TTG Travel awards Submission Brochures
Giving yourself a marketing advantage over your competitors is a no-brainer, but to do it for an awards submission is more cunning. Carnival wanted their entry to stand out from the others within a comprehensive, coherent and colourful format. As a result Carnival have won for the last two years. We like to think it’s not only our clients category prowess that won them the award, but the submission booklet completely overshadowed the other entries.
UAG Dinner invite
Poplar trees are a real problem within the vegetation management industry. We were asked to design an invite for a National Utility Arboriculture Conference that would strike a chord with the invitees. The invite incorporated embossed lettering and tree shapes to both facing pages - giving the invite real impact.
We were asked to design an internal sales piece to help an environmental Consultancy clarify their offer. As the name suggests ‘The Knowledge’ encompasses all that is ADAS and it was designed to help their consultants highlight other offers and ultimately cross sell externally.
Holland America Line
A major Cruiseline required concepts for an internal sales toolkit for their travel agents. The toolkit contained useful sales tips & additional marketing material templates, a mousemat and a memory stick containing all the copy and templates. As a concept we needed something which reflected the luxurious brand and be unique in comparison to the plethora of alternative sale tools they might receive from rival brands. The job required not only a sound knowledge of print processes but also cardboard engineering alongside thorough project management.
Workplace promotional brochures
Rebranding can be tricky at times, especially when the brief is to redesign a magazine whilst still conforming to an existing brand. The end result was a re-vamp that complimented the existing materials, sitting comfortably amongst other branded marketing matter, but also moving forward and improving the brand through both design and functionality.