Branding & Logos

The Keeping Edinburgh Podcast

The Keeping Edinburgh Podcast was launched in November 2023. It is aimed at citizens across Scotland’s capital, focussing on ‘what’s on’ and wellbeing. Commissioned by the Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership, the pilot series will spotlight on wellbeing opportunities that Edinburgh has to offer and help support people throughout the year. Clear Design North […]

Thrive Edinburgh

Thrive Edinburgh is an innovative strategy for improving the mental health and wellbeing of all citizens in Edinburgh. Clear Design North designed the Thrive Edinburgh logo and branding. We continue to design & produce banner stands, leaflets and a brochure – Thriving at the Fringe –  launched in July 2023 to partner the Edinburgh Festival […]

NHS Lothian and EHSCP – New initiative logos

Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership (EHSCP). Edinburgh Council and NHS Lothian have integrated the planning and delivery of all community health and social care services for adults, and homelessness, mental health and disability services. Clear Design produced logos and promotional materials for new initiatives. A selection produced in 2023 are shown above – Reset, […]

NAIT – Neuro-affirming Community of Practice Scotland – Key Messages

The National Autism Implementation Team NAIT are a Scottish Government funded organisation, working across community, education and health to improve outcomes for autistic people of all ages. As part of the Neuro-affirming Community of Practice Scotland initiative, we designed a set of over 45 icons, illustrating Key Messages. Resources for Principles and Key Messages for […]

NAIT – Neuro-affirming Community of Practice Scotland

The National Autism Implementation Team NAIT are a Scottish Government funded organisation, working across community, education and health to improve outcomes for autistic people of all ages. Having produced the original NAIT logo, we were asked to produce an additional logo and materials for the Neuro-affirming Community of Practice Scotland. It reflects the neuro-diversity symbol […]

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