topright have many longstanding client relationships of which we are very proud. Relationships like these happen because of the care, honesty and consideration that is at the core of our philosophy.
We joke with our clients, associates and friends that what we do is ‘colouring in’ or ‘joining the dots’. Essentially it is just that, but the dots represent many aspects of your company and are not immediately visible. We reveal them, join them up and colour them in!
topright like to explore the full extent of your design requirement in order to give you a realistic budget which you can count on. Probably one of the reasons so many clients keep coming back to topright.
Annual Report design
Educate our audience
‘Take our annual report design away from the dull, heavy-going stereotype’
Turtle Key Arts asked topright to tell their 2018 story through a 40 page report. We created them a report that looked professional, conveyed their message and visions clearly and educated their audience about what they have already done, laying the groundwork for their plans in the future.
Prestigious school website
‘Take us away from our old overcrowded and out-dated website.’
Heathfield asked topright to re-design their existing website because they had ‘out-grown’ it. They felt it could no longer accommodate the increasing amount of content needed to promote the school. Extensive re-structuring was needed to improve navigation and user experience. One key requirement of the re-design was for the client to have more control of the content.
Campaign logo design and support collateral
‘Enable MPs to quickly source the facts’
Brand identity, logo design
‘Convey a sense of romance and adventure within a rural setting which embodies what we do.’
Itinerant Canvas asked topright to illustrate the meaning of their business through a new brand design. Their company provides an old style experience to clients encompassing travel, romance, adventure, beautiful rural surroundings and a safe, familiar haven.
Brand identity, logo design
Creating an identity
‘Something minimalist, clean and fresh.’
Tech TV, based in Farnham, Surrey, called upon topright for a brand identity. It needed to reflect their professional attitude, trust amongst their clients, friendly, stress-free approach and of course the quality of their work.
Unique advertising campaign
‘We need something unique to help us stand out in a stuffy market place.’
This advertising campaign design work was created for Heathfield School Ascot. The campaign comprises of three words, ‘Unique’ ‘Verve’ and ‘Spirit’. Three powerful words which describe the virtues of a ‘Heathfield girl’. There will be more words added to the campaign through out the year it runs.
Web and identity design
‘It’s not just what the website looks like, create a feeling, an experience.’
Julius Lumsden is not only a fashion designer and creative advisor. He has been a Professor of Fashion Business, Branding, Marketing, Creative process, Trend Analysis, Collection Development, Colour Design Theory and Fashion History. So when he asked topright to express his brand experience using web design they jumped at the challenge.
The Dairy Road Map
‘Showcase 10 years of environmental commitment.’
Dairy UK, NFU and AHDB wanted to showcase 10 years of environmental commitment. This cross-industry initiative is called ‘The Dairy Roadmap’. We were asked to create a brochure that clearly communicated the involved and detailed message.
Brochure design | brand development
Taking good care
‘Create a look that can be taken into everything that we do.’
Person Centred Software (based in Guildford, Surrey) asked topright to design a brochure. This brochure would be a catalyst for their brand development.
Show leaflet design
Inclusive design using braille
‘Something that is attractive to both our sighted and visually impaired audience’
Extant, who are the UK’s only professional performing arts company of visually impaired artists approached topright to design them a leaflet for their latest performance ‘Flight Paths.’ The show would tell the tale of the Goze women – storytellers and musicians who travelled the length and breadth of medieval Japan making a living from performing epic tales. The leaflet had to appeal to both their sighted and visually impaired audience.
Campaign and web design
Tell it like it is!
Unity | Digital Toolkit | Education | Communication
Dairy UK and AHDB (Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board) asked topright to create a campaign style and develop an accompanying website. It will bring dairy farmers together and enable them with the knowledge and social media tools. A campaign to promote the nutritional benefits of dairy to consumers through their own social media platforms.
‘Create something that is engaging and age-appropriate.’
Merlin Entertainments asked us to create a visual illustration for Weymouth SEA LIFE. Highlight the ongoing plastic pollution problem in the world’s oceans.