Venue branding and visual identity


"A brand cannot build success solely on its product or service story. It needs a real community beneath it, one that emotionally connects to your brand through a set of shared values."

The Yewsley and West Drayton Community Centre was opened in 1967 as a place for people in the local area to get together for social, recreational and educational activities. The centre has undergone a complete renovation and with it, a new visual identity was required to complete the modernisation.


It was important that the identity could span a myriad of disciplines from social posts, and event promotions to exterior signage and wayfinding. As part of the visual identity I pitched the idea of simplifying the name to ‘The YDW’ to give the centre a sense of place and personality.

 Other work…

Miss P’s / Kohn & Case  

Oriental Press / The YWD  

Myla and Davis / Acu.  

Defune / Pearspring  

hub4 / the Convention  

Payroll Worldwide  







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