Aware that their own visual identity and digital offering were falling behind the examples set by others, CharityComms commissioned Bowley Design in partnership with digitalgarden to create a new brand identity and a completely new website.

Client background

CharityComms is an events and membership organisation, who’s work is all about inspiring and promoting better communications in charities and non-profits in the UK. Their website is a core part of their offering, with an extensive library of articles and knowledge.

For the new visual branding the aim was a modern, interesting and brighter image, with more clarity, calm and friendliness. In short, they wanted to remain professional-looking but needed to modernise without making things complicated. The new logo was developed from the existing one, improving the typography, colour and visual elements without making a big departure from its heritage.

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This rebrand project was the winner of MemCom’s Best Rebrand / Brand Development award 2013.


Our freelance team of designer Mark Bowley and developer
Ben Knowles delivered over and above our expectations.
Vicky Browning, CharityComms Director