KnowledgePoint supports the learning industry. That is to say they do thiso through print, digital and channel services. Above all, graphic design for KnowledgePoint means bringing a brand to life. For instance, I introduced a rectangular device for layout design. During the project I also developed typography styles.
Moreover, I created a cube pattern for use across materials. Secondly, I created a suite of business cards. Thirdly, they used my elements for an exposition stand (third party). Above you see my design materials displayed.
Additionally, I devised concepts for a 20th year Christmas card. The winning idea was a tree-shaped gift stack in brand colours. A later project involved designing a spiral notebook. For instance it had engaging activity pages between note pages. This went out in a pack with the brochure to customers.
In conclusion, being instrumental in graphic design for KnowledgePoint is a valuable experience. Similarly, it’s rewarding as it supports the education sector. I’ve enjoyed being involved in design development over the years.
“I’ve worked with Cat for about 2 years. In short this has been on a wide range of design projects. It includes marketing collateral to new branding work for our business. I have found her service to be creative first off. She’s very thorough with great attention to detail. She listens effectively to what I seek and brings beautiful design ideas every time. This is all done in a timely manner with excellent communication. Cat is a pleasure to deal with. One of her many qualities that stood out is a high standard of production.”
Lauren Tomlinson, Marketing Communications Executive