Client: Working in the Public Interest (WITPI), University of Sheffield and Newcastle University
University of Sheffield asked Velcrobelly to design two reports for Working In The Public Interest (WITPI).
WITPI is a collaboration between faculties of The University of Sheffield and Newcastle University, whose aim is to research the increasing involvement of private companies in carrying out professional spatial planning work for local government.
Velcrobelly were delighted to work with the WITPI team again, having designed their project logo some years prior.
Along with printed reports, Velcrobelly worked with the WITPI team to build HTML versions of each report for their website.
“Velcrobelly came on board to help us with some key publications and web content that have emerged from our research project ‘Working in the Public Interest’ which explores the state of UK town planning.
It is critical that we reach our audience (including planners, policymakers and the general public) in an accessible and appealing way so that we can communicate our key findings effectively.
The eye-catching graphic design and creative artwork that Velcrobelly provided on a tight schedule have produced a step change in the visual quality, clarity and appeal of our materials. We are absolutely delighted.”
Research Associate, Working in the Public Interest project, University of Sheffield and Newcastle University
Planner Pen Portrait illustrations by Rob Cowan
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