Thought Collective

Thought Collective

 

Farmview Dairies

Client

Farmview Dairies

Outline

'Builders and Students'; this was this target market for Farmview's brand-less diluted orange drink.

The combination of a down-to-earth name with super hero imagery delivered a 300% increase in sales. This success led to further capital investment for an additional line to produce a second flavour. A third flavour is waiting for a release date.

For builders and students everywhere, happiness comes in a bottle.

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Belfast Bible College

Client

Belfast Bible College

Outline

For a number of years the college had been aware that its prospectus and marketing material were not as effective as they should be for a modern education provider.

In collaboration with the college we set about rationalising the written content, assessing how best to refine and control the flow of information online and in print.

Commissioned photography, by Susie Rea, brilliantly captured the dynamic of the college, which in conjunction with a strong typographic structure created a backbone for the brands visual framework.

Applied to print literature, online prospectus, advertising, exhibition material, and office collateral, the communication strategy has positioned the college to deal with the next three to five years of growth with ease.

And we also got to inject new life into an established logo along the way.

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Hall Black Douglas

Client

Hall Black Douglas

Outline

Logo and stationery design for award winning architects.

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McMurray's Butcher

Client

McMurray's Butcher

Outline

Branding and store display

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MartinSmith

Client

MartinSmith

Outline

MartinSmith approached us to help reposition the company and reflect their status as master cabinet makers.

Beautiful photography, by Gary Parrott, in conjunction with careful art direction created images which captured the quality and atmosphere of the company's work.

A balance of crafted copywriting and delicate typography complete the package.

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Rend Collective Experiment

Client

Rend Collective Experiment

Outline

Website design and development for Rend Collective Experiment.

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Hackett Hall McKnight

Client

Hackett Hall McKnight

Outline

Considered refinement of a classic modernist typeface was the perfect logo solution for one of the UK's most celebrated young architectural practices.

Our approach to the typographic design reflected the practice's ethos and the logotype development has become part of the company's presentation; as an explanation of the attention to detail which defines their work.

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I Give To

Client

I Give To

Outline

An insurance company with a social conscience? It's true.

Instead of pocketing 100% of the agents commission, I Give To share their fee with participating charities.

We created a logo, webpage and marketing leaflet to help convey this distribution of wealth.

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S Clarke & Son

Client

S Clarke & Son

Outline

As the first funeral director to stream live services online for distant relatives, S Clarke & Son made quite an impact on the world media.

We were asked to redesign the company's website; an initial approach which expanded into a complete rebrand, web development and product advertising.

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Small Steps

Client

Small Steps

Outline

"You want to use Odor Eaters for what...?"

After he stopped laughing, the director for Combe International sent us 50 meters of Oder Eater material. It worked a treat.

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Church of Ireland

Client

Church of Ireland

Outline

Logo, t-shirt and stationery for the Diocese of Down and Dromore

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Pelican Exchange

Client

Pelican Exchange

Outline

Pelican Exchange is a social networking application and platform for spread betting traders built in partnership with London based design agency Sparks.

The system interfaces with a number of online trading platforms to give traders a central hub for their trades and statistics, as well as other traders in their network. It facilitates the sharing of trade information, alerts on latest trades and recommendations, as well as graphically mapping trade histories.

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Route 66

Client

Route 66

Outline

The simple ideas are always the best.

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Autumn Soul

Client

Autumn Soul

Outline

Festival programmes, hoodies, and posters; sounds like a dream job? It was.

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Sport First Aid

Client

Sport First Aid

Outline

The visual strength of court and pitch markings are a powerful background. The perfect surface on which to present information from a sports first aid training provider.

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Dare

Client

Dare

Outline

A collection of poetry urging resistance to the call of the sofa!

The hand-drawn type and flicker illustration were inspired by vintage posters for acrobatic cabaret and circus performers.

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Groundwork

Client

Groundwork

Outline

For over a decade we have collaborated with Groundwork in producing a vast array of resource material for the environmental sector.

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Brandmarks

Client

Brandmarks

Outline

A selection of brand marks we have created for various clients

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Royal Ulster Academy

Client

Royal Ulster Academy

Outline

Part two of a set of publications for the RUA which showcase selected work from the annual exhibition.

The exhibition spent its second year away from the Ulster Museum at the Northern Bank in Donegall Street. And again the venue provided the design direction for the catalogue.

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Chrysalis

Client

Chrysalis

Outline

There are times when graphic wit is required to help us see past cliched terminology and engage with truth. This was one of those times.

The central theme of transformation was depicted in a series of illustrations which bring a challenging but light-hearted and humorous feel to an important book for our generation.

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