Cornerstone were asked to design and print the GMWDA Up & Forward project review brochure, which was to be visually engaging, presenting project summary information in an interesting and design-led manner to help improve user experience, and include overall uptake of the content being provided.
Cornerstone’s graphic design team worked hard to ensure the creative was in line with the design route initially developed for the organisation’s website (also produced by Cornerstone), whilst showing the organisation’s progression and outstanding work within the community. For this reason, the visual appearance ensured a colourful and fluid design, including strong imagery of the scheme’s success within local boroughs.
The Delivery & Outcome:
The creative route has been praised by many stakeholders both internal and external to GMWDA and is felt to be a strong execution of the initial brief. The project was designed in extremely tight timescales, and produced to exacting standards, ready for a major event being held in Manchester city centre.