Creative Triangle are thrilled to have successfully tendered to be on The University of Warwick’s Creative & Design framework. Having worked with Warwick for 4 years already we have formed great working relationships and have a deep understanding of the University’s unique vision and goals. We are excited to be able to continue working with Warwick and look forward to helping promote the University through clever and creative design.
A place with infinite possibilities
Following the launch of their new brand earlier in the year, it was paramount that the University of Warwick’s postgraduate prospectus, a key piece of student recruitment collateral, reflected Warwick’s unique strengths and vision.
To aid navigation we colour coded the faculties, we left large areas of white space to make the information easier to absorb and used the triangle device to break up the copy and hold imagery. Through the bold application of the inspiring new brand, this 194pp perfect bound brochure with UV spot finish helps to position Warwick as a world leading university.
The future of Culture and Creativity in GB
Introducing the final report by The Warwick Commission on the Future of Cultural Value titled Enriching Britain: Culture, Creativity and Growth.
The 72pp perfect bound report features a book jacket with a spot white foil finish and draws inspiration from Swiss Style modernism. We used bold typography to make sure no reader would miss the Commission’s key recommendations and the most poignant statistics.
The cover illustration was designed to symbolise the Cultural and Creative Industries Ecosystem – each of the nine industries overlap – together they form the Ecosystem.
Read the full report and recommendations here.
Fresh, understated and modern
We are thrilled to have recently starting working with the University of Warwick and have just completed our first project for them.
The University of Warwick tasked Creative Triangle with the development of a visual device for their new Centre of Professional Education, this had to compliment and work within the University’s existing identity. The visual device needed to firmly position the Centre as a department of the University of Warwick, the design needed to be clean, fresh, understated and modern and the solution needed to be accessible both online and offline.
So far the visual device has been applied to email banners with plans to roll out the look and feel on all marketing collateral for the Centre. And we have just been awarded our second project for the University – a complimentary visual device for the Centre of Education Studies.