Yoga Team

Cat Quinney Infographics, Print, Web Design

  Based in London, Yoga Team provide one-to-one or small group classes sequenced and scheduled exclusively and delivered to clients’ homes, office or hotel. Included in the work I’ve done for Yoga Team, I expanded the brand by designing the front-end of their desktop website to incorporate their booking system in the header space, this included feeding back to the … Read More


Cat Quinney Print

  Good People deliver transformative work, helping to build community-driven solutions that match people with opportunity. They commissioned me to design their 70+ page report ‘A Better Working Future for Ex-Service Personnel’. I enjoyed the challenge of organising all the details and finding an approach that solved the brief. The client needed text document supplied to fit more or less … Read More


Cat Quinney Print

WHAG leaflet

  A small charity, WHAG helps people rebuild their lives, WHAG asked me to create their first professionally-designed leaflet, which I was more than happy to do for a good cause. The tri-fold flyer was on-brand and engaged and informed people at a new building launch event which had as guest speaker Andy Burnam, Mayor of Greater Manchester. “What Cat … Read More

Whizz Pop Bang Magazine

Cat Quinney Print

  For 8 issues, I created fun pages for Whizz Pop Bang magazine for kids aged 6-11 years: News, Interview, Quiz, How Stuff Works, a centre Pull-out with double-sided cut-outs and the Letters spread which I revamped in the style of robot Y’s inner workings. I brought fresh thinking, design evolution, attention to detail, artworking files to press and an … Read More

The Little Leather Factory

Cat Quinney Logo & Brand, Print

  The Little Leather Factory set me a creative challenge to rebrand their company to bring their identity in line with their brand values. Designed to attract designers and small boutiques to produce goods with them and their high quality artisan craftspeople who care as much about the product as their customers do. The new logo identity needed to impart … Read More


Cat Quinney Logo & Brand, Print

KnowledgePoint brochure

  KnowledgePoint tasked me with extending their branding and bringing it to life in a new landscape company brochure. I introduced an outline rectangular device to pace and vary the layouts, develop typography styles and used turquoise and blue for the two service streams. I created and developed a cubic supergraphic pattern for use across branded materials, a suite of … Read More

City of London Corporation

Cat Quinney Infographics, Large Format & Packaging, Print, Web Design

  The Lord Mayor’s annual Dragon Awards brochure and flyer I’ve designed for three years, attended by city businesses and the Lord Mayor. Building on the template by a third party, I refined and tidied it for efficiency and adapted with an overview on the schedule and plan for the whole booklet, ensuring all the artwork was supplied thoroughly and … Read More

Nurture Magazine

Cat Quinney Print

Portland Hospital Nurture magazine

  Here I designed articles for Nurture Magazine, a parenting magazine for patients and parents at The Portland Hospital, a private hospital in London. Using the magazine style, I created more than half of three issues, thinking about consistency, about the clientele, the look and feel and the need to keep it fresh and varied throughout the pages. Working as … Read More

Silver Lined Horizons

Cat Quinney Large Format & Packaging, Logo & Brand, Print, Web Design

Chateez cards in use

  I’ve been enjoying creating graphics for youth engagement company Silver Lined Horizons a few years. It’s always fun to develop their brand and communications across two main audiences; 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 and drive to create their … Read More

Trees for Cities

Cat Quinney Infographics, Print, Web Design

  Trees for Cities gets stuck in with local communities to cultivate lasting change in their neighbourhoods – whether it’s revitalising forgotten spaces, creating healthier environments or getting people excited about growing, foraging and eating healthy food. I started out in 2007 as a planting volunteer and later on I was asked to design for them which included a new … Read More