Scollard Doyle are a leading construction consultancy focusing on the Irish and UK market. They specialise in construction cost management, feasibility studies, procurement, project management, development advice, due diligence, project monitoring and advisory services.
Visit the updated Scollard Doyle website here.
Scollard Doyle Davy Select Website – Visual Design
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Marina Village Greystones, Identity Design and Marketing Campaign
We wanted to convey a sense of the lifestyle using our studio knowledge that goes with living by the sea. Design Factory commissioned photographer Doreen Kilfeather to capture the charm and lifestyle of Greystones. The photos were used in a set of promotional postcards as well as for the hoarding, brochure and website.
Kilfeather’s photography, paired with Design Factory’s design communicates a sense of what it would be like to live in Greystones.
Explore the Marina Village website here.
Miesian Plaza – Brand, Identity, Print & Web
For Miesian Plaza, Design Factory worked closely with the project manager and architects to design and produce a brochure that was as distinctive as the project itself.
We developed their brand, hoarding, invitation and are currently working closely with the architects to create a modern, clear wayfinding system for each buildings.
Miesian Plaza is a landmark office building consisting of three distincitve buildings in the centre of Baggot Street Dublin. The buildings are being fully refurbished to establish itself as a corporate headquarters developed to the highest specifications and set in the commerical heart of Dublin city.
Visit the website we designed for Meisian Plaza here.
Dubline – Brand, Identity, Wayfinding
The Dubline will be a unique cultural and heritage walking trail running across the city from College Green to Kilmainham. We created an online report and framework plan, outlining the proposed scheme and communicating the information in an innovative and dynamic format.
Discover Dubline by visiting the website we created here.
Howley Hayes Architects – Logo, Website
Howley Hayes Architects is a Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland Grade 1 accredited conservation practice, with extensive experience in the care, repair, alteration and reuse of historic buildings and places. Throughout all projects completed by Howley Hayes runs a deep commitment to environmental sustainability through design and conservation. The practice has established an impressive reputation for the sensitive conservation of historic buildings and places, and has been responsible for numerous projects of national and international cultural significance.
The logo was high commended by the IDI and can be viewed here.
View the website and identity we created by visiting here.MCA Architects – Logo, Web Design
A typographic approach was taken with an emphasis on strong photography.
Discover our branding in action by clicking here.
Royal Canal Park – Identity, Web, Print
Located on the banks of Dublin’s Royal Canal, design factory was taked with creating an identity that spoke to the development the area it was situated in. This was supported through the use of a brochure and a mobile responsive website to drive customer engagement.
You can explore the Royal Canal Park identity through the website we created here.
IMMA – The David Kronn collection – Design, Layout
The David Kronn collection is an exceptional collection of photography amassed by Dr David Kronn for the past twenty years, and gifted to IMMA. The David Kronn Collection comprises of more than 550 photographs.
This piece of work was accepted into the 100 archive and can be viewed here.
IUCN World Conservation Congress – Sustainability, Logo, Print, Branding
A branding and identity design challenge to highlight the work of IUCN.
O’Hagan Design – Branding, Identity, Print
Design Factory created a new signature mark for O’HAGAN DESIGN, retailers of contemporary furniture and office/workplace systems. The symbol allows the apostrophe to cut into the upper case O, creating a unique mark. The company operates as O’HAGAN DESIGN in Dublin and O’HAGAN LONDON in the UK.
Dublin International Film Festival – Logo, Brand, Identity
Design Factory was tasked with generating a complete identity and campaign for the Dublin International Film Festival. The identity needed to be energetic and vibrant while still retaining the spirit of the previous year.
An Post – Branding, Logo, Design
An Post chose the theme of music and musical instruments to which Design Factory responded. A photographic solution was chosen to highlight the history of music within Ireland.
Further information can be viewed here.
The work was accepted into the 100 archive and can be viewed here.
Airsprings – Visual Identity, Design, Branding
Design Factory created an entire marketing suite to visually convey the identity of Airsprings. This visual identity was extrapolated across a number of different media including print, wayfinding and display stands.Posters – Print, Posters
1. To celebrate our visual identity, Design Factory created a series of promotional posters. Three posters were designed, each for an individual sector. The posters aim to illustrate the importance of design within each sector. The poster series achieved a bronze award from ICAD and can be seen here.
2. Yeats exhibition: we created the identity for this exhibition which was inspired by a detail from one of Yeats’ sketches and designed all printed promotional material for the exhibition.
3. Poster for a second showing of graduate work at the NCAD Gallery during Design Week 2014.
4. & 5. The Good 50×70 jury selected 210 posters among the submissions received in response to the call for entries. The posters demonstrate greater awareness and passion for social change and for the message chosen by their partner organisations. 2357 posters were submitted from 70 countries around the world. Design Factory’s Conor Clarke and Stephen Kavanagh both had their posters selected as best in categories, Conors for ‘Play for Africa’ (Endorsed by AMREF) and Stephen’s for ‘Whale shortage: a sanctuary empties by the day’ (Endorsed by GREENPEACE) which subsequently was also used by Greenpeace Italy for one of their initiatives.
6. Conor Clarke’s poster for the exhibition Paradox Algiers: A typographic exploration by Verena Gerlach.
7. Promotional poster for a talk and presentation on Thinking + Typography by Hamish Muir + Paul Hughes at Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin.