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Making concrete sexy for structural repair specialist Balvac

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The design itself is understated. A complementary pairing of fonts and simple colours allow the photographs and stories to engage the reader.

I art directed a photoshoot with Claire Wood Photography who was commissioned to document the artifacts, and a number of technical drawings were recreated in complementary style.

The book text pages printed on Omnia by Fenner Paper, and the litho print and finishing was by Galloways Printers. This paper gave a lovely tactile feel and sat nicely with their history. A gorgeous blind emboss in concrete coloured colorset paper on the outer cover finished the design off.

Creative problem solving for Balfour Beatty

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The design itself is understated. A complementary pairing of fonts and simple colours allow the photographs and stories to engage the reader.

I art directed a photoshoot with Claire Wood Photography who was commissioned to document the artifacts, and a number of technical drawings were recreated in complementary style.

The book text pages printed on Omnia by Fenner Paper, and the litho print and finishing was by Galloways Printers. This paper gave a lovely tactile feel and sat nicely with their history. A gorgeous blind emboss in concrete coloured colorset paper on the outer cover finished the design off.

The results

To date we have delivered over 200 projects for Balfour Beatty, and we continue to work closely with their in-house graphic design team. To find out how we can be a much needed resource overflow for your business, get in touch.

5+
YEARS
200+
PROJECTS
3
DIGITAL PROJECTS
2,000+
HOURS WORKED

Illustrations and story telling for Manchester City Football Club

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The design itself is understated. A complementary pairing of fonts and simple colours allow the photographs and stories to engage the reader.

I art directed a photoshoot with Claire Wood Photography who was commissioned to document the artifacts, and a number of technical drawings were recreated in complementary style.

The book text pages printed on Omnia by Fenner Paper, and the litho print and finishing was by Galloways Printers. This paper gave a lovely tactile feel and sat nicely with their history. A gorgeous blind emboss in concrete coloured colorset paper on the outer cover finished the design off.

The results

114k+
VISITS TO THE LANDING PAGE
19.7k
DIGITAL DOWNLOADS
11
ILLUSTRATIONS PRODUCED

Centre for Ageing Better Impact Report 2019

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The design itself is understated. A complementary pairing of fonts and simple colours allow the photographs and stories to engage the reader.

I art directed a photoshoot with Claire Wood Photography who was commissioned to document the artifacts, and a number of technical drawings were recreated in complementary style.

The book text pages printed on Omnia by Fenner Paper, and the litho print and finishing was by Galloways Printers. This paper gave a lovely tactile feel and sat nicely with their history. A gorgeous blind emboss in concrete coloured colorset paper on the outer cover finished the design off.

The results

The team were extremely happy with the report and they continue to use our services for a growing range of projects.

Printed by Galloways Print in Poynton.

It can also be downloaded in full from their website.

Age Friendly Manchester leaflet and poster for GMCA

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The design itself is understated. A complementary pairing of fonts and simple colours allow the photographs and stories to engage the reader.

I art directed a photoshoot with Claire Wood Photography who was commissioned to document the artifacts, and a number of technical drawings were recreated in complementary style.

The book text pages printed on Omnia by Fenner Paper, and the litho print and finishing was by Galloways Printers. This paper gave a lovely tactile feel and sat nicely with their history. A gorgeous blind emboss in concrete coloured colorset paper on the outer cover finished the design off.

The results

The team were extremely happy with the report and they continue to use our services for a growing range of projects.

Printed by Galloways Print in Poynton.

It can also be downloaded in full from their website.

An infographic to celebrate the achievements of the University of Salford

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The design itself is understated. A complementary pairing of fonts and simple colours allow the photographs and stories to engage the reader.

I art directed a photoshoot with Claire Wood Photography who was commissioned to document the artifacts, and a number of technical drawings were recreated in complementary style.

The book text pages printed on Omnia by Fenner Paper, and the litho print and finishing was by Galloways Printers. This paper gave a lovely tactile feel and sat nicely with their history. A gorgeous blind emboss in concrete coloured colorset paper on the outer cover finished the design off.

Keeping the digitally excluded healthy with the Policy Research Unit

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The design itself is understated. A complementary pairing of fonts and simple colours allow the photographs and stories to engage the reader.

I art directed a photoshoot with Claire Wood Photography who was commissioned to document the artifacts, and a number of technical drawings were recreated in complementary style.

The book text pages printed on Omnia by Fenner Paper, and the litho print and finishing was by Galloways Printers. This paper gave a lovely tactile feel and sat nicely with their history. A gorgeous blind emboss in concrete coloured colorset paper on the outer cover finished the design off.

The results

The team were extremely happy with the report and they continue to use our services for a growing range of projects.

Printed by Galloways Print in Poynton.

It can also be downloaded in full from their website.

Brochure and brand identity design for The Paddock property development

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The design itself is understated. A complementary pairing of fonts and simple colours allow the photographs and stories to engage the reader.

I art directed a photoshoot with Claire Wood Photography who was commissioned to document the artifacts, and a number of technical drawings were recreated in complementary style.

The book text pages printed on Omnia by Fenner Paper, and the litho print and finishing was by Galloways Printers. This paper gave a lovely tactile feel and sat nicely with their history. A gorgeous blind emboss in concrete coloured colorset paper on the outer cover finished the design off.

The results

The team were extremely happy with the report and they continue to use our services for a growing range of projects.

Printed by Galloways Print in Poynton.

It can also be downloaded in full from their website.

Creating the first Tech Inclusion report for the British Interactive Media Association

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The design itself is understated. A complementary pairing of fonts and simple colours allow the photographs and stories to engage the reader.

I art directed a photoshoot with Claire Wood Photography who was commissioned to document the artifacts, and a number of technical drawings were recreated in complementary style.

The book text pages printed on Omnia by Fenner Paper, and the litho print and finishing was by Galloways Printers. This paper gave a lovely tactile feel and sat nicely with their history. A gorgeous blind emboss in concrete coloured colorset paper on the outer cover finished the design off.