Hurrah Hurrah are a creative multidisciplinary Design practice.

We create visual communication for institutions, organisations, companies and individuals through research, strategy, design, application and management.

Email studio@hurrah-hurrah.ie

Telephone +353(0)877726186

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Well-Crafted Visual Communication

From visual identity systems to unique on-line experiences. We design for business and culture.

The Berries

Book | Print


Stories & Photographs celebrating Hollyhill and the opening of the new library. Photography by John Minihan known for iconic portraits of Beckett, Warhol as well as lives of ordinary people in their day-to-day business in times of joy and sadness. The photographs are accompanied with the stories and poetry by writers Billy O'Callaghan, William Wall and Doireann Ní Griofa. The project is joint collaboration between the Cork City Council Arts Office and Munster Literary Centre. A Limited amount of books will be available in your local library.



ecanvasser

Identity | Website


Voter management software ecanvasser syncs data between a cloud based dashboard and your smartphone app. Full integration with the electoral register makes it an unbeatable way to manage your campaign. Hurrah Hurrah had the pleasure of working with the innovative people at Vconnecta who develop ecanvasser among other impressive software systems. We designed the identity with a robust set of guidelines. Once these were in place we designed the user-experience and user interface of the website.



Open House Cork

Identity | Website | Print


Open House is an worldwide architecture festival. Hurrah Hurrah were commissioned by the OHC team to develop the identity and supporting website for the event. Included in the marketing materials, we designed large format A2 broadsheets printed in 2 colours. These were supplied in 50 x100 pads that people could rip-off easily and discover information about the festival. The website contained information about each building, along with times and built-in location maps. Using a very simple wordpress CMS, we were able to transfer full control to OHC after our design was complete.



Enclave Review

Website | Development


Enclave Review is a print magazine and on-line dtatbase focusing on the visual arts, but with additional texts relating to the greater sphere of contemporary art and thought. We were given the task to represent the content and articles online in a minimal design format. With a focus on reading, we came up with some effective use of CSS3 to make searching through the database a better experience. Visit Site here


Cork City Council Tourism Posters

Illustration | Mapping | Installation


Tourism campaign commissioned by Cork City Council. The brief was to create large 'tourism' postcard prints of iconic Cork Buildings and place them in vacant retail units in Cork City Centre. Having complete the Illustrations we advised to build 2m high lightboxes for each artwork. The results illuminated the Illustrations and proved a popular project in Cork City. Supporting the project was a set of postcards, packaged into a neat little pack for tourism and admirers alike who want a little bit of Cork nearby, at all times.



VMware Welcome Booklet

Layout | Illustration | Print


VMware is a US software company that provides cloud and virtualization software and services. With the Irish campus based in Ballincollig, Cork, we designed a welcome booklet to promote Cork's Cultural heritage and entertainment to an international audience.



VMware Cork 10th Aniversary

Identity | Print Management


Identity Design celebrating 10 years of VMware Ballincollig. Event Materials include Flags, Banners, Bunting, Perspex, Table Cards and Window Vinyl.



Cork Institute of Technology CCAD 2014

Website | Data Visualisation | Print


Catalogue Book showcasing Crawford College of Art & Design Degree Show 2014. The concept of the book is based around Student Data. This allowed us to create a simple but highly informative design. The code was developed in Java using open-source software Processing 2.0. Student data was separated into age, sex, height, nationality and art discipline. This information was visually portrayed in different shapes and forms throughout the book, giving the viewer an immediate overview of the student attributes. The visualisations were formatted in vector format for print purposes. Viewers also had the chance interact with the concept through the website. We transferred the Data Visualisation in scalable vector graphics (SVG), which is now supported by HTML5. This allowed the concept to adapt to any device and resolution.



Sharing Architecture Cork City Council

Website | Data Visualisation | Print


Cork City Council Arts Office commissioned Hurrah Hurrah to develop the identity and exhibition design for the government initiative ‘Sharing Architecture’. The collaborative nature of the project is to use design to investigate the impact of architecture on public utilities and through this on people. Four architectural practices worked with four end-user groups to redesign a bus stop on the number 208 bus route in Cork. The exhibition showcase the final designs of the collaborative process, all displayed in the Atrium of Cork City Hall. The exhibition include images, drawings and small scale models of each group’s final designs. Our core idea for the exhibition was to recreate the 208 bus route inside the building. Applications/formats included were brochures and printed information, spray-painted bus-stops, large-scale typographic vinyl, exhibition boards and interior.


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Hurrah Hurrah
Sample Studios, 4th Floor
Former Government Buildings
Suillivans Quay
Cork City