randall Engineering

Callum wanted a strong and versatile logo which would translate well in the labour heavy industry he works in, with a target audience in logistics. 

I came up with something bold with the initials ‘C J’, the lines have a constructional feel to them while also looking the part on multiple components of his business which was important as it would be going on business cards, Hi-Vis jackets, equipment and more. The curves of the C and J I felt worked well together to form an effective and symmetrical mark.

On top of an identity we also worked on business cards and a website using Wordpress, I included a detailed typographic brochure to present the outcomes to him, which showed the process of some of the initial development, and design decisions.

C J Randall Engineering

Callum wanted a strong and versatile logo which would translate well in the labour heavy industry he works in, with a target audience in logistics. 

I came up with something bold with the initials ‘C J’, the lines have a constructional feel to them while also looking the part on multiple components of his business which was important as it would be going on business cards, Hi-Vis jackets, equipment and more. The curves of the C and J I felt worked well together to form an effective and symmetrical mark.

On top of an identity we also worked on business cards and a website using Wordpress, I included a detailed typographic brochure to present the outcomes to him, which showed the process of some of the initial development, and design decisions.

C J Randall Engineering

Callum wanted a strong and versatile logo which would translate well in the labour heavy industry he works in, with a target audience in logistics.

I came up with something bold with the initials ‘C J’, the lines have a constructional feel to them while also looking the part on multiple components of his business which was important as it would be going on business cards, Hi-Vis jackets, equipment and more. The curves of the C and J I felt worked well together to form an effective and symmetrical mark.

On top of an identity we also worked on business cards and a website using Wordpress, I included a detailed typographic brochure to present the outcomes to him, which showed the process of some of the initial development, and design decisions.

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