Jatcorp Ltd is a swiftly expanding Australian company that specialises in producing distinctive dairy and plant-based health products and supplements.
Penrith Anglican College approached Fresco to design their 2023-2027 Strategic Plan, keeping their current logo and school colours but introducing more universally accessible font choices and refining the look and feel of their design collateral.
City Linemarking are Sydney-based Linemarking specialists that approached Fresco to redesign their 24 page Company Profile brochure using their existing logo and colours but redesigning the look and feel.
Fresco was approached by Australian Mental Health Outcomes and Classification Network (AMHOCN) to put together a series of training manuals that would communicate to adults, children and older persons.
Fresco was commissioned by the New South Wales Department of Planning, Industry and Environment to produce a 32 page, whole-of-government Precinct Strategy brochure for approval by the New South Wales Government.
The Star Entertainment Group’s commitment to best practice Sustainability performance saw the Group transition to an online only dedicated Sustainability Report for the first time in 2021.
For over a decade, Diligent have been the first choice for company leaders seeking more efficient, effective information sharing and collaboration tools. They brought the first (and now the most widely used) digital board portal to market. Fresco worked with their established brand guidelines to create a Case Study document outlining their […]
Fresco Creative worked with the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) for over 4 years on a range of fund-raising initiatives resulting in increased levels of donations throughout that time. ACRF entrusted Fresco to prepare a range of collateral designed to both inform their followers on the progress of their cutting-edge research and also tell the stories of their supporters.
The Copyright Agency approached Fresco to design an A3 poster insert for the centrefold of their magazine, outlining the cycle of copyright. Infographics were used to express the complex cycle of copyright and statutory licences, in a simple and friendly way.
The Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation (POWHF) is a not-for-profit organisation that fundraises to support the work of The Prince of Wales Hospital. They were referred to us after another successful not-for-profit project. The first step was to reshape the logo and choose a new font to set the brand on a new path.