Our work

Take a look through some examples of projects we have worked on, from annual reports to magazine content and design and broadcast systems architectures. 

Annual reports

TriMedia Middle East has a strong track record in various sectors, be that, government, banking technology, telecommunications, retail – even farming! Here are some examples of our work in corporate reportage in the last few years. Please click on the icons to take you to the content in question.

Journalism and design

Our team has worked with several well-respected publications over the years in full-time, freelance contributor, designer, photography, editorial and consultancy capacities. Below are some examples of our work, showcasing diverse subjects and high quality magazine design. 

Enhancing luxury brands by digging deeper into their back-stories, their history, unique ways of working and their craftsmanship, discovering and bringing to public attention brands worthy of coverage.
Creating fascinating stories for charitable causes, independent art galleries, corporate social responsibility programs and environmental campaigns which highlight their mission, vision and values in print.
Telling the amazing stories around the design, engineering and lifestyle of cars. The automotive industry is as diverse as it is extraordinary and these articles delve into that world.

Books and corporate profiles

The pinnacle of our editorial work has always been our printed literary content. We support content provision and design to create books, periodicals and corporate profiles that bring life to any subject and create genuine interest in the reader. 

Broadcast systems and project management services

Whether you are a start-up or an established broadcaster intent on moving up to the next level, TriMedia has the skills to steer the project through all its stages, starting with the vital pre-launch documentation: the Requirement Specification, the Request for Proposal (RFP), the Project Definition Document (PDD) and the Project Charter. Working closely with your key end user team, we produce and apply the tender evaluation criteria used in selecting and awarding the Prime Contractor or system integrator.

If required, we can help you recruit and assemble a project team comprising workstream project leaders, installation supervisors, document controllers, project planners and project coordinators.

As the work progresses, we manage all communications between the prime contractor and your end user team. Typically, we implement a regime of daily ‘scrum’ meetings, weekly Risks & Issues, weekly workstream progress meetings, weekly timeline review, test & acceptance progress. Thus we prevent ‘scope bloat’ and keep the project on track to successful completion.