Case Study: Wayfinding
LCC students produce wayfinding signage for Elephant and Castle.
As part of LCC Talent Works, Postgraduate Diploma Design for Visual Communication graduate Sarah Jane Hammoudeh created a social media strategy for Change Please.
Change Please empowers homeless people with the skills and equipment to become fully-fledged baristas. Before working with LCC the Peckham-based social enterprise had not tweeted themselves, relying instead on retweeting other people. But they were growing rapidly and needed a social media strategy that everyone in the organisation could contribute to.
LCC matched Change Please with Postgraduate Diploma Design for Visual Communication graduate Sarah Jane Hammoudeh who developed a social media plan which gives Change Please a distinct tone of voice. She also provided all Change Please people with a guide on how to implement the plan.
LCC Talent Works is a programme to give recent LCC graduates paid freelance jobs with social enterprises, charities and community groups. It helps our graduates make their first step in a creative career, while supporting social organisations who can’t access the high quality design and communications talent they need to grow.
Interested in connecting your business with students or graduates at LCC? Contact Partnerships Manager Matt Guy (firstname.lastname@example.org).