cybertalk

editorial design & direction

client: SBL / employer: Reflect Digital / date: January 2014

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brief:

To drive SBL’s brand awareness and credibility inthe cyber-security field with a quarterly magazine.

concept:

Modern editorial layouts, bespoke illustrations,and individualistic content-led designs to capture a broad target audience, combining authority,innovation and creativity.

deliverables:


52 page magazine, digital and print, including bespoke illustrations.

illustrating the world of cyber security

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From cyber software to silicon valley

Working with internal stakeholders I created a set structure and design for the magazine that allowed traditional pages, such as ‘Contents, to have a cohesive look-and-feel, with articles, interviews and advertorials having their own individual design aesthetics.

Due to the more unusual and abstract nature of the magazine’s content, I also created various bespoke illustrations that would tie nicely with each individual article.

 
 
 

Issue One

CyberTalk Issue One explored a host of content, from social media threats to cyber security as a human science.

Issue Two

CyberTalk Issue Two was dedicated to Alan Turing, from exploring life at Bletchley Park, to exploring his legacy and effect on modern day technology.