University of Oxford Physics Newsletter Spring 2016

May 2016: this is the 8th newsletter that I have designed for the University of Oxford’s Physics Department. It is 24 pages A4. Catherine Charnock Creative did the design as well as some editing, copy-editing and proofreading.




Physics Department Newsletter – Autumn 2015

October 2015: 24 page newsletter for the University of Oxford’s Physics Department. This is the 7th issue that Catherine Charnock Creative has designed. The newsletter has been so successful that the Physics Department is now publishing two newsletters a year. You can see the previous issue here.

Have a look – page 17 is my favourite!

Faculty of Classics 2015 Newsletter

Oct 2015: 16 page newsletter for the Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford. We continued the look and feel established in the 2014 newsletter, but reduced it to 16 pages as it was being mailed with Oxford Today, the University’s Alumni Magazine.

University of Oxford Physics Department Newsletter – Spring 2015

May 2015: Sixth edition of the Physics Department Newsletter is hot off the press! All about Quantum Computing (I admit the equations in the first article were a bit of a challenge!) – the design was done to match the look and feel of previous issues, which you can view here:

Autumn 2014 Newsletter
Spring 2014 Newsletter

Page 17 was quite fun too!

University of Oxford Physics Newsletter – Autumn 2014

Oct 2014: 20 page A4 newsletter for the University of Oxford’s Physics Department. The design was done using the same styles as the Spring issue, and I also helped with copyediting and proofreading.

Download a pdf here

Faculty of Classics Newsletter

Oct 2014: I recently completed design of the University of Oxford Faculty of Classics newsletter. The Faculty of Classics was a new client for me this year. They liked the Physics newsletter that I designed and asked for something in a similar vein. Being very different in content and character, I drew on elements from the style of the Physics newsletter, but created a different pace and mood in the Classics newsletter. The design is based on two grids which could be adapted to fit the content for each spread. The result is a clean, calm, newsletter which I think fits the nature of the content.

Download a pdf here

New client – Faculty of Classics

July 2014 – Very pleased to announce that I recently secured a contract to design the annual newsletter for the University of Oxford’s Faculty of Classics. Very excited and looking forward to working with the Faculty of Classics! The c.24 page newsletter will be printed by Oxuniprint and mailed with the University’s main alumni magazine, Oxford Today, in September. Busy times ahead!

University of Oxford Physics Newsletter Spring 2014 Issue 4

May 2014: I recently completed the fourth annual Physics Newsletter. Having had a similar design for three years, we decided to freshen the look and feel for the fourth edition, creating a more “magazine style” newsletter. I changed the grid structure to allow for more white space on the page, and designed a magazine-style cover. I also updated the colour palette, while maintaining the Department’s main colour brand.

You can download a pdf here.

Or click on the image below to view it on screen.

Earthwatch Newsletter Spring 2011

A four page newsletter designed for Earthwatch. The newsletter was published in A4 for the UK & European market, and in US letter size for the US market. Printed in the UK and in the USA. To save costs, it was designed as a self-mailer – ie it folds in half to A5 size and is sealed with butterfly stickers. The address was printed onto the newsletter by the mailing houses.

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Oxford Physics Newsletter 2012

August 2012: Hot off the press – the University of Oxford’s 2012 Physics Newsletter. 12 page A4, printing 9000 copies for a worldwide audience of alumni and current Physics students and supporters.