Redefining value, signalling change
Charities and social organisations have to work just as hard to get their message across. We're always delighted to help.
Supporting #techmums through WPP's Common Ground initiative
We have been working in partnership with Cognifide as part of the WPP's Common Ground initiative in a combined effort to promote gender equality.
With the aim of empowering mums, their families and communities through technology as well as the ambitious target of reaching one million Mums by 2020, we are working continuously with #techmums on their brand and digital strategy.
Branding a global campaign for road safety
The FIA asked us to create a new brand for a global campaign to reduce the number of deaths on roads globally. We developed a new logo and brand guidelines for all branded materials globally and designed a fully responsive website to promote the ongoing work of the campaign.
Changing the conversation for Mental Health
Heads Together is the mental health campaign championed by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Prior to announcing their status as Charity of the Year for the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon, we built a website using the brand identity developed by WPP partner agency Lambie Nairn.
Supporting Hope for Tomorrow's Christmas campaign
Hope for Tomorrow is a national cancer charity. To support the design and artwork for their 2016 Christmas campaign with The Black Farmer, we designed stickers for their full range of December products, the final frames of their Christmas TV advert, a suite of digital assets and a digital billboard.
An action-orientated brand identity
The NES sets out a clear national standard for equality, diversity and inclusion in the UK. We designed a new identity with a strong campaign device. It's a stamp of approval for businesses who have achieved the standard whilst encouraging others to 'sign up' to equality in the workplace.
Raising awareness to build partnerships
The Royal Foundation raises awareness and builds meaningful partnerships in the areas of veterans and military families, conservation, children and young people and a recent focus on mental health. We created a new brand for the initial launch of the Foundation including a new logo, visual identity and implementation.
Building a brand platform to address a global humanitarian crisis
UNICEF needed an experienced, agile team to work with their NGO partners and high-profile political champions to create a brand name, identity and website for their new education crisis platform. We had eight weeks to develop the brand and launch the website ahead of the 2016 inaugural World Humanitarian Summit.