One Housing Group asked 400 to design the bid document for their tender to deliver the affordable housing for Kings Cross Central, one of the most significant development and regeneration projects in Europe.
Briefed by Royal Mail to create impactful event graphics for their reception at the Universal Postal Union Congress in Geneva, we proposed a theme that reflected a set of stamps launched to celebrate the centenary of Ian Fleming's birth.
When part of the world's most comprehensive collection of Great Britain and Commonwealth postage stamps was to be put on public display at The Stamp Show, Royal Mail turned to 400 to design a distinctive, secure, gallery-like space that reflected the rarity and value of the exhibits.
To coincide with the release of new postage stamps, Royal Mail hosts press launches to introduce and provide a background to each issue.
Experienced project management consultancy pdcm needed a new identity and brand style that reflected their service offering and market position, and that would help build awareness of the firm amongst a client base who were more familiar with the specific individuals they worked with.
The UK's leading provider of vocational qualifications, the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), came to us to redevelop their brand-style to more accurately reflect their offering, reinforce their position as market leader and allow them to communicate clearly and more consistently with a variety of audiences across multiple touch-points.
YellowJacket, an industry-leading health and safety performance software, needed an impactful brand identity that would stand out from the competition and appeal to a construction industry audience.
Following the rebranding of Hardwicke, we were asked to reinforce the chambers' new identity with a portfolio of photography for use throughout their communication materials.
As part of our ongoing brand development work for RBB Economics, a world leading consultancy specialising in competition economics, we were briefed to produce new recruitment literature that would attract the very best people to the firm.