We produce a very wide range of effective and exciting work. Have a look.
Based just outside Lisburn, ABCO is a go-ahead Marine Engineering company that needed a new image to match their ambitions of becoming a bigger player in the UK marketplace. They freely admit that their previous branding always had a homespun, do-it-yourself feel to it. In no way did it convey the high level of expertise and professionalism that shone through in their actual work. That’s where we stepped in.
For those of you familiar with the Balmoral/Finaghy area of south Belfast, you’ll know that Creightons’ stores are legendary. This family-run, small chain of supermarkets and garage have a proud heritage in the area – dating all the way back to 1936. Like all institutions, however, it occasionally needs a revamp in image terms. That’s where we stepped in.
After successfully pitching for the Hilden Brewing Company account, we had the privilege of fully rebranding Ireland’s oldest independent brewer and creating an exciting new range of beer labels. Of course, we also had the duty of sampling their fine products as we worked on the project…
When the London-based Neptune Group began to develop the site of the former Belvoir Park Cancer hospital at Shaw’s Bridge, Belfast, they came to us because of the quality of similar work we had done in this field – not just for beauty of the final product, but also for the level of understanding we have of local sensitivities and the political (with a small ‘p’) issues that can arise with such a high profile site.
Have you noticed how many local breweries there are out there now? It’s a great thing that so many are successfully thriving and finding both niche and mainstream markets for their product. Fermanagh’s Inish Mac Saint micro-brewery is a case in point – a small brewery who didn’t have the big funds for a massive marketing campaign, but who wanted to create a stir nonetheless.
With offices in Bangor and Comber, Pinkertons is a relatively newly established Estate Agency – formed to cut through the red tape associated with the sector and to give customers what they really need; quickly and efficiently. And all done in a very creative style thanks to our design team.
Having changed their name from the Ulster Cancer Foundation to Cancer Focus, the charity then wanted to produce their marketing materials in a manner that reflected this more modern name and outlook…
Readers Park in Ballyclare is part of Northern Ireland's largest and most ambitious residential development scheme. London-based developers Neptune Group commissioned us to create a brand and deliver a communications campaign to market the first phase of the scheme that included the collection of 61 homes at Readers Park.
Clyde Shanks is Northern Ireland’s leading planning consultancy based in Belfast. Prior to the formal launch of the company in 2011, Clyde Shanks approached us to create a corporate identity which included a company logo, stationery, signage and a website.
In the area around the Ards Peninsula, the Strangford Lough & Lecale Partnership (SLP) leads the way in conserving the magnificent local and built heritage for future generations. Their work is inspiring and it led us to develop a unique look and feel for their marketing materials.
Branding a wine merchant isn’t a job you come across every day. So when these guys came to us, we wanted to impress with a brand that in every way matched the quality of their wines and their reputation.
BlueBuild Energy is a locally based renewable energy and insulation specialist who approached us to develop a name, brand and identity for the company. Part of the challenge was to communicate the benefits of their often complicated high-tech products to potential customers in a tone and style that was easily understood.
A bustling Bangor coffee house and bistro, Jumpin Java came to us wanting to breathe life into their existing logo. So we built an engaging brand look and vibe that translated ‘jumpin’ into ‘alive with great taste and bustling with happy customers…’
One of the leading PR companies in Ireland, MCE felt that their original brand no longer reflected their core values or culture. We were asked to rebrand and reposition the agency as a dynamic and creative organisation whilst retaining a strong sense of integrity and professionalism.