Project Overview Harmony is a social enterprise with the vision to strive for a more progressive future which advocates for adults with learning disabilities in the workplace. Having previously operated under ‘Harmony Corner’  within ‘The Triangle Housing Association’ they were seeking a brand new visual identity including a WordPress website, Social Media accounts and print […]

Project Overview The Witches of Islandmagee Project allowed us to work in partnership with Ulster University academics Dr Andrew Sneddon and Dr Victoria McCollum to create a visual identity and to bring together an interactive experience to showcase the events of the last witch trials in Ireland in 1711 like never before. This involved cooperation […]

Project Overview The Participation and the Practice of Rights (PPR) has tasked us with creating social media content for their #123GP campaign, which seeks changes to the services to help with mental health to ensure that anyone who is experiencing emotional distress pain, or trauma accessing to timely and appropriate support and help. The primary […]

Project Overview We created a 5-day social media campaign for the Foyle Down Syndrome Trust. To showcase “a day in the life of” Foyle Down’s Syndrome Trust that will be posted over Down Syndrome Week on 18th-24th March 2022. This will capture the different activities and resources that are available for people with Down Syndrome, […]

Project Overview   The Ashton Trust is an award winning social regeneration charity that intends to support the local community, promote positive change and improve the quality of life for the people of North Belfast. Ashton is supported by the Belfast Charitable Association as their donor and they want to help the disadvantaged members of […]

Project Overview Share Discovery Village is the largest residential activity centre on the shores of Upper Lough Erne outside Lisnaskea, Northern Ireland. It is a fully accessible holiday village that offer a wide variety of activities for children, families, groups, and clubs and fully accessible for those with disabilities. The aim of this project was […]

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