The Royal Hospital for Women Foundation rebrands

The Royal Hospital for Women Foundation rebrands

To reflect The Royal’s innovative approach to women’s healthcare, the Foundation underwent a complete rebrand in early 2014. After a tender process, creative agency Made In Katana were awarded the account.

Adam Callen
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Based heavily on the colloquial nickname ‘The Royal’ bestowed upon the hospital by staff and patients alike, this brand positions the Foundation as a welcoming and approachable institution supporting one of the leaders in women’s healthcare.

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Featuring hand-rendered lettering by typographer Martina Flor, the brand embraces the extensive history of The Royal and the Foundation, community-focused approach and affectionate nickname while simultaneously looking to the future. A comprehensive brand experience was developed including a new responsive website for the Foundation featuring complete social media integration, an events calendar and an extensive donation system.

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In conjunction with the rebrand, the Royal Mums campaign was successfully launched including an opening ceremony hosted by Tanya Plibersek and Claudia Karvan. A celebration of the women who have given birth at The Royal, over 1500 Royal Mums joined in the first few weeks.