Terrence Higgins Trust scoops gold brand design prize

The Marketing Brand Design awards saw the Terrence Higgins Trust pick up a gold award in the 'Third Sector' category at the Dorchester hotel this month.

The health promotion campaign 'Syphilis' highlighted that diagnosis among gay men has increased since record low infection rates during the mid-1990s. The campaign has also won the top award in the Design for Print - Consumer category at the Design Effectiveness Awards run by the Design Business Association. Brand consultants Felton Communications produced the campaign.

At the first ever Brand Design Awards hosted by Marketing magazine, The Fostering Network and its design consultants Visible Edge won a Silver award in the 'Identity' category, which was open to all sectors. The Fostering Network won the award following a brand overhaul, when the charity changed its name from the National Foster Care Association to reflect the modern face of foster care.

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