Brand Impact award


The high flyers of the design and branding world turned out last night for the Brand Impact Awards at the Great Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden. Having had their 'Wealth Horizon' branding project shortlisted in the Financial Services category, 3Sixty and Mytton Williams were delighted to be 'Highly Commended' in their category. Jon Waring from 3Sixty and Bob Mytton from Mytton Williams were invited up on stage to receive their trophy - a particularly lovely piece of metalwork which weighed us down on the train journey back to the South West!  Congratulations to all involved and our thanks to @ComputerArts for hosting an event which showcased some of the best of what the industry has to offer.
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Delivering consistent communications


For many patients, their local GP is their main point of contact with the NHS and it is the GPs’ clinical expertise and patient insight that helps the NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) to ensure health services are the best they can be. But GPs are not doing this alone. CCGs work with a team of health care professionals and patient representatives to plan and deliver services.



An invigorating rebrand


Half Moon Bay is an award winning independent wholesaler of licensed gifts, representing many of the world’s best entertainment brands. Having expanded their product range by purchasing Opal London, a leading supplier of spa and bathroom giftware, Half Moon Bay were looking to re-launch with new packaging and promote it to a range of retailers.



What’s your point exactly?


Each day we're likely to see 3,500 branded messages. In one 45-minute journey, the average London commuter is said to be exposed to more than 130 adverts, featuring more than 80 different products or services. Everyone is vying for our attention.



An insight into creative spaces


How does the place you work in drive your creativity? Often when we talk about design, it is more often about the work. What goes unsaid is the importance of a studio space that inspires. The same passion that drives ideas can also lead to some interestingly individual creative spaces, and vice versa.

Bristol & Bath by Design and the West of England Design Forum hosted I design here: An evening of insight celebrating design studios in the region at new Bristol venue Openspace.



Graphis poster annual award


We’ve just found out that Bob’s series of JazzTypes posters has won a silver Graphis Poster award and will appear in the 2016 Poster Annual. Graphis, The International Journal of Visual Communication, selectively chose what they feel to be the best talent of the time, showcasing the work of graphic designers, illustrators and fine artists, so we are over the moon! 


A different way of looking


Thrings needed a way of communicating how they work and what makes them different. They wanted something smart, unusual and memorable to leave with clients. We helped them concentrate on the ‘how’ rather than the ‘what’. Read more


You talking to me?


When did you last go out and take a look at your customers? Not just make assumptions or check the stats, but actually observe them or speak with them about who they are and what they want? Understanding customers and what they want has become more complicated. Customers are more critical because they are faced with more choice. So how do we start to cut through this complexity? 



Cover story


PM magazine, first published in 1993, is produced monthly by the PM Forum for everyone involved in the fast-developing field of professional services marketing and aims to provide insights and inspiration. We helped them reinvigorate the magazine by reviewing the inside layout and creating a series of thought-provoking, contemporary and innovative covers.



In touch and independent


here&there is a discreet monitoring system that helps you to keep an eye on your relative, without making them feel patronised, keeping you safe in the knowledge that if something out of the ordinary happens you will be alerted. We created the brand to launch and help drive the new business forward, highlighting the benefits it would bring to families through increased confidence, yet enabling them to keep their independence.