This Thursday (22nd October) is International Stammering Awareness Day. We figured there was no better time to unveil what we’ve been working on with Scottish Stammering Network!
Back in June, they reached out to us after seeing examples of our previous work and some impressive Google Reviews. We won their business after a fantastic zoom meeting with their Board Members, led by our Creative Director, Garry McCann. We got to work soon after on creating a new brand for the charity and a new website to go along with it.
Scottish Stammering Network was created in 2012, with the goal of raising awareness around the issues faced by people who stammer. Through their support groups and open days, they bring together people who stammer in a welcoming and understanding environment. The work they do is all towards the goal of creating a Scotland that is more accepting and accommodating of people who stammer.
We wanted to establish a brand that would reflect the inclusive and open ethos of Scottish Stammering Network. They supplied us with a wealth of content to populate the site which included lots of information and advice about stammering. We ensured that the site was easy to use and great to look at.
Their new website launched yesterday, along with their new branding. We’re delighted to have been able to give this great charity a new look. As well as a new website that can act as a hub for a community that is often overlooked.
Their Chairperson and Trustee, James Stewart, had this to say about our work:
“Thanks to Stephen Cole and the whole team at Cole AD for their support and work to bring this all together! The branding has given the charity a clear identity as Scotland’s national charity for stammering.”
You can check out the new Scottish Stammering Network website here. As International Stammering Awareness Day is so soon, it’s a perfect opportunity to learn more about what stammering is. Including how it affects people in Scotland and what you can do to raise awareness and be more sensitive to the struggles of people who stammer. We can’t wait to see how this charity grows with their new look.