Design Culture delivered this bright, fresh and dynamic website in response to E-ACT’s brief for a site that would engage all it’s stakeholders, including students, parents and staff of the academies it runs as well as Governors and government partners.
Built in the WordPress CMS the site can be full maintained and edited by the client.
Showcasing the Trust’s work to date, the report is designed to be used as an advocacy and information tool for stakeholders, funders and other key partners. Strong images, pull quotes and a vibrant feel throughout, in keeping with the Trust’s website.
Profiling the group’s specialist residential care homes individually as well as showcasing what makes Carebase’s model of care and approach so unique. The site has been designed and built to allow full flexibility for fast updates and responsive content management in-house.
NHS Flu Fighter
Flu Fighter aims to raise awareness and encourage staff to vaccinate themselves and their family against the Flu virus. The campaign identity was rolled out across a wide range of materials from posters, banners, a magazine and newsletter, to mugs and tshirts.
BT and The Transformation Trust
Digital Champions campaign site
This campaign aims to have 10,000 students signed up as BT Digital Champions by Christmas, sharing their knowledge of the internet and getting more people online across the UK. Look out for the full campaign launch later in the year…
Awards for Young Musicians
We are pleased to be working with and supporting Awards for Young Musicians, a great charity giving opportunities to disadvantaged children. We recently designed an identity for their new campaign Ambition 1000 which aims to raise funding for the charity in order to facilitate them supporting 1000 young musicians. Giving talent a chance.
Workplace Giving UK
Workplace Giving UK website
We designed, built, and now maintain the Workplace Giving UK website. A large site with bespoke functionality to allow employees to donate to their favourite charity through their payroll. We have also developed a mobile specific version of the donor form.
The site profiles the great charities Workplace Giving UK work with and has so far resulted in thousands of pounds being donated online.
The Transformation Trust
The Butterfly Effect
Backstage at Rock Assembly 2011 at the O2 – keeping everyone (from Chipmunk to Diversity) entertained with The Trust’s Butterfly Effect, a promotional round up of project successes and achievements.
Heritage Lottery Fund
Designed as an advocacy tool, the handout aims to raise awareness among stakeholders and opinion-formers of HLF funding for museums, galleries and archives in Scotland.
Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) is a notoriously small world. Incredibly specialist, and continually developing, the arena has been missing a platform for professionals and those with experience of an ABI to share information, opinions and news. A mix of think pieces, reporting and human interest stories, the Cortext hopes to build a specialist following, encouraging key members of the ABI arena to engage and drive content – making the magazine their own. A key part of the strategy for the publication has been to take it digital.
Save The Children
Workplace Giving donor form
The online form is designed to make giving to the charity directly from your pay as easy as possible. On brand and integrated smoothly with the user experience of the main Save The Children site, the form itself is hosted by Workplace Giving UK, the charity’s provider.
Design Culture is a print and digital design agency. We create fresh, integrated brand strategies and deliver solutions that inspire, excite and connect. We’ve been helping businesses tell their story since 2006. We love what we do – and we believe it adds real value to the things you do.
I would have no hesitation in recommending Design Culture, in fact I already have.Linda McBride Commercial Manager
16 May, 2013Staying ahead of the game
For care home providers, it’s rarely been more important to have a clear and defined marketing strategy in place – and one that is looking ahead to the future, ready …
27 February, 2013London 2012: Have we inspired a generation?
We recently designed this inviting senior leaders across culture, sports, education and government to a debate chaired by the Legacy Trust.