Richard Slade is a freelance graphic designer, front-end developer, lecturer, illustrator and social entrepreneur.

hunts forum
A charity in Huntingdonshire that helps voluntary and community groups thrive. A key project to update its brand and website to create a professional and friendly feel.
st neots festival
A two-day music and arts festival for the Cambridgeshire town of St Neots. A collaborative project between designers Richard Slade and Curtis Reeve to develop a digital platform.
kate hempsall
For a public relations and communications consultant who specialises in promoting brands, it's vital their own brand is creative and professional. Kate Hempsall needed a website design that did just that.
As a part of a global network of intelligence organisations funded by government agencies who tackle crime in the fishing industry, it was essential they have a strong brand identity.
A bold brand for an international telecoms provider. When the clients asked for Monty Python meets corporate sector a balance was found that stands out above their competitors.
maciek platek
Cambridgeshire-based photographer Maciek Platek has a diverse portfolio that ranges from interiors and architecture to portraits and food. He needed a way to showcase and promote his work and process.
A specialist in training police forces in the highly complex world of digital forensics. It was clear that their new website needed to be equally as professional with course scheduling being the key feature.
neotists
Kick-starting a dormant, disconnected creative community in Cambridgeshire's largest town. Working with four tiers of local government, residents, businesses and academia to benefit the community.
support cambridgeshire
Unifying the community groups and organisations in Cambridgeshire to help them strengthen and grow by providing a single place to find advice and guidance.
st neots museum
A museum telling the 1,000-year story of the largest market town in Cambridgeshire. Major brand development and digital application to help engage a younger audience.
Breaking some of the stereotypes of the Internet of Things. A new look for an innovative developer of smart connected devices to help showcase their services.
cameron law
The unmistakably clever work by Scottish illustrator Cameron Law has featured in The Times, The Guardian and Vanity Fair to name a few. A new website was needed to showcase both static and animated work.
natural cambridgeshire
Biodiversity, ecosystems, pollution and environmental quality. Raising the profile of the Local Nature Partnership in Cambridgeshire through their digital platforms.
Developing the first treatments of its kind in the world for breast and prostate cancer patients, this multi-million pound funded organisation has a clear vision. Azeria Therapeutics needed a brand identity and digital platform to continue growing their programme.
st neots masterplan
A project developed by Cambridgeshire's unitary authority to ensure the market towns across the county are all interconnected in an overall plan that supports the region’s future prosperity.