AMEN Support Services
A rebrand of an organisation that supports male victims of domestic abuse. This rebrand was undertaken as part of a college project in third year, where the client came to us as part of Students Learning with Communities programme.
The client came to our class looking for a new awareness campaign that was going to be rolled out around Dublin, in June 2014. A rebrand of their visual identity was also requested from us. At the end of the semester my designs for the new identity were picked and later on implemented into the awareness campaign that I was a big part of in designing and leading.
The photography and copy was completed by the other members of the group, while I was in charge of the design aspect of the campaign ie. The logo and typographical layout, as well as the overall art direction for the campaign rollout.
Our contribution to this campaign wasn’t left unnoticed and we have received a Students Learning With Communities (SLWC) award for all of our hard work. Also this campaign is included in Elizabeth Resnick’s book 'Developing Citizen Designers'.
Client: Amen Support Services
Designer: Deividas Dvylaitis
Photography: Michelle Geoghegan