As part of a major Education for Employment conference the CRC asked me to create a number of supporting elements. The conference was an official presentation of the E4 programme; a five year pilot programme enabling students with disabilities to access third-level education.
Elements required included an event identity, conference name, registration material, conference programme, display banners, mousemat, promotional CD, E4 report handbook, presentation templates, screen saver and a launch video.
Linking Opportunities identity
Linking Opportunities/E4 Project pilot programme report
Video presentation and screen saver
To support the official launch of the Central Remedial Clinics' E4 project report I created a short video for the conference opening. The video focused on the thoughts and experiences of students and tutors who had completed the initial pilot (making third level education accessible for students with disabilities).
As part of a presentation pack I created a screen saver for attendees to the E4 conference.
E4 Project conference
I was also responsible for designing the reception banners and stage backdrop for the official launch conference in November 2007.
Practice handbook for education and employment
For the conference launch an educational practice handbook was also designed and presented to attendees with an accompanying CD-ROM and DVD.
E4 Project evaluation report
Following the official conference the CRC asked me to design an evaluation report and final annual report for the E4 Project pilot programme.
E4 Project annual report
CRC strategic plan 2008 - 2012
In 2008 a strategic report covering future planning of the organisation was required. This report was aimed at key stakeholders and government departments.
Assistive technology handbook
In 2008 I designed 2 handbooks for assistive technology and dementia. These handbooks had to adhere to the CRC's guidelines for accessible design and layouts. All assistive product images in the handbooks were drawn in Illustrator.