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The first taxi company to become carbon-neutral, Radio Taxis wanted a campaign to advertise the fact. I coined the campaign line ‘Environmentally driven’. A set of taxi wraps were designed, the yellow logo turned green and tip seat advertising was installed as shown.
In the movie ‘Life On The Road’, David Brent resorts to paying people to go for a drink with him. In real life, Rickie Gervais’s production company paid me to invite cast and crew for drinks at a private screening. I devised this html email and tracked responses, with follow-up emails to those who did not respond.
Lovestruck Interiors is a small business that sells unique products for the home. They market their wares via their e-commerce website. I revamped the website recently and I regularly assist them with the many technical issues that every e-commerce store owner faces – GDPR, email marketing, SEO, Google Analytics… the list is long.
Pulse Outdoor Media is a company that specialises in advertising within hospitals. If you’ve been to a hospital recently you are bound to have seen ads and leaflet dispensers for products such as Pampers, Vitabiotics, Wellkid, Macmillan Nurses and many more. It’s powerful, effective niche marketing. I designed a new website for Pulse that shows off their portfolio of product advertising.
Worldwide Energy and Logistics Ltd (WELL) specialises in the safe transport of very large items around the world, with special expertise gained in the petrochemicals industry. If you need that oil platform moved a thousand miles, WELL can take care of it.
They approached me via my web design company Togethernet to design a new website and to revamp their brand identity. They subsequently asked me to develop a sub-brand for sister company Well Supply Chain Ltd.
The new designs are still under wraps, so watch this space!
If your business needs a bit of inspiration, I’d love to help. I’ve won a whole bunch awards for creative development when working at major creative agencies, but as I am not a big agency with lots of overheads I promise to save you from the big agency price tag.
The Internet is in constant flux and websites, email accounts and related systems can be a source of frustration and woe. If you find yourself in that position, I can probably apply some magic to get things back to normal.