In spring 2005 we took a call from the The Religious Society of Friends in the UK - more commonly known as the Quakers. A review was under way looking into how they communicate, what strengths and weaknesses existed in their visual identity and how could the design of their literature be improved? Were we interested? Too right!
The call really captured our imagination. We detected a distinct shift in the zeitgeist and sensed that perhaps the time had come for faith based on tolerance, respect and quiet effective action.
Appointed in Summer 2005, we have since worked closely with staff and members alike to reach a new visual identity and literature system that is easy to use and captures the true Quaker values.