Creative ideas that help businesses grow
Our creatives are strategically savvy and our strategists have an eye for design. And at the heart of it all sit our clients. Because they are very much part of our team and our collaborative, creative process.
We don’t want to create soulless “wallpaper” that merely adds to the noise. Our mission is to create work that defines and differentiates our clients. Work that engages and creates impact in whatever market sector we operate. Ideas that generate conversation and build relationships between clients and customers.
We won’t hear us describing ourselves as an ad agency or a digital agency. Ideas have to be relevant and applied across many media platforms because no one channel is the “golden bullet”.
WHAT WE DO
There’s no one way to communicate a brand, product or service. That’s why we start with a number of creative platforms. Different, potential routes based upon collaboration with the client and our understanding of their brief. There’s no set number of initial ideas. We simply explore what’s possible and share our first thoughts with the client.
Once we’ve presented our initial creative platforms and first thoughts we work with the client to sanity test the different approaches. What’s logistically feasible and what will best engage with the consumer. Is the idea on-strategy and will it have the desired impact? We’re generalising, but we usually end up with a couple of creative platforms that are taken forward for development. We start to bring them to life and continually debate with the client and stakeholders whether they are appropriate and meet the objectives of the brief.
Once we’ve arrived at the right creative solution we’re into production. Asset creation, management and delivery. We manage this in-house for local, UK clients. However, for global production requirements, we turn to our de-coupled production partner ICP who provide a truly global solution from their Head Office in London and their satellite offices around the world.
CREATIVE IDEAS AND CONCEPTS CASE STUDIES