On Thursday 31st January 2019, Cuilcagh to Cleenish: A Great Place celebrated their official launch in the Cleenish Community Millennium Hall, Co. Fermanagh. The aim of their project is to connect the communities of Cleenish, Bellanaleck, Arney and Killesher to combine heritage, culture and outdoor recreation.
For the official launch, we worked closely with the team to create a unique ident and bespoke website. The logo was designed to reflect the Cuilcagh to Cleenish area – mountain top to shore line, and the culture, heritage and natural beauty in-between. The brochure website is full of key information about the scheme, its partners and forthcoming projects. Be sure to check out the exciting plans they have in place for this beautiful part of Fermanagh!
On the 5th December 2018, Lough Erne Landscape Partnership (LELP) celebrated their official launch in the Enniskillen Castle Museum, Co. Fermanagh. The core message of the event was to introduce the 23 projects that the partnership will deliver to help improve access to the lough, protect habitats and species and conserve and enhance the built, natural and cultural heritage of the region.
We worked closely with the LELP team to create a range of engaging graphics including: pull-up stands, presentation folders, postcards, newsletters and business cards. For their official launch, we also restructured the LELP website (lelp.org.uk) to focus on News and Events and the range of projects they are set to deliver until 2023.
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Logo design can be complex at the best of times, but when the world is your target audience things can get a little bit problematic. Some of the biggest design agencies in the world crumble under the pressure, some come up with something truly special whilst others simply copy other logos. This is a breakdown of the most recent summer Olympic games branding and the long and winding road towards olympic gold, design wise anyway.
Lets start at the very beginning.
Unless you have been hiding under a rock for the past 5 years you are more than likely aware of the marketing tool that are ‘Minions’. I refer to them as a ‘tool’ as any credibility the cutesy little characters had has been lost with the recent release of the self titled spin off movie, Minions. They’re everywhere!
It seems that we have been getting a bit of praise as of late from one of our clients. We recently had the privilege of working with the Lisnaskea chamber of commerce. A new logo and brand identity was required and it appears they were very happy with it.
Shane Wilson; President of the Lisnaskea Chamber of Commerce had this to say:
The Kingfisher Challenge (Cycle) took place on Sunday 7th September 2014. It was organised by the Upper Lough Erne Tourism Development Association (ULETDA) who requested SugarProjects to design a logo specifically for the promotion of the event.
A recent installation for Liberty Insurance in the Liberty Centre, Blanchardstown from SugarProjects.