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Portfolio

Our award-winning artists and designers have worked with many universities and with the NIHR, NHS England, the Violence Abuse and Mental Health Network (VAMHN), among others, and have exhibited widely, including at the Whitechapel Gallery, V&A, British Film Institute, and the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.

See examples of our work below.

 

 

 

 

Artworks, illustrations, comic strips

 

Artwork, illustrations, comic strips, and other creative expressions can bring research to life in many ways; they can illustrate complex or important aspects of the research, capture lived experience perspectives, provide different dimensions of understanding, or articulate what cannot be expressed through words.

Traumascapes artwork
Traumascapes artwork
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Traumascapes photography
Traumascapes comic strip

Infographics

 

By combining short texts and visual components, infographics are engaging, accessible, and very effective in communicating key information. They are particularly useful to reach audiences who are short on time, who need something they can quickly refer back to, or who would not otherwise read about the topic.

Traumascapes Infographic
Traumascapes Infographic
Traumascapes Infographic
Traumascapes Infographic

 

 

 

Reports

 

Reports are an important way of communicating research findings. More accessible and more versatile than academic papers, they can contain significant amounts of information and engage broad audiences, including communities concerned, practitioners, policy makers, and the general public. For this to be effective, design is key: with a strategic use of colours, visuals, and spaces the breathe, we can keep readers engaged, guide their eyes to catch key points, and help them retain essential information.

Report design
Report design
Report design

 

This report was designed for a study on traumatic loss, commissioned by the Mayor of London and conducted in partnership with Thrive LDN and Nicola Lester.

 

This report was designed for guidelines that emerged from a study on trauma-informed talking therapy assessments led by Dr Angela Sweeney, supported by he Trauma-Informed Community of Action, the British Psychological Society, and the NIHR.

Report design
Report design
Report design
Report design
Report design
Report design

 

This report was designed for a study on how to reach and help children and young people at risk of abuse,

 

 

Websites & digital outputs

 

Websites and digital outputs are great at engaging broad audiences and transcending geographical borders. They are particularly useful for interactive tools intended to be explored or used and for projects that are evolving and growing. With numerous blank canvases to work with, they allow for a lot of creativity in their design and a lot of different components in their structure.

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Physical outputs

 

Physical, tactile outputs are exceptionally effective at facilitating interaction and engagement. They can be used within the research team or with research participants to facilitate dialogue, co-design, and co-production, or they can be used to disseminate research findings and support conversations on the topic, or make a research framework tangible and interactive, for example.

 

Animations & videos

 

Animations and videos are fantastic to capture people's attention, distill complex information into graspable and easily retainable concepts, or communicate the importance of a topic and make a call to action that speaks to people's emotions.

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