QEF (Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People)

QEF appoint Out of Place Studio to revitalise brand identity and website

Out of Place Studio are delighted to announce that we are working with QEF (Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People) to revitalise their brand and website following a successful tender process. QEF has been established for over 85 years and delivers life-altering support and services to almost 10,000 disabled people every year. The project will span the next six months and involve creating a strong parent brand that unifies all QEF’s services through common values, whilst communicating a more contemporary and relevant presence in a rapidly evolving disability sector. A new website will carry the refreshed brand whilst offering an improved user experience as well as a wide range of functionalities to help QEF improve their services and digital presence. We are delighted to be working with such an esteemed and important third sector organisation and look forward to sharing the results later in the year.

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