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Forms used for registering to vote

Because of issues with voter fraud, the process for registering to vote has changed. We were tasked with creating a form template for this new two-stage process

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0 comments / February 18th, 2015

British Gas Business bill design

Front of new British Gas Business bill design

Whilst British Gas made a big deal over the launch of their bill for dummies* for residential customers, they’ve said a bit less about their new gas bill for business customers (which I worked on as part of a team of three).

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0 comments / July 16th, 2013

Sotheby’s document design: invoices and letters

Using the same system as many businesses around the world (in this case, SAP) redesign the invoices to reflect Sotheby’s premium brand – and brands don’t get much more premium!

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0 comments / June 17th, 2013

DVLA form – never to be completed

Turns out that one of the most viewed posts on this site is one for a piece of work I have never finished; my redesign of the UK driving licence application form (a D1 to those in the know). Because I will probably never get it finished I thought it was probably time to put the work I have done on display.

See the full DVLA form – never to be completed page

0 comments / June 16th, 2013

Some thoughts about Guideline Daily Amounts (GDA)

So, the UK government have decided that by the end of this year, the nutritional information on the front of foods will all look the same.

Will this actually happen? Hard to say, but if it does, it would be nice to think that whatever tablets of stone are handed down, they are more about the interests of the user (or in this case the eater) than a token display of information that’s fairly meaningless to most of us.

See the full Some thoughts about Guideline Daily Amounts (GDA) page

0 comments / March 11th, 2013

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