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Google Campus is a global network of co-working spaces for entrepreneurs, innovators and startups to share ideas, learn from each other and collectively shape the future of tech.

As the designated design studio for Campus London for two years, as well as working on key projects for their wider global teams, we’ve implemented the Campus brand identity across a wide range of applications from bespoke packaging, environmental graphics and furniture, through to event promotion and digital assets.

Original brand identity: MultiAdaptor
Merchandise: Creative X
Print: Rapidity
Photography: Jack Spicer Adams

Campus Residency Welcome Packs

The Campus Residency scheme is a six month growth program for high potential startups that offers personalised support and unique access to Google resources, experts and global connections. The bespoke ‘moving in’ packs welcomed the new residents with custom gifts to help kick-off life in their new workspace.

International Women’s Day

To celebrate 100 years of women having the vote in 2018, Campus hosted a series of events and discussions on the influential and disruptive effect of civic technology, in giving a voice to individuals who want to be more connected to government and public affairs. A suite of promotional materials harnessed the iconic vernacular of the Suffragette movement.

Campus Startup Reports

Campus members create jobs, catalyse their cities startup communities and build products to change the world. The annual Startup Reports document the impact these individuals and organisations have made and Campus’s contribution to enabling them to achieve their goals.

Cover graphics scale from national, to local, to individual showing the impact Campus members have made from a micro to macro scale.

The suite of Startup Reports celebrate startup impact across the globe, from Sao Paulo to Seoul. Reports were designed, typeset and translated across multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Korean, Hebrew and Polish.

Code First Girls x Campus

Promotion collateral for the Code First Girls x Campus event, playing on the fundamentals of HTML written code.

Campus Presents series

Promotional posters for the ongoing series of talks held at Campus.