A Kettering charity has unveiled its fresh new look, courtesy of a graphic design student from the town.
KCU, which suppports the unemployed and those on a low income, asked Tresham College students to help rebrand the charity.
Adam Kay, from the college, said the chance to get involved in the charity’s rebranding had been one he was pleased to be able to take.
“It’s really hard to get the opportunity in the first place,” he said. “I am glad to have done it.”
The new design has been chosen in time for the official opening of its shop on Newland Street by Kettering mayor Cllr Keli Watts.
Paul Jackson, KCU’s chief executive, said the charity had been pleased to work with the college.
He added: “It gave us the opportunity to talk about our charity to a large group of young people, many of whom didn’t know what we do.”
Maria Delves, a graphic design lecturer at Tresham College, has extended an invitation to other local charities or businesses who want design work to be undertaken to get in touch.