My Silver Lined Horizons design work has been actively going a few years now. As a youth engagement company, it’s always fun to develop their main brand and communications across their two main audiences. That is to say young people as well as teams in organisations who want to learn from the next generation. I’ve worked with Frankiee and Natasha with their infectious positivity to develop their brand and products. Likewise, the projects have included business cards, digital and print flyers, report covers and roller banners for their workshops and talks. Moreover I created packaging design for Chateez cards and packs themselves. Further, in terms of digital design, this has covered Mailchimp e-newsletters, social media profiles and designed posts.
After that, more recently I’ve completed projects for a Young Commissioner programme. As this goes direct to young people, I designed it to be bright and engaging. Other materials, such as training promotions, are designed for teams in organisations. Therefore these use brand colours with a smart and cleaner design for these audiences.
It’s rewarding to know my work helps support a meaningful social purpose and helps engage young people and adults alike. In other words, I’ve evolved the visuals to keep them fresh, using speech bubbles and scribbly line elements to convey talking about various feelings, all packaged in the bright and friendly overall branding.
In short, Silver Lined Horizons design is one of my most valued ongoing long-term clients.
Please check out other branding and print projects for KnowledgePoint.