The charity is moving forward with a new logo and a new website.
After twenty-five years, it was time for us to refresh the charity’s image and its online operation. We also needed to improve its accessibility for mobile phones and other devices.
Our original website was produced for us by James Weymouth of Dipper Designs as a donation to the charity. James has now retired so we move on with huge gratitude to him for his invaluable support over so many years.
We are very excited to be working with R88 as we rethink and reconfigure our approach.
Our new logo is designed by Chris White. It replaces the original image which was a photograph of Sylvia Short’s Herefordshire house in Byford.
Chris White is a Hereford based graphic artist/designer, a former lecturer at Hereford College of Arts and then Head of Design at Rural Media.
“My work focuses on my personal development in all forms and mindfulness of the moment. I work confidently in many formats both traditional and digital. Currently, I develop my style around the theme of cyclical movement, the automobile being my main point of interest and the relationship we have with personal journeys and the mechanisms that propel us forward externally and internally.
My work is internationally recognised in museums, galleries, personal collections and charitable trusts. The pathways that we create for ourselves by free investigation can often lead to very meaningful places and the current has carried me so far towards many exciting experiences.
I am confident my approach is always engaging and I thoroughly enjoy the creative process with its own cycle of development.”