The University of Gloucestershire has unveiled a new-look prospectus, designed by Yorkshire design group Face, its first work after the university’s repositioning last year. According to Face founder Vincent Mclaughlin, the 2009 undergraduate prospectus, based on the university’s new ethos ‘Where Learning is for Life’, is printed on recycled stock with a textured pulp board cover, foil-blocked in white and silver. Clear navigation and dynamic imagery are key aims of the design.
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