Containment is an independent thriller currently showing in cinemas across the UK, and on digital platforms worldwide. Our role is design & production of the website (responsive of course), its ongoing maintenance, and linking and coordinating all the associated digital channels – Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and Google+. The film is the first feature to be directed by the award-winning Neil West, and is produced by Christine Hartland, Pete Smyth & Casey Herbert. The cast include Lee Ross, the wonderful Louise Brealey (Sherlock's Molly Hooper), and Pippa Nixon. The film has been well-reviewed by the likes of The Guardian, Empire, and Sight and Sound.
Harris Jones are a well established recruitment consultancy celebrating their 21st anniversary in 2014. We were approached to redesign and revitalise the company website, connect it to their social channels and make it much more user friendly.
The site is focused on making the recruitment process as convenient as possible for both candidates and clients. A constantly updated job board features throughout, as well as an easy CV upload and sections devoted to interview technique and preparation. Downloadable documents such as timesheets and P46s make it easy for candidates to access relevant paperwork at any time.
Design Insider is the annual guide to British contract interior design and is jointly published by the British Contract Furnishing Association and the Interior Design Association. Previous editions had been largely extended listings publications. To raise the profile and perception of the BCFA as an organisation, we reconceived this as an upmarket, 108pp interiors magazine with content divided between features on outstanding interior design projects, reviews on manufacturing practices and techniques, interviews with designers, and detailed membership showcases.
We've recently been producing lots of digital flyers for various Sheen Resistance events, and incorporating video and moving image into these to take advantage of Instagram and Facebook's proprietary video capabilities.
The Sheen Resistance events are about old-school, iconic dance music, so we've been combining short music snippets with clips from vintage TV dance shows or images of iconic 70s and 80s personalities, and then layering animated Sheen Resistance branding over the top.
The irony of somewhere as safe as South West London's East Sheen needing a resistance was one of the things that convinced us of the name for this local DJ collective. The Sheen Resistance play a hybrid of classic dance styles for a more grown-up crowd. The branding utilises vintage catalogue and found imagery in a way that includes the audience with a knowing wink, but still looks cool and makes them feel part of something edgier than anything else the area offers.
Promo material uses manifesto-style pronouncements that deliberately clash with the images in a tongue-in-cheek way, and social media posts position classic disco and soul artists in South West London.