Stand out with great graphics: An introduction to your brand visual presence

Angela Lyons
Wed 24 Jan 24 - 12:00 - 13:00

Angela Lyons

Lyons Creative - Graphic Design

In this practical session experienced Graphic Designer Angela Lyons will cover graphic design ideas for your organisation and how to create visual consistency across your organisation.

From this session you will leave with an understanding of the impact of design, both externally and internally. You will also have some practical tips for creating a straightforward brand guide for a consistent appearance.


In this practical session Angela will cover:

  • visual approaches used by other charities
  • a quick guide on how to assess your own visual presence
  • an intro of helpful online graphic software – Canva, Adobe, Coolors
  • tying it all together to establish clear brand guidelines for your organisation
  • other useful tips and tools to creating the perfect brand identity


About Angela, in her own words!

I’m Angela Lyons, I run my company Lyons Creative – Graphic Design. With over 20 years’ experience behind me, I’m skilled in creating clear and engaging designs for my clients. Clients include startups, freelancers, corporates, and charities – in fact, I work with all industries. I create websites, brands, magazines, brochures, infographics and offer design consultancy services.

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