Jory&Co celebrates new work for clients in the US, NZ and the UK

There’s nothing better than seeing our designs go live so, with five projects launching in recent weeks, we’ve taken a moment to reflect on them.

Blue Forest

Blue Forest is a non-profit organisation that brings communities, finance and science together to restore and protect forests and watersheds. 

Having experienced significant growth in recent years, it recognised the need to update the Blue Forest brand to better articulate the urgency of its mission and its impact in this space. So, our friends at Jack & Grace developed a new brand strategy and we crafted the brand identity, website and other visual assets.

Collaboration was crucial on this project and it was fantastic that the California-based team at Blue Forest put its trust in the process and was happy to be guided by our team of design experts. The result? A powerful brand that communicates why landscape restoration needs to happen now. 

As Seren Pendleton-Knoll, Director of Strategy, Blue Forest, commented,

“I had the immense privilege of spearheading the process of redoing our mission, values, brand, and website, in order to truly embody the tone and impact of our work. Massive appreciation to Jack & Grace and Jory&Co who created the brand communications and design work, and allowed for our personality and impact to come through.”

Cyted Health

Cyted is a gastrointestinal healthcare startup that has created a non-endoscopic diagnostic method and platform to detect esophageal cancer and other upper GI diseases early and save lives. A spin-off from Cambridge University, Cyted has grown significantly in recent years. 

To support the continued growth of the company, we developed a new visual identity and website, as well as assets for social media and presentations. With upper GI diseases affecting one in 10 people, we hope our work will help Cyted to raise awareness of its innovative solution that helps to transform patient outcomes.

Land Matters

Based in Otaki, New Zealand, Land Matters provides innovative property, community and environmental solutions. We’ve worked with the team before so we were delighted when they asked us to help them evolve the Land Matters brand and website. 

Family values and a community-centric vision are at the heart of the rebrand – every member of the Land Matters team is introduced on the website, for example. The website also highlights the breadth and quality of the company’s services and tells the story of recent projects, from housing programmes to nature reserves.

“Awesome to have launched our new website and brand refresh after a lot of hard work by the team at Jory&Co,” commented Sam Pritchard, Director, Land Matters.

Healthcare Central London

Healthcare Central London (HCL) supports 32 General Practices in the delivery of best-in-class care for local residents. It provides Community and Primary Care services and a wide range of staffing, management and administrative support to its member Practices.

We worked with the HCL team to evolve its brand and website and highlight how it is addressing health inequality in London. The website, which includes information about HCL’s patient-facing services and its community-led care model, is another great example of how we support innovative healthcare organisations.

Thrive LDN

Having partnered with Thrive LDN since 2020, we’re proud to have designed its new report about public mental health progress in London. Thrive LDN and the Mayor of London’s vital work over the last eight years includes supporting Londoners through the COVID-19 pandemic, up-skilling youth workers and helping London to become a zero-suicide city.

Here at Jory&Co, it’s our mission to help visionary clients make a difference, so we’re proud to support Thrive LDN. In recent years, for example, we’ve helped to produce guides for displaced Ukrainians and Afghans and developed the creative for a cost of living campaign. 

As James Ludley, Communications Lead, Thrive LDN, said, “This is a great example of the power of design. The visual elements that Jory&Co created brought the content to life and helped to spark more interest than expected. Originally intended more for internal reporting, we’ve been able to use it for much broader communications activities and to showcase our work to wider audiences.”

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