Creating a sensitive healthcare branding system for Marie Curie, University of Liverpool and Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust.
The Marie Curie Palliative Care Institute Liverpool (MCPCIL), University of Liverpool, was established in 2004. The Vision of the Institute is that all people experience a pain free and dignified death, supported by the very best clinical and compassionate care. Its work is delivered through three divisions: Research and Development, Service Innovation and Improvement, and Learning and Teaching.
O’Connell & Squelch were approached to create a healthcare branding system for a vast suite of literature and marketing communications to modernise the organisation whilst retaining the already well-established logo. Our brief was to create a graphic system that enables internal and external stakeholders to visually differentiate between each publication without being absolutely repetitive.
Our solution is a branding system that uses both ‘house’ and distinct colours plus cover layout changes across a large variety of document types. This naturally presents a challenge as there is a risk of losing identity. Controlled colour pallets, graphic styles, typography and consistent logo use creates a suite of literature that is instantly recognised as part of the organisation.
“O’Connell & Squelch have produced our full marketing suite, digital asset library, brand guidelines, website and are currently producing our global extranet. Due to the nature of our organisation crisis work is often required in response to press or changes in medical research. O’C&S have addressed and resolved such situations quickly and effectively.”
Project Manager Service Innovation and Improvement Division
Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust