Marketing agency Gough Bailey Wright has added to its design portfolio by winning South Staffordshire College as a new client.
The Bromsgrove-based agency was appointed to develop a prospectus which would attract students and profile the college's range of courses.
Creative services director Michelle Wright said: "We're so pleased with this piece of work, our creatives have excelled themselves.
"The book is a perfect example of how to create literature for young people and I'm very proud of it.
"We work with a number of brands that target this age group and the key is identifying with them and ensuring the appropriate research is carried out before a design is developed.
"South Staffordshire College is a great client win for us and gave our creative teams a perfect platform to engage and inspire in an imaginative and effective way."
Jamie Smith, director of strategy and infrastructure at South Staffordshire College, added: "Every year more than 4,000 young people choose this college and our prospectus plays a big part in this.
"We're always looking for something new and different - if it doesn't make you go 'wow' then it's not worth doing.
"The GBW team worked on a really tight deadline and with the minimum of fuss - we are delighted with the finished product."