Working Wardrobe is a not-for-profit, collaborative initiative from Groundwork Greater Manchester, Trafford Housing Trust & Trafford Council.
Working Wardrobe provides free access to interview clothing with a personal stylist whilst offering practical support and advice to help prepare candidates for job opportunities.
The team at Far’n’Beyond has worked with Groundwork for several years, so we were delighted to partner with them on such an inspiring project.
In recent times, the challenges people face in employment have accelerated. One of our aims as an agency is to work together with our clients to create positive change. We feel that it is vitally important that everybody gets an equal opportunity.
“At Far’n’Beyond we believe first impressions count and that Working Wardrobe can be a powerful catalyst to help people into employment by instilling confidence and offering support.”
Jonny Delap, Senior Creative
Whilst we always wish we could do more, we were delighted to offer our time, experience and expertise to help develop the design and digital presence for Working Wardrobe.
Branding & Design
The branding and website is designed to help communicate Working Wardrobe’s ability to empower people.
Producing an attractive brand style, effective logo and website design for the project, we invested in a timeless identity that recognised the aspirational goals of the Working Wardrobe.
The blend of colours and image styling were all delivered in a short brand guide document, along with the key elements in various formats for use across print and digital applications such as documents and social media.
“We are delighted with the finished branding and website. Far’n’Beyond have gone the extra mile to help support the Working Wardrobe project, providing a brilliant platform for us to help attract support and help residents in Greater Manchester back into work.
Stephanie Wyatt, Working Wardrobe.
Not for Profit Website Design
We hope that the website will be able to give Working Wardrobe the platform to highlight their excellent support and styling services whilst engaging with the residents of Greater Manchester to give them the support need.
Developed to enable the Working Wardrobe team to add new content, sections, and posts effortlessly, the website has been fully optimised for use across desktop, tablet, mobile devices, and search engines.
Built using the WordPress platform, our in-house digital team took the creative content from the brand guidelines and website design and applied it to a versatile theme.
Backed by Andy Burnham Major of Greater Manchester, the team at Far’n’Beyond are delighted to have been able to offer our support to the Working Wardrobe and its partners and help the project develop.