New Inclusive Employers brand launches

After five years of building inclusive enterprises across the UK and abroad, Inclusive Employers has retired its playful start-up branding for a more refined, yet still friendly, approach.

We're excited to unveil their refreshed brand along with evolved logo, its circular emblem taking centre stage across all design elements. We enjoyed reflecting on their status as the leading membership organisation for inclusion in the workplace.

Happy 5th birthday, Inclusive Employers! View the full case study here.

Reinvigorating the shared ownership brand

Strudel recently worked closely with East Thames on the award-winning ‘Quality Homes Made Affordable’ campaign which scooped the ‘Most Innovative Marketing Campaign' at the First Time Buyers Awards. 

With the success of this campaign, Strudel and East Thames will be speaking at the Affordable Home Ownership Conference 2016 to discuss the campaign and what made it so successful. The talk will focus on how by simplifying the information provided on advertising you can achieve cut-through in a crowded market place and why in some instances, good design is as little design as possible.

If you'd like more information or to attend the event, click here. We look forward to seeing you there.

Design for change

For the past 15 years, Strudel has designed for positive social change. ‘Design for change’ is our motto, and we continue to specialise in the arts & culture, charity, education, health & wellbeing, housing, and social enterprise sectors.

We’d like to thank everyone who has been working behind the scenes with us to make this new site happen, and hope you enjoy visiting the site.

Community spirit in Barking

The first stages of our work for Weavers Quarter has started to appear in Barking. We were commissioned by East Thames to create a new brand and collateral for the regeneration of the Gascoigne Estate in London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. Working in partnership with the Council, and engaging in community outreach, our design entwines the pride of local residents and the prosperity the new area will bring. More pieces will be appearing around the area soon. Read more about our work for East Thames on our Weavers Quarter case study.

New Strudel website launches

Our new website is here! Welcome to the new

At a design studio, it’s often difficult to create internal design pieces as there’s just too much to choose from! Our new site is designed to showcase recent commissions, new developments, and of course the beautiful faces of the Strudel team.

With the launch of our new website, we’re also pleased to unveil our new logo, which you will see across our social media channels too. We will be updating our Twitter and Instagram regularly to share all that’s going on here in the studio, as well as inspiring design and social change news.