Alere

Medical posters

Medical posters

Alere commissioned us to design a set of medical posters to demonstrate alternative healthcare pathways achievable through the use of their innovative point-of-care diagnostic products.

The design of the medical posters took the form of two flow diagrams, one following the traditional care pathway, and one showing the Alere pathway. This graphical approach showed very quickly and visually the benefit to patients delivered through Alere’s products.

We designed a total of eight medical posters within the set, each one focusing on a specific therapy area and promoting the relevant Alere product. The posters were given a personal touch with the inclusion of a polaroid style photo of a patient, reinforcing the message that the choice of heathcare pathways is about real people and therefore the patient should always be at the centre of any decision.

“We find it tremendously efficient working with Parker Design.

Having direct access to their friendly team of designers means that we can maximise our marketing spend.

Not only that, they excel in the creative stakes and consistently deliver a first class service that we have come to rely on, sometimes against very tight deadlines.”

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NHS

NHS Healthy ageing campaign

Healthy ageing campaign

Warrington Primary Care Trust asked us to produce the Healthy ageing campaign materials, which were used to increase awareness in the area of the help available to the ageing population.

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Alere

Medical brochure design

Medical Brochure Design

Following on from their rebrand and launch of their new name and logo, Alere asked our graphic design team to come up with a brochure design that embodied their new brand.

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Sage

Corporate communications

Corporate communications

As part of the roll out of their five year business plan, Sage enlisted Parker Design to help create an eye catching suite of corporate communications materials to grab the attention of its employees and get them engaged with the programme.

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