Explaining without words

/ Apr 10, 2017

by Rob Watts

Designers are constantly attempting to distil complex information down into more manageable pieces of communication. Bond and Coyne’s own challenges have seen us work within infinitely intricate areas of human science such as DNA and genetics, to create messages that explain these phenomena to a wider audience.   

Electronica savant and previous B&C collaborator, Max Cooper has now turned his attention to creating the Emergence series. A visual-audio peregrination for the senses. In it he works with video artists to tell perhaps the most complex story of all – the story of the universe. Cooper’s efforts reward us with a hypnotically visceral experience – providing a story that no words could ever replicate.

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Magazine shortlisted for PR award

/ Apr 8, 2017

by Mike Bond


Education


We're delighted that our publication work for client Writtle University College has been nominated by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations for Best External Publication in the CIPR Excellence Awards. Winners are announced in June...


Colour-rich challenge to the financial norm

/ Apr 7, 2017

by Mike Bond


Financial


Our brochure to promote the Omnis Managed Portfolio Service proposition has been released to coincide with digital and animation work we also produced with the aim of encouraging the movement of clients and their money onto a new finance platform. We've enjoyed bringing a colour-led aesthetic to the design of materials that challenge the visual norm within the sector.



Required: Digital Designer

/ Apr 3, 2017

by Jason Hancock


Studio


We are looking for a digital designer with 2-3 years of studio experience to join the growing team at Bond & Coyne. Looking for someone who wants to push design into the unexpected but also has an understanding of UX. Salary will be based on experience. Please email portfolio and expression of interest to hello@bondandcoyne.co.uk.