Hughes Opticians needed to compete with the high street opticians, but didn’t own any real visual brand equity – here’s how we helped them!
As the charity sector is quite competitive, Edukid needed to move their branding on. They needed a simple, vibrant logo that somehow had a nod towards education, but most importantly resonated with kids, teachers and parents – here’s our approach.
When we took on Monarch’s paid activity, our aims were simple: reduce the wastage that comes with putting the right ads in front of the wrong people, to drive more relevant users to their site, and ultimately to increase conversions.
Clearing is one of the most important times of year for Marjon. PPC is a good option for driving traffic to any site, but the big challenge here lay in getting more of those who clicked to convert.
With 200 adverts needed to go out each week with different copy, we had our work cut out for us. Here’s how we approached the campaign.
The challenge we faced was getting their name in front of potential customers who would both remember and, ultimately, engage with them in a very competitive market.
The ongoing challenge for our digital designers is to ensure that Eden’s online ads truly reflect the wonder of this stunning location.
Bourne was struggling to make an impact with their summer holiday direct mail campaigns so they came to us to create something that would stand out amongst the clutter – here’s how we went about it.
When we were tasked with reworking Cavanna’s branding, we knew the biggest challenge was how we evolved and modernised the much-loved seahorse logo, “Trigger” – take a look at how we approached it.
Capitalising on the success of the Jack Ratt cider, Lyme Bay wanted to launch a distinctive spiced rum, inspired again by the infamous smuggler. For this, we needed to create artwork that would do this unique drink justice!