SurvivorsUK  SurvivorsUK


reach and awareness


empathy and representation


living in silence

Project:  Rebrand & Website Redesign Cause:  Brand Identity Evolution Deliverables: Brand & Content, Digital & Tech

SurvivorsUK plays a vital role supporting as one of the only charities for boys, men and non-binary people who have been affected by sexual violence. But their visual and verbal identity was tired and limited their ability to reach people who desperately need their support, as well as advocate for wider systemic and policy change. 


SurvivorsUK's brand and website didn't fully represent the people at the charity nor the empathy and warmth in which they work. Over 80,000 men and boys are raped, sexually abused or assaulted every year in the UK, the website needed to be accessible, inclusive and welcoming to prospective clients wanting to use SurvivorsUK's services.


To create an identity that reflects their core values: empathy, without exception, challenging perceptions and community. Ultimately, our aim was to create a brand that engages more boys, men, and non-binary people to seek SurvivorsUK’s services.


Through creative exploratory workshops with SurvivorsUK's clients we were able to understand more of what survivors are looking for in a website. Their unique insights were weaved into the fabric of the brand, photography and stock imagery were swapped for hand-drawn imagery to portray survivors in a way they could recognise and feel empowered.

Working towards the following SDGs
Shape history
Our Work

The website is welcoming, respectful and vocal.

We used a mix of imagery and illustrations to show

different aspects of their organisation and community.

The integrated head,

which is free of gender, age and ethnicity,

highlights areas where actions may be needed,

both as an organisation and/or as a survivor.