Website design and build
The leading accreditation for the hospitality industry, Hospitality Assured, have a new website which I have designed and coded. Containing a myriad of information from news, marketing materials and details of the accreditation itself, this site was built to WC3 HTML 4.01 validation and CSS 1.0 standards.
Leaflets for HCIMA's attendance at Hotelympia 2006
A couple of quick adverts for recently created to promote the HCIMA's presence at Hotelympia 2006. One advert was to promote their prize draw giveaway and was double sided whilst the other was used to promote the informing, supporting and networking elements of being a member.
Monopoly themed event
As part of the Monopoly themed HCIMA President's Ball event, held in November, various supporting materials were required. This ticket, created recently, is indicative of the overall style adopted and was also incorporated into an application form, promotional postcards and magazine cover.
Membership benefits leaflet
The HCIMA required a leaflet detailing the benefits and services available to members of the association. Clear and engaging, the design revolves around a seven column grid structure allowing for a flexible layout. The cover was a chosen to be a dynamic and group orientated metaphor for HCIMA membership.
Logo for video game company
Here is a recently completed logo for Hi-Score who are a video games developer. Formerly 'Hi-Score TV', I managed to convince them that dropping the 'TV' would help as the target platforms they develop for are varied (such as handheld, web and phone). Initially I created a range of options which were then whittled down to what you see. I suggested that a strapline would help clarify their line of business to those unaware of who they were.
Website design and build for chip and pin forum
I have just completed a website design and template for the HCIMA's Hospitality Users Discussion Forum for Chip and PIN. In order to minimise costs the HCIMA wanted to add their own pages, therefore I coded only the homepage and subpage which acted as templates. Additionally, it was important to supply clear documentation on site structure and how to add new pages and sections.
A guide to website development
As part on my ongoing work with the HCIMA's Small Business Seminar project, I was recently asked to write and design a guide to web development. The design follows on from the advertising and postcard material which was developed for the seminar event. It turned out to be quite a lengthy document considering it was just meant to be an overview — however there is so much to the subject that one or two pages wouldn't have done it justice.
Small Business Seminars Indentity
I have recently completed a logo, advertisement, postcard and website concept for the HCIMA's selection of new seminars aimed at small businesses. The brief required something which was separate from the existing HCIMA identity but retained a smattering for reference.
Direct Mail leaflet for HCIMA promotion and membership
This direct mail campaign for the HCIMA was designed to promote the benefits of the joining the organisation.
A gatefold leaflet was designed using images of existing, high profile, members with soundbytes attributed to each of them. This was also used to reflect, and make reference to, the advertising which had been established earlier.
Chip and pin leaflet
This flyer (which has been designed in accordance with the HCIMA guidelines I designed and produced) was used for an open debate on Chip and Pin.
HCIMA annual lunch menu and ticket
To accompany the HCIMA Annual Lunch event (not only with its application form and advertising) a ticket and menu was designed.
Management guide leaflets
The HCIMA (Hospitality Catering International Management Association) required information leaflets which act as informative guides on a range of issues.
This series of adverts were required to impart the benefits of becoming a member of the HCIMA to help boost membership numbers.
Booklet for Viacom Outdoor's client London Underground
Leading outdoor media company, Viacom Outdoor, sought to produce a retrospective of their advertising projects on the London Underground. This booklet was distributed to LU in order to promote the various successes Viacom have had.