We had the privilege of working on a branding project for a historic church that has been given new life after two devastating fires. With the help of a £4.2 million lottery funding, the Dockyard Church has been transformed into a modern coworking space and business centre for aspiring young entrepreneurs.

Project disciplines
  • Logo Design
  • Digital Marketing
  • Print Marketing
  • Large Format Marketing
  • Brand Identity & Guidelines
  • Motion & Animation
  • User Interface (UI) Design
  • User Experience (UX) Design
  • Responsive Design
  • API Integration
  • OpenGraph & Schema
  • Landing Page
  • Wordpress CMS
  • Hosting & DNS
  • SSL Certificates
  • Email & Mail Servers
  • Domain Name Registration

— Branding & Identity

Contemporary & Classy

The goal was to design a brand that communicated both the new business centre’s contemporary and inventive character while also reflecting the building’s rich history and tradition. In order to appeal to the youthful and energetic target group, we meticulously created a visual identity that included components employing a modern colour palette and typography.

A new logo, stationery, signage, and website were all created as part of the branding effort to clearly convey the business centre’s special combination of tradition and innovation. The end result is a brand that not only honours the church’s heritage but also provides motivation for business and entrepreneurship in the future.

— Creative Design

Designed to Compliment Architectural Efforts

As part of the branding project for the historic church turned coworking space and business centre, we created various marketing collateral to complement the new visual identity. This included flyers, posters, a website, and social media marketing.

The flyers and posters were designed to promote the various services and facilities available at the business centre. We used a mix of modern typography, bold imagery, and the church’s architectural elements to create eye-catching designs that would appeal to the target audience of young entrepreneurs and business people. The plans were tailored to different events and audiences, such as business workshops, networking events, and corporate meetings.

The Dockyard Church fell victim to a devastating fire on 26th November 1881 and was again gutted by a serious fire on 30th May 2001.

(The Sheerness Dockyard Preservation Trust, 2020)

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