One for the 52%

Bi Pride UK are a charity that creates spaces for anyone that falls between gay and straight.

I worked as the volunteer designer at Bi Pride UK to develop their identity, build a website and online presence and provide visuals for their flagship event.

The majority of LGB people are Bi, so where is the space for them?

Most queer people find their community online, so it only felt right to create an online identity that matched their IRL presence. I created a bespoke icon set and set out guidelines to build social posts for recruiting volunteers, promoting events and pushing engagement.

Online Shop
Attached to the site and created using Woocommerce I sourced the products, created the designs and worked with the wider team to build a user friendly site for the community that generate revenue for the charity.

I designed a suite of products ranging from out-and-proud to more-under-the-radar.

Web Building: Myself
Animation: Kael Onion Oakley

Harry Thory is a graphic designer, moving image maker, and general legend (thanks mum).

He has three rules in life: put your pants on before your trousers, point out every dog you see, and do the goodest work for the goodest people. By following these rules, he has built a portfolio that includes print design, illustration, film, animation and online content.

Outside of the studio, you may find Harry expertly sourcing vegan croissants, semi successfully hitting a softball in a nearby park, or struggling up a slight incline on his bike.

If you’d rather enjoy some nature pics, follow him on Instagram. If you’re here for work and not play, join him on the worst social media website, or ruin his quest to inbox zero.

Harry currently lives in England with all the other people that live there.