Relate Greater Manchester South, the local arm of the national relationship support charity, asked Hitch for assistance with their launch as a new charity called TLC: Talk, Listen, Change.
The client wanted a new brand to support the launch of their new charity and service offer: helping more relationships work better by delivering inclusive, high-quality services to the people of Greater Manchester and beyond.
Hitch began by spending time with key members of the TLC team to understand their requirements, and agree what the new brand should represent. Our design team then developed a number of concepts and presented them to the client, before developing the chosen idea into a full brand with guidelines and attributes using specially designed iconography.
Following the success of this branding exercise, Hitch was commissioned further to develop a range of branded assets and merchandise for the official launch event. Our editorial team provided copywriting support throughout to ensure consistency and clarity, and summarised key ways to use language in a writing guide.
Hitch designed and developed a vibrant new brand that reflected the values and ambitions of the new charity. The supporting materials of banners, posters, and leaflets all helped the launch event to be a great success.
“I think the new branding and marketing is brilliant. It’s much more reflective of what you all do.”
LGBT Independent Domestic Violence Advisor, Independent Choices
We continue to work with TLC: Talk, Listen, Change as we develop their new website.
“We have been so impressed with everything Hitch have done. They have been easy to work with and really get what we are trying to achieve. We couldn’t be happier with the new brand, we love the colour, the design and how modern and fresh it looks. We’re looking forward to a long term relationship with Hitch as TLC: Talk, Listen, Change grows in the future.”
Michelle Hill, Chief Executive, TLC: Talk, Listen, Change