Selected Projects


Dough & Brew

BRAND IDENTITY

Lady Garden Campaign

WEBSITE DESIGN

Candid Magazine, Issue 13

MAGAZINE DESIGN & COPY EDITING

Kari C

LOOKBOOK DESIGN

Drama and Co

BRAND IDENTITY, ILLUSTRATION, WEB DESIGN & BUILD

Alexandra Harper Millinery

BRAND IDENTITY, WEBSITE DESIGN & BUILD, PRINT 

The 100 Day Project

ILLUSTRATION, TYPOGRAPHY, SELF INITIATED

Kate Nash

CD COVER DESIGN

Alexandra Harper

LABELLING & PACKAGING

Stuart Graham

BRAND IDENTITY, WEBSITE DESIGN

Warwick Rocks Food and Film Festival

BRAND IDENTITY, EVENTS, DIGITAL & MERCHANDISE

Candid Magazine, Issue 11

MAGAZINE DESIGN & COPY EDITING

Lady Garden Campaign

WEBSITE DESIGN

Spectacular Goat Street Food

BRAND IDENTITY

Warwick Rocks

BRAND IDENTITY

Emblem Interiors

BRAND IDENTITY, WEBSITE DESIGN & BUILD 

 

Clients


The Usual Studio clients

Alexandra Harper Millinery/ Candid Magazine/ Dough & Brew/ Drama and Co/ Emblem Interiors/ Ethico Solutions/ Farblack/ Forward PR/ Gynaecological Cancer Fund/ Kari-C/ Spottydog Communications/ Spectacular Goat/ St Thomas Court Group/ Stuart Graham, Director of Photography/ The Final Bow/ The Industry/ Values Academy/ Warwick Rocks/ Warwick Rocks Food and Film Festival

 

What they had to say


The Gynaecological Cancer Fund was delighted with the work done by The Usual Studio’s designing the Lady Garden Campaign website, lead creative Charlee worked well with the whole team, contributing ideas for the rest of the campaign and offering support when we launched. We would recommend The Usual Studio to anyone looking for a creative studio who are full of ideas and a pleasure to work with.
— Mika Simmons, Actress / Founder Gynaecological Cancer Fund
Having worked with Charlee on a community project I was keen to get her on board to work on the Spectacular Goat identity. Charlee took time to listen to what we wanted and drew up a few options, we tweaked and the final result was just as we imagined it would be. It was (from our side!) a painless process. Thank you!
— John Martin, Spectacular Goat
The Usual Studio were an absolute pleasure to work with, combining great design talent with professionalism and an appreciation of the need to meet tight deadlines!

Charlee worked closely with the Warwick Rocks team on the first ever Food and Film Festival in Warwick, and following an initial brief produced exactly what we were looking for, with the initial brand and then subsequent marketing materials. I’d highly recommend them for branding, design and guidance in these areas.
— Jack Linstead, Co-Founder Warwick Rocks
Charlee and The Usual Studio were fantastic helping us with both the re-branding of our millinery business and the re-design of our website and online shop. After listening carefully to our design and style preferences, Charlee and her team crafted a new logo, website and stationery that has flair, elegant simplicity and a timeless feel. The new identity gave the business a real sense of professionalism and the style and design choices we made will take us well into the future.
— Alexandra Harper, Milliner Designer
The Usual Studio has a longstanding relationship with my company The Final Bow and has recently helped develop a brand-new illustration based website to promote specific arts education services that we now offer. Despite the length of time that it took me to respond to Charlee’s emails she was always efficient, helpful and immensely creative. The resulting website is absolutely beautiful and I am really proud to showcase it to potential customers. Thanks Charlee and long may we work together!
— Emma Hollis Brown, Drama and Co
The Usual Studio are superstars. With barely three weeks to open a new shop, and less than that to get the branding designed and approved, it was a tall order. But they weren’t fazed, and agreed to take on the challenge! A pleasure to work with, Charlee is extremely good at encouraging her clients to tell her exactly what she needs to know and then really listening. She understood exactly what we needed, designing our branding in such a way that she brought it right up to date whilst keeping the old-fashioned look and feel we wanted.
— Vicky Fraser, Copywriter