Rachel Brandon

Head of Graphic Design

FInalist

Rising Star

The Drum Design Awards 2021

2021

Highly Commended

Professional Services Design Award

The Drum DADI Awards

2019

Rachel joined PLMR in July 2017 and is the Lead Graphic Designer. Rachel works with clients, and internally with the PLMR brand, to deliver design services for their brand identity, marketing materials and social media graphics. With a fluent knowledge of the Adobe Suite, Rachel ensures that the quality of design is set to the highest standard, and that every client is represented in the best way possible.

One of our most notable pieces of design work that Rachel has led on is a major rebrand project for the UK’s leading Health & Social Care law firm, Ridouts Solicitors, which received a nomination for the Drum DADI Awards in 2019. The rebrand included design of a new logo, website and marketing collateral. Other stand out design projects and clients include the Responsible Gambling Week Campaign – where collateral was displayed in every major bookmaker in the UK, rebrand and exhibition designs for HomeWorks/BIES and marketing collateral for Centrica.

During her time at PLMR, Rachel has produced a wide variety of collateral from social media infographics to new logos, print adverts to physical signage, as well as full brand identity refreshes. The versatility and range of design work means every unique client has a tailored and well thought out vision for their communications strategy.

Before joining PLMR, Rachel studied Graphic Design at the University for the Creative Arts Epsom – the number one specialist university for the creative industries. She also volunteered to design campaign materials for Ruth Cadbury MP during the 2017 Election.

Service Specialisms

Sector Specialisms

Rachel Brandon's Blogs

The ever changing COVID-19 press conference podium graphics

Critiquing Comic Sans (& the Conservatives’ Campaign Collateral)

PLMR’s Rachel Brandon discusses the new BT logo: Is it underwhelming?

What Makes a Good Care Home Website Design?

Current Trends in Graphic Design

My thoughts on the ‘Hope to Nope: Graphics and politics 2008-18’ exhibition

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