Rare Design Case Study: Vodafone

We support the bid team at Vodafone in procuring new work. Working with Vodafone’s Brand Guidelines we provide creative assistance to produce:

  • Word and Powerpoint templates
  • Develop icons and infographics
  • Create and animate complex diagrams
  • And turn incredibly complex technical architectures into works of art that are easy to read and understand.

We maintain the highest standards of professionalism. This includes attaining full professional accreditation where appropriate, and complying with all relevant
legal regulations. We are available 24/7 to ensure the bids go out on time.

You can check out more of my work on my website: www.raredesign.co.uk

Rare Design Case Study: Mead Open Farm rebrand

Our key objective was to develop a flexible brand platform that work across all media while still remaining instantly recognisable. As part of this project we designed a new logo based on ‘Shaggy’ the cow, aimed at children aged 5 to 10. We created a new website, leaflets, advertisements, posters (including 48-sheet billboards), signage and much much more… We continue to support Mead Open Farm on an ongoing basis.

You can check out more of my work on my website: www.raredesign.co.uk

A great presentation by Rare Design

Jason Chapman of Rare Design showed us on May 19th why he deserves the term ‘creative’ being applied to his business.

He talked us through the kind of terrific service he provides to ‘blue chip’ companies and also how he has helped to create and develop highly relevant marketing material for smaller businesses.

He was able to demonstrate what he does with graphics that were, to say the least, impressive.

Once again it showed the kind of talent and business friendly skills that are present in our networking group.

Making wills – it’s never too soon……………

Paul Beck made a presentation on May 5th sharing with the group his experiences as a will writer.

People put off making wills for all sorts of reasons. As Paul reminded the group – bad things can and do happen and to leave the people we care for the most ‘in the lurch’ just because we don’t care enough to put a will into place is a major failing.

People don’t know what they don’t know. In particular they don’t realise how bad things can be when there’s no will – and the worst happens.

Partners are particularly exposed having no automatic right of inheritance – so partners can find themsleves in court contesting with other family members to obtain a settlement. When children are involved this can be an emotional and financial mess of major proportions leaving scars that last. Who would want to leave that as their legacy?

Paul explained how easy the process can be – as reported by the many clients of his who had posted on the Trading Standards website their comments:

Paul ended his presentation with the much quoted ‘ It’s never too soon to make a will….it can sometimes be too late…..’