Emergency Response Hub, GMFRS

Signage, wall wraps and semi-transparent window wraps

The Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) wanted artwork for their newly refurbished Emergency Response Hub where Manchester’s 999 calls are answered and where emergency response is planned.
They wanted graphics that reflected Manchester, GMFRS history and encouraged staff to ‘Love the Hub’. Artwork was to be lively, friendly and colourful, as a contrast to the stressful jobs of the emergency response staff.
I did a site visit to run through exactly what artwork was needed, took photos and measurements and liaised with the architects and all stakeholders so I could create a design that was congruous, and reflected the needs of the end users.
I created all artwork in Adobe Illustrator and provided print files to the specifications of the external signage suppliers who were printing and installing the graphics.
The new graphics have now been installed and Emergency Response staff are working in a much improved and engaging environment. Staff commented that it was a great environment to work in and I was commissioned to produce further  designs for the Urban Search and Rescue Unit (USAR).

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