At Grish Art, we’re excited to share our latest collaboration with the UCIS (User Carer Involvement Subgroup), a dynamic initiative dedicated to championing user and carer involvement in healthcare. We’ve had the privilege of designing and printing their new Charter—a powerful symbol of their commitment to inclusive healthcare practices.
Organised by Fairbridge and Southampton City CAMHS, our client required a brand identity, logo design, leaflets and posters. Our partnership with UCIS was born out of a shared vision: to create a Charter that not only communicates their mission but also inspires action. Drawing upon our expertise in design, we embarked on a creative journey to shape a visual identity that captures the essence of UCIS’s dedication to user and carer involvement.
The result of this collaboration is the UCIS Charter—a document that speaks volumes about the organisation’s values and goals. With a sleek and impactful design, the Charter serves as a rallying point for advocates of inclusive healthcare. Its pages are adorned with carefully curated imagery, conveying the essence of compassion, collaboration, and user and carer empowerment.
UCIS’s Charter goes beyond mere words; it represents a commitment to change. Grish Art is honoured to be a part of this transformative journey, as we believe that design can be a catalyst for social progress. By translating UCIS’s vision into a visually compelling and accessible format, we hope to inspire individuals and organisations alike to champion user and carer involvement in healthcare.
The UCIS Charter is a testament to the power of collaboration, creativity, and a shared commitment to making healthcare more inclusive. As we move forward, we look forward to witnessing the positive impact of UCIS’s work on user and carer involvement in healthcare.