A6 leaflet delivery today for the Vale First Responders' Chairman, Rod Whitehead.
A promotional package delivery for the Vale First Responders' Chairman Rod Whitehead. This included a 2 metre high pull up vertical banner which folds down into a handy carry case, ready to take to an exhibition.
The VFR vertical banner in situ at the Bingham Fair.
Design and print delivery today to Rod, Chairman of the Vale First Responders. This included a 4 foot wide by 2 foot high banner which rolls up ready to take to an exhibition. It comes complete with eyelets so you can hang it up.
I've really enjoyed working with Jason King again, this time updating his brochure to an eight panelled marketing mailer.
An outdoor swing board - delivered this morning to Liz, Owner, House into Home. This swing board measures 430mm wide x 625mm high and is double-sided, weatherproof and has a weighted base.
I attended the monthly Langar Hall LinkedIn Networking Lunch as usual today. But, unusually, I bumped into an old associate - Peter Duffell of Westwood Coaching. Aside from networking, there is a lovely group of business people I've come to know over the past year.
I really enjoyed today's website photo shoot with Simon of NHT. I particularly liked this photo I took of Simon for his Website Profile Page.
Here is the swing board I designed for Wendy Preece of Rushcliffe Foot Care. She wanted a simple, clean, easy to read sign that was sturdy and well made. These cost £198 (using the same design on both sides) which includes the double-sided swing board, design, delivery, assembly and VAT.
In my new role as the drama group designer, I have designed the latest play poster and programmes.
A new window banner for Joy at The Beauty Spot
Peter's leaflet - front design trifold.
My latest leaflet design and a great testimonial from Peter: 'Excellent friendly service by Kate. Very pleased with the flyers that she has designed for me to promote my business, totally professional approach, and highly recommended.'
My latest photo using a macro lens, tripod and timer at the Radcliffe Photo Coach Club demo last night. We were taught a nifty trick focusing on water droplets on a pane of glass with coloured crayons underneath. It also takes into account the Rule of Thirds with the crayons off-set.
My latest client, Michelle Lang from the Beauty Spot needed a fresh new look to her shop front. My previous blog explains how I designed a new sign and window banners.
Phase 2: I then recommended painting both of her brown shop signs white, cleaning the black letters and putting them back up. I felt this was a simple solution, cost effective and in line with the new black and white theme. The sign looks a lot better as I felt the black letters had been lost on the previous brown background.
Michelle Lang from the Beauty Spot contacted me and wanted a fresh, cost effective look for her business. I suggested and designed a simple white out of black extended 'pub sign' which could be seen outside from both directions.
I then designed 3 white window banners suspended on ropes, using simple clean black text and clean images.
Kate with Krista Livsey, Radcliffe Junior School Office ManagerRead More
Very happy to deliver 240 yearbooks I project managed and designed to Steve Arnold, Headteacher, West Bridgford Junior School.
I have been using some of the tips and tricks I have learned from the Photo Coach Club. For this photo, I was playing around with black and white photography, shutter speed and ISO on my camera.
I really enjoyed taking the photos at the #Xrunner event at the National Watersports Centre. Please see a sample of my Xrunner photos on my website. The full album is on my Facebook site. Thank you Paula for purchasing this photo - looking forward to next year.
I'm really excited about tonight's opening night of the new Photographer's Coach Club in Radcliffe. I really enjoy photography but I need to have a better understanding of how my camera works if I want to improve my photography.