It’s always nice to get outside recognition for our work. Here are some of the awards we have received for our creativity, business acumen and the results we have achieved for our clients.
Award highlights include:
Multiple awards for the design and production of business reports which disclose financial, environmental, social or full sustainability information.
Association of Graduate Recruiters Awards
Association of Graduate Recruiters Awards won: Best Website, Best Literature, Best Integrated Marketing Campaign. To recognise and reward graduate recruiters for creative and innovative campaigns that attract the best graduate talent to their organisations. They are designed to highlight best practice in terms of graduate recruitment and to ensure standards within the industry remain high.
Business Excellence Awards
Sarah-Jane, has won the title of ‘Businesswoman of the Year’ and ‘Business person of the year’ three times.
Chartered Institute of Public Relations Pride Awards
Best Business PR Campaign. Judges commented that it was “A creative and engaging campaign that successfully delivered against objectives set. A wide range of disciplines were implemented to maximise the media opportunities available”. Plus awards for best work in ‘Integrated PR’, ‘Community PR’ and ‘Public Sector PR’.
DBA Design Effectiveness Awards
Awards won: 3 for Brand Identity, 1 for Point of Sale
The only award scheme that uses commercial data as a key judging criterion. Our winning case studies demonstrated that successful projects require the integration of the design brief with business aims and objectives from the outset. This sets the stage for a transparent and accountable relationship between client and designer that provides the best creative and commercial environment for success.
SAGE Business awards
A website designed and developed on behalf of a leading tour operator won the ‘Best Website’ award. Daily Telegraph readers voted for the site for being eye-catching, easy to navigate and imaginative in its design.
At this initial stage we establish your needs and gain a clear understanding of the objectives of the project. We then identify the project teams, roles and responsibilities. Which is then followed by us defining the process that you’d like to use to manage the project. Our proposal is submitted to meet your requirements and covers project scope, objectives, budget, deliverables and terms and conditions.
Included in this stage are activities such as conducting research to learn about your audiences and specific markets, analysis of the competitive landscape, understanding key messages and auditing any current marketing material. This stage is about learning as much as possible prior to design to enable us to identify the creative strategy and produce the design brief.
This stage involves exploring different approaches, refining a variety of design directions and presenting our recommended route. We then evaluate this route with you to check that it is fulfilling the project objectives. The approach is then applied to the various deliverables and we define the details prior to moving in to production.
At this stage we produce and manage the production of all the deliverables for the project. We collaborate with the writers, photographers, programmers and printers needed. This is an important stage of the project as it is the last opportunity to make any adjustments to the work. It involves us liaising with you to sign-off the work that is being produced.
We like to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of our work. This can be done both formally and informally to understand if the objectives we set at the outset are being met.