Fife based design studio, twohundredby200, will be supporting education through their creative approach to learning.
The studio has been chosen to provide graphic design services to a national further education scheme for adults.
The scheme aims to encourage people between the ages of 30 and 40 to take advantage of the full and part time further education opportunities that are available from many colleges and universities across Scotland.
twohundredby200 will be responsible for the creation and development of the core identity, branding and all of the supporting graphic design elements that will be used across many different print, digital and video platforms.
The studio’s creative director, Sean Makin, said: “We are thrilled to have been chosen to head up the design of such an exciting project. Our design studio has long history of producing graphic design work that informs, educates and entertains people.
“The studio team are looking forward to creating material that will be very effective in communicating the scheme’s message to their target audience.”
The studio will be working closely with a number of other agencies to ensure the delivery of a comprehensive communication package for the client which is expected to be delivered and deployed in the first few weeks of July 2018.
“twohundredby200 is not a stranger to working with external digital and video production professionals.” says Sean, “We have successfully delivered multi-agency projects of a similar type to this in the past and we are looking forward to working with their teams to produce some stunning work.”
The studio will be sharing more details about the project in the near future.