TADesign working with the Wessex Learning Trust

 

T A Design Wessex Learning Trust

Tony Ainsworth Design are proud to be working closely with the Wessex Learning Trust on developing UVL© and iComms© (Unique Visual Language and Integrated Communications).

‘One good thing leads to another… says Tony Ainsworth, the work TADesign are doing with Weare Academy First School is working so well that Denise Mawdsley, Head teacher recommended Tony Ainsworth Design to develop a UVL© and iComms© package for the Wessex Learning Trust’.

The Wessex Learning Trust is a family of eight Academies located in the Cheddar Valley Somerset region. It strives to offer a world class, 21st century education to its young people between the ages of 2 and 18. The Trust provides outstanding learning opportunities by creating centres of educational excellence that meet the needs of all the children and young adults.

‘We did some investigating, research and brainstorming with the Trust’s members and soon discovered their USP’s (unique selling points). Building on this foundation we expanded the communication scheme to deliver key messages. We created several concepts each developing a UVL© that adapts its tone of voice, volume and speed of delivery depending on the communication piece and purpose’ continues Tony Ainsworth.

Stage one presentation can be viewed (here).

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TADesign working with the Wessex Learning Trust

 

T A Design Wessex Learning Trust

Wessex Learning Trust

Tony Ainsworth Design are proud to be working closely with the Wessex Learning Trust on developing UVL© and iComms© (Unique Visual Language and Integrated Communications).

‘One good thing leads to another… says Tony Ainsworth, the work TADesign are doing with Weare Academy First School is working so well that Denise Mawdsley, Head teacher recommended Tony Ainsworth Design to develop a UVL© and iComms© package for the Wessex Learning Trust’.

The Wessex Learning Trust is a family of eight Academies located in the Cheddar Valley Somerset region. It strives to offer a world class, 21st century education to its young people between the ages of 2 and 18. The Trust provides outstanding learning opportunities by creating centres of educational excellence that meet the needs of all the children and young adults.

‘We did some investigating, research and brainstorming with the Trust’s members and soon discovered their USP’s (unique selling points). Building on this foundation we expanded the communication scheme to deliver key messages. We created several concepts each developing a UVL© that adapts its tone of voice, volume and speed of delivery depending on the communication piece and purpose’ continues Tony Ainsworth.

Stage one presentation can be viewed (here).