The objective: Refresh the brand. Develop a complete suite of marketing tools and guidelines, then support the business in rolling out the message to design partners and 23 UK regional offices.
A new brand, targeting a new audience required a little bit of Bigkid know-how to bring their singular vision and in-store experience to life.
A unique social media awareness campaign highlighting the effects of Hypoglycaemia reaching over 5 Million people across the EU
Molecular Products manufacture leading edge technologies sustain human life, often in the most challenging of environments. They invited Bigkid to help them present their unique contribution to the world in a more relevant, engaging and cohesive way.
Rock UK provide outdoor adventures, inspiring confidence and independence for all with a christian ethos at its core. They needed a little bit of Bigkid knowhow to bring their brand and online presence into peak performance to be proud of.
Tasked with trying to inform and engage passing trade with more relevant products and offers in order to increase footfall and conversion at Travelexs on-airport stores.
Working with the NHS and independent healthcare providers, iPP specialises in medical testing. Keen to ensure that a relatively dry, technical subject would come across in a dynamic, engaging way, iPP asked Bigkid to create an exciting online presence for them.
With an existing site that was ill considered (with no navigation) we had our work cut out for us!
Top Brass are a talented team of craftsmen, seamlessly blending traditional and modern manufacturing methods together to create bespoke furniture and unique front-of-house interior solutions.
In store and in control. Through engaging digital animation and a bespoke CMS, we supported Flight Centre in launching their new digital flagship stores in London, then across the rest of UK.
One of the UK’s leading social and private housing developers, Catalyst Housing needed us to create a brand identity that had one foot in the past but looked towards the future.
"Help us to engage with our residents" asked Southwark council, stewards to 250,000 Londoners – half of whom are from an ethnic minority.
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