David Rutter Redesigns National Rail train tickets.
If I was still doing my information design module at uni these definitely would have gone on the group blog. The redesign of the standard national rail ticket is much more effective, information is displayed much clearer and the pop of colour easily indicates the type of ticket.
I really like the idea of line updates and travel information on the back of the ticket as well as the little snippets of rail history, as I often look at my train tickets during a journey.
Here’s a link to his website and other work. http://www.davidrutter.com/National-Rail-Tickets-Redesign
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