Hamwic Trust - Hillary Trust Logo Design
A UK based educational trust required a professional logo to use on their website and any other marketing or official materials they may require.
We supported the trust by:
- Fully understanding their brief and the unique aspects which they required of the logo
- Applying our expert knowledge in logo design to create a number of concepts for review by the client
- Editing and tweaking the preferred logo to ensure full customer satisfaction
The Hillary Trust is a forward-thinking partnership of schools based in the Dorset area of the UK. The group is currently made up of four schools and focuses on helping the children within those schools to collaborate, enhance their ambition and provide them with well-rounded education which strengthens them as people.
The trust uses a central website where interested individuals, businesses and schools can come to find out more about what they do and the opportunities that are currently available to get involved in. The members of the Hillary Trust recognised the need that their site, along with other marketing and official materials, needed a professional logo.
Based on our extensive background in professional logo design we were approached by the trust to help. They briefed us that the logo needed to communicate the value and style of the trust as well as a being professional in its nature. We were also asked to incorporate the history behind the name of the trust and include some connection to the sea and/or boats.
Given that a number of groups and other trusts are associated with them, they also asked us to ensure that the logo and styling did not blend in with others.
With the trust doing such great work within the local community we were really excited to help them create a logo that stood out, looks great and met all of their needs. To do this we started by laying out all of their requirements so we could ensure that we met them within our design, as well as undertaking research into the area in which the trust operates.
Our findings from this stage were then combined with our already expert knowledge to create a number of logo concepts. These in turn were sent to the client to look over and provide feedback. Finally, we made any amends and tweaks to the preferred logo to ensure the customer was fully satisfied.