Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is a world leading children’s hospital. Since its doors first opened in 1852, the hospital has been dedicated to finding new and improved ways to treat childhood illnesses. As part of its remit, GOSH looks to continuously improve the quality of communication between the children, young people and healthcare professionals connected with the hospital. To that end, GOSH devised a new project focused on doing just that.
Contra created a fresh new brand identity, ‘Me first’, which reflected the core aims of the project – to put young people the centre of their care. This newly created brand was then used to create fantastic digital, film and printed assets and materials.
Contra was commissioned to create their carefully developed education and training suite, which included:
- A visual identity
- Design/presentation of the Communications Model
- Talking head films
- Scenario films
- Training activity materials designed – PDSA and reflective practice tool, etc
- A website to house everything
The client is extremely pleased with the work Contra have delivered across digital, design and film. The project has gone on to win industry awards.