Literature case studies

Gratnells - Enhancing the learning environment book

BRIEF: To create an inspirational, ambitious and comprehensive summary of the client’s positioning in the education sector.

RESPONSE: The agency used a wide range of sources to gather new and existing material, supplemented by extensive reading and analysis of published works and respected sector commentators, to create a substantial body of content.

To this was added an original design concept which created the platform for a coherent and impressive 60 page document.

The project was completed from brief to delivery in just 2 weeks.

tesa – corporate literature range

BRIEF: To format tesa UK's new and existing literature to match new coorporate guidelines.

RESPONSE: tesa UK is a major manufacturer of adhesive tapes and adhesive tape technologies supplying products and services to industries including Print, Automotive, Furniture, Electronics, Packaging and Construction. The tesa product range includes a large number of patented technologies and is produced to a very high quality.

Gateway Qualifications – literature range

BRIEF: To create a suite of Literature items to reflect the new Gateway Qualifications brand identity

RESPONSE: Gateway Qualifications is the new name for a former OCN awarding body, based in the East of England. They design and produce a wide range of qualifications for the FE sector, training providers, independent colleges and apprenticeship providers.

Their qualifications suite includes ESOL, numeracy and literacy as well as specifically technical subjects.

We created a template for each of the literature types including the style and tone of voice for the text. 

Edgbaston High School for Girls – Range of Prostectuses

BRIEF: Edgbaston High School for Girls is a selective independent girls’ school in Birmingham, an area which still has selection by ability at year 6 by means of the 11 plus examination. The school, therefore, has not only to compete against others in the private sector, but also against selective state schools.

RESPONSE: Tregartha Dinnie took elements of the existing school identity, and created a modern approach to reflect the vigour and energy of the school itself. The programme included the production of a range of prospectuses.

Miller Fall Arrest – training materials

BRIEF: To produce a comprehensive guide to Fall Arrest products and their safe use.

RESPONSE: From notes provided, Tregartha Dinnie wrote, designed, illustrated and photographed the detailed training guide. Produced as an updateable loose leaf document supplied in a rugged binder, it provided up to date instruction to safety managers and users on all the correct use of and the current legislation covering fall arrest equipment.

A pocket guide was produced to indiviual employees as an easy to use reference of the key points raised in training.

A fall protection guide was also produced containing detailed safety instruction and highlighting suitable items from the miller product range.

ToysRus Coupon Mailings

BRIEF: To create a cost effective promotional mailing piece for ToysRus

RESPONSE: We designed a single sheet mailing piece with a coupon booklet and envelope, all formed from one sheet of personalised paper. finished in line in on single pass through the press, this did not require any further finishing.
Two versions were produced, one for ToysRus and a furtjher version for the BabysRus Mother and Baby club.