Online brochure designs for Bupa
  • Client

  • BUPA

  • Project

  • Online newsletter

BUPA required an electronic newsletter for their customers showcasing their Travel services. With very strict guidelines, designing a new product from scratch is always a challenge, but this was approved with relative ease. We believe this shows a design agency that listens to what the client needs, which speeds the design process up considerably.

ADAS A+ website design
  • Client

  • ADAS

  • Project

  • A+ Microsite

We were asked to create an online brand for a microsite we were designing for ADAS. A+ was chosen as the name as it referred to the site being an addition to ADAS’ online presence. A+ also implies it’s the best, top of its class for informative environmental news and views. To view the website, click here.

ADAS Love it or hate it website design
  • Client

  • ADAS

  • Project

  • Love/Hate Football eCampaign

With World Cup fever in full flow this ecampaign was designed to get our clients customers away from work and into the dark depths of company sweepstakes! Understanding not everyone likes football, there was also a list of activities the football haters could do whilst matches were on. Conceptualised by our sales consultancy team it was of course a lead generation tool too.

Jamie Oliver Carnival website design
  • Client

  • CCL

  • Project

  • Jamie Oliver

Everyone loves their Mum, Jamie and everyone loves a good cruise. So why not put the two together? A collection of banner ads were designed for a Mother’s Day themed competition for Jamie readers to win a 7 night cruise. A great lead generation campaign success with overseas entries too.

Obesity Learning Centre website designs
  • Client

  • NHF

  • Project

  • Obesity Learning Centre

As illustrated in our digital case studies, we were asked to create the logo brand for an online portal for medical professionals. Teaming up with fellow creative agency The Creative Element and web developers Ultraviolet Design we created the look and feel for this useful info portal. Now in its second phase it still uses our very distinctive logo. The logo’s concentric circles represent community and communication and also visually imply ‘The Ripple effect’. The ‘O’ also represent Obesity. To view website, click here.