Posts Tagged: Identity Design

MOLA Architecture

MOLA Architecture

I was initially asked to provide a full suite of office stationary, including a new company logo, and to design and construct a website based on an ‘iPhone’ type navigation system. I subsequently worked in-house on 2/3 day contracts on the design, production and assembly of complex tender submissions and design competition entries. Most recently… Read more »

FSTE Learning Partnership

First-Steps Towards Employability

Logo Design Website Design & Build First-Steps Towards Employability is a Grundtvig funded Learning Partnership that brings together 6 European education providers to share experiences, knowledge and good practice. The countries involved include Romania, Italy, Spain, France, Germany and Ireland. The Irish Education provider on the project is Limerick Clare Education and Training Board (LCETB). The overall objective… Read more »

Limerick Lifelong Learning


Logo Design Website Design & Build Limerick Lifelong Learning is an online initiative by Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board outlining the range of courses available across the region. The courses are run by a number of administrative bodies under the remit of LCETB. My approach through-out was end-user-focused. At the same time, I worked… Read more »

O’Neill Architecture

ONeill Architecture

Identity Design Website Design & Build The initial phase of work involved a series of discussions and workshops to define the O’Neill Architecture brand and establish the appropriate design language to communicate the ethos and expertise of this young practice. I designed the initial O’Neill Architecture website and, in 2014, I was commissioned to develop… Read more »

Ait Urbanism + Landscape


Logo Design Website Design & Build The initial scope of work consisted of the design of the ‘Áit Urbanism + Landscape’ logo and the development of a dynamic ‘Flash‘ website that reflected the design approach of this dynamic and open minded practice. The site was launched in March 2010. I was later commissioned to design a new mobile and tablet friendly website, optimised for… Read more »

Camillus Muldowney

Camillus Muldowney

Identity Design Website Design & Build Design and development of ‘Camillus Muldowney’ identity and a WordPress based bespoke website optimised for multiple screen sizes. At our first meeting I worked with Camillus on identifying a structure and visual language to best communicate client-focused value-for-money services. Using a simple Q&A session we were able to quickly get down on paper the first… Read more »

Aegis Safety Management

Aegis Safety

Identity Design Website Design & Build The One Image was initially commissioned to design a logo and stationery suite that communicated the expertise and enthusiasm of Mike Keyes, principal of Aegis Safety Management. Mike subsequently commissioned me to design and develop a bespoke website, optimised for multiple screen sizes, that reflected his extensive experience in a wide range of building types…. Read more »



Identity Design Website Design & Build Design and development of Homepack logo (based on my client’s concept) suite of stationery, leaflets and promotional display graphic, and a bespoke website optimised for multiple screen sizes. The website was designed over a number of phases, with an initial version launched within 10 days of the initial briefing… Read more »

ADT Facade Solutions

ADT Facade Solutions

Identity Design Website Design & Build Design and development of ADT Facade Solutions logo and stationery suite, and a bespoke website. Optimised for multiple screen sizes the Information Architecture of the website is designed to convey ADT’s extensive experience in a wide range of building types, materials and budgets.

AA Vitality Room


Identity Design Leaflets Signage Design and development of AA Vitality Room logo, suite of stationary, leaflets, vouchers, signage, and a single-page brochure website. My client was very pro-active during the design phase and requested a number of elements, including the horizontal ‘gold’ lines running behind the logo.