Graphic Design

Redbee Media, Bringing The Doctor To Life.

Client(s):

Birmingham City University, Red Bee Media.

Creative Brief:

As an academic project set up by Birmingham City University and Red Bee Media, we were put into two groups to create an interactive comic book. My role for the team was to undertake primary research by using local Dr Who fans by performing focus groups; Secondary research methods were used for online Dr Who fans by posting online questionnaires to fan forums and online research.

From the results given, we were able to conduct useful research based on their response. Later being passed on to the Digital Designers and Coders to create the interactive comic book experience, ready for us to deliver a presentation live to Red Bee Media.

Role Responsibilities:

Market Research:

  • Using primary research methods by focus groups with local Dr Who fans.

  • Using secondary research methods by online forums and online questionnaire’s.

  • Conducting a Competitive Analysis, on Dr Who’s best competitors, such as Marvel and DC.

  • Conducting Research based on questionnaire results, such as Time settings, Villains, Dr Who’s and Games.

Graphic Design:

  • Creating a presentation themed to the client.

  • Creating an Infographic based on research findings, found by our questionnaire results.

Timescale:

6 Weeks.

Solution:

As a team of 6, We successfully performed a presentation live to the client and were able to create an app of the interactive comic book for the client to test; we overall received great feedback for our efforts for creating a working module of an interactive comic book. Fully Finished.

Examples of Work (Full Documents Available of Request):

New Menu, Great Food.

Client(s):

The Long Itch Diner & Truly Content.

Creative Brief:

With collaboration with Truly Content. working as a freelance and working with one of the most popular destinations of the village. The Long Itch Diner provides not only excellent service but great food. Beloved by many locals and a popular pit stop attraction for vintage car and bike lovers. The job on hand is to recreate the menu with fresh and on brand design with updates on new menu items for new food ideas to expand the range of food of The Long Itch Diner.

Role Responsibilities:

Graphic Design:

  • Create and Design A5 brochure for the new menu at The Long Itch Diner.

  • Research and Explore different colour styles expressing the '“Vintage'‘ brand image.

  • Research and Explore Different images, using copyright free stock images.

  • Recreate and Design any design changes based on client feedback when needed.

Timescale:

1-3 Days.

Solution:

We delivered the design, quick, on brand and successfully. Thanks to Truly Content with other marketing efforts such as copywriting and menu printing costs. We performed the project in a breeze together and now is enjoyed by many locals as a fresh and simple menu.

Examples of Work (Full Documents Available of Request):