When you have a complex evolving brief you really need a partner not a supplier. That’s exactly what we got when we commissioned Together.
They integrated their design and communication work into a much broader ongoing project and organisation shift, taking care to understand the full context in which we are operating and our long-term goals. This resulted in the creation of well-conceived, tested and effective communications material. The printed items were of the highest quality and really stood out from the crowded landscape of university comms. They did this whilst keeping a watchful eye on our budgets and the overall project goals – always adhering to our brand guidelines and accessibility concerns.
Despite the challenging nature of this brief, working with the LSE was a real pleasure and as one of the top academic institutions in the country it is a very obvious example of where content creation and design need to be in step with one another. For this project the user testing and feedback process we designed led to multiple options being tested with a varied sample of academics before arriving at a finished piece.
As the world becomes increasingly focused on digital communication and embraces new mediums, older mediums tend to disappear or find their niche – print being the latter. We do a great variety of printed work still and know how to get the best from it. Always taking the time to explain to our clients our vision.
Distributed at the London School of Economics, the digital version can be found here.
This short video shows the production of the booklet from the printing process, foiling to finishing touches