We have just designed and produced a suite of promotional material and branded merchandise for Gatwick Airport in line with the European Safety Awareness Week (this week!). We have developed the brand – Think Smart – which umbrellas the existing ‘Smart’ brands we have previously developed for the airport (Trolley Smart, Baggage Smart and Electric Vehicle Smart).
Following Gatwick’s new corporate guidelines, we created 5 designs for A3 posters to promote the Health & Safety Executive’s national campaign within Gatwick Airport. Through the use of icons and illustrations we created a fun and eye catching way of raising awareness of the importance of considering health and safety risks while at work. Messages include; beware of slips, trips and falls, safety when working at height and safety when working in excessive noise.
We also produced a range of branded merchandise to promote the campaign – including USB memory sticks, tape measures, snap bands and badges.
We’ve had a great deal of involvement in all of Heathrow Airport’s communications, so when we were asked to co-ordinate and direct a series of photo shoots for the company we leapt at the chance. The brief was to capture its staff in their working environment, and that is exactly what we’ve been doing! So far, as well as getting a lot of great images, we’ve also had a really fun few days out on the shoots. Say cheese!
University College Birmingham
We are excited to have just completed our first project for the University College Birmingham. We were asked to pitch for the design of a new brochure for UCB’s two public restaurants. Our cost effectiveness won us the project.
The brochure will be used to advertise UCB’s restaurants to the general public. The brief was to create a brochure that emphasised the restaurants’ quality, value and variety. Using images of the students at work and taster menus, we designed a brochure that illustrated the restaurants’ professional status.
The launch – Reducing Re-offending
As part of Safer Leicester Partnership’s work on Reducing Re-offending, Leicester City Council asked us to create an interactive website. The ‘Reducing Re-offending Active Learning Tool’ follows a timeline of ‘blue-print’ re-offender Craig Morrison’s life, from his early years through to present day. The tool kit highlights influencing factors in Craig’s life and offers interventions and statistics about re-offending. The website will go live this month with the official launch event taking place today!
See the the Reducing Re-offending Active Learning Tool
Leicestershire Business Awards
It’s that time of year again…The Leicestershire Business Awards. The Awards are a great incentive promoting the achievements of local businesses – and this year two new categories have been added to the mix. Our design for 2010 proved such a hit, we have been asked to re-fresh it with new and exciting colours for 2011’s Awards. So far we have developed the application pack & form, sponsorship pack and promotional postcard – and there’s still more to come.
We enjoy working with LBA on this prestigious event – sadly it means we can’t enter the Awards ourselves though! However, if you would like to apply the deadline is 19th November.
To find out more visit www.bizawards.co.uk or call 0845 130 2866.