• Transform magazine
  • March 31, 2020

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Sands of time

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For Jordan’s Queen Rania Foundation – which focuses on education as a means to combatting poverty, crime and conflict – needed a strong identity to help it cut-through and achieve awareness with its target group of donors. Landor developed...

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BSA’s rebrand gives stammerers a voice

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Stammering - or stuttering - is a relatively common speech problem characterised by unintentional repetitions and extensions of sounds, syllables, and silent pauses. It currently concerns about 700.000 people in the UK, and is a great sour...

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Unicef’s Marble collective democratises big data

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Unicef has partnered with design consultancy Jones Knowles Ritchie to design Marble, a collective aiming to repurpose big data for the public good. The visual identity employs playful animations to simplify scientific findings and other ty...

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Samaritans infuses brand with hope, life and connection

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Samaritans is a unique charity. It was established in 1953 by an Anglican vicar who operated an emergency telephone line, speaking to anyone with thoughts of suicide. From one person, Samaritans soon grew into a movement, operating across...

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Comic Relief and Red Nose Day rebrand aims for clarity

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Comic Relief has announced two new logos for the company and its main fundraiser, Red Nose Day, to modernise the brand and clear up ‘confusion’ about the charity’s identity. For the first time since...

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Macmillan unveils major new brand strategy and campaign

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Macmillan’s brand mission has for many years been to connect the charity’s services with the people who need them. It is estimated that by 2030, around 4 million people in the UK are expected to be living with cancer, many of whom will nee...

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Opportunities for brand to rebuild trust in third sector

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There’s no question that the charity sector has been undergoing significant change since 2008. Not only did the financial crisis alter the reliability of fundraising and government funding for many charities, large and small, but the move...

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A beer that saves lives

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Non-profit organisations fighting for good causes help people in need daily. However, for charities to survive, they need to be inventive and imaginative in order to collect the funds they need. For...

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Animal charity Battersea modernises image with adaptable rebrand

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Battersea, the dogs and cats charity active for 158 years in the UK has launched a new visual identity. Despite its substantial growth across the years, which has led to it caring for approximately 3m pets, its outdated approach to communi...

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Branding that tricks the eye for Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation

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Apart from his award-winning movies, Leonardo DiCaprio is known for his dedication towards helping environmental causes and his ongoing, dynamic effort to raise awareness regarding those issues. As he says, “The destruction of our planet c...

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