As it was for a small charity, I found my graphic design project for WHAG meaningful as they help vulnerable people to rebuild their lives. For instance, WHAG offers support for women who are homeless or who are at risk of this. Importantly, they also support men, women and children who have experienced domestic abuse. The charity was originally founded in 1981 to provide housing and support to vulnerable homeless women in Rochdale. Over time, this expanded to include domestic abuse services for women and men, across a wider area. After all, they now cover Rochdale, Bury, and Cheshire West and Chester.
WHAG asked me to create their first professional designed leaflet. This project I was more than happy to do for a worthwhile cause. I designed a tri-fold flyer to follow their existing brand guidelines for consistency. Therefore I’ve used bold blocks of colour in their signature purple and green. Likewise, I laid out the text content, images and photos to engage and inform people. It was handed out to the attendees at an important new WHAG building launch. As a result the event set the platform for the future. In particular, as it was attended by guest speaker Andy Burnam, Mayor of Greater Manchester.
Here’s are a few words the client had to say about this graphic design project for WHAG:
“What Cat designed is probably the best promotional material our charity organisation has had. She has been extremely great with details and understanding every single time we asked her to make amends. The final design looks amazing. Our whole team believes it’s something we are proud to use to increase our brand visibility. We are certain that it will help us fight against domestic abuse, homelessness and relationship breakdowns. Thank you for an amazing job.”
The WHAG Team