Logos and Branding

A strong, easily recognisable logo or brand is important if you want to stand out in today’s crowded market. By defining your brand you define who you are, what you represent and what your core values are, creating a foundation around which you can build. KRD are experienced at finding creative solutions for visually representing the core identity of a company or organisation. Contact us if you require more information.


MeMap_logoMy Next Chapter uses the MeMap model of alignment central to the process. It presupposes
that the wider conditions of the whole self are an important of generating outcomes. MeMap is a model for self exploration and sense-making. The purpose of the tool is to grow self knowledge. By ‘mapping me’ the aim is to help the individual gain greater self-understanding which helps inform choices in a wider context.

My Next Chapter…

My Next Chapter logoMy Next Chapter is a programme for people going through significant change. It helps people use change as an opportunity to review and to get closer to the life that is right for them; providing space to re-imagine and re-focus on what is important.

Rainbow in Mind

rainbow-in-mindLogo designed for the charity event Rainbow in Mind. The event was for supporting and raising awareness and funds for Overgate Hospice, the Arran Brown Rainbow Foundation (SCO42510) and Mind. (See also the promotional poster and flyer in PRINT.)

We Dare to Care

Kevin Roberts Design, web design, graphic design, print

Logo designed for We Dare to Care. The purpose of WDTC is to start a movement supporting and enrolling coaches and leaders to give their time to those that will benefit from coaching and leading support, that can make a difference in society and cannot afford to pay for their services.

The Art of Possibility

Kevin Roberts Design, web design, graphic design, print

Set of logos representing various products associated with The Art of Possibility. The Art of Possibility works with leaders in the social and cultural sectors, public sector and business using coaching, facilitation, training and creating new solutions to meet needs. The company uses learning preferences as a core element of the approach. Design therefore is incredibly important to communicating intention and understanding which also work as an important element of the brand.

North East Cultural Leadership Programme

logos and brandingCulture Works led this programme on behalf of a consortium of twelve of the region’s key cultural agencies.

The driving principle of the programme was to develop organisations’ capacity for collaboration through developing the relationships and qualities of cross sector leadership within a cohort able to respond to that challenge and to do this primarily through mentoring: co-mentoring between senior executives, mentoring by senior staff, and peer to peer mentoring.

Kevin Roberts Design: logos and brandingBeneficiaries of the programme were: Culture 10, the Sage Gateshead, Northern Stage, Tyne and Wear Museums, Hartlepool Museum, Woodhorn Museum, New Writing North, Isis Arts, Generator, Baltic Mill, Jack Drum Arts, MIMA, Seven Stories, Berwick Museum, Hexham Old Gaol, Theatre sans Frontieres.