If you want everyone to see what you mean, show them a picture. Whether you need an infographic, a beautiful pitch deck, a graphic novel, or a rich picture of organisational change, our team help our clients to bring their big ideas to life through illustration.
Our visuals for University of Edinburgh's STREAMLINE project energised their interview process.
Frontier, a non-profit conservation organisation dedicated to safeguarding biodiversity, are seeking to regenerate the world’s fast-depleting mangrove forests and raise awareness of their importance to marine habitats. They asked for our help in illustrating the issue to their supporters.
We can well imagine that on joining a huge firm like Deloitte, graduate recruits might benefit from a little navigational assistance. So, our long-standing clients asked us to produce a visual representation of their graduate pathway – the journey that the new September intake embark upon every year.
National Grid connects consumers across the country to energy sources through its gas and energy networks. Always looking for new ways to improve client-facing areas, they asked us to help them visualise a front office of the future: one that offered a more flexible and efficient customer experience.
Saul Klein has had a truly inspiring career as a leading light on the European tech scene, as an entrepreneur, a VC and a mentor. As a founding exec at Skype, and Lovefilm (later acquired by Amazon), he has a wealth of hard-earned wisdom to share on the subject of building superstar start-ups.
Up until about 40,000 years ago - when modern humans showed up and spoilt all the fun - giant straight-tusked elephants dominated the ecosystem of Europe. But, at Rewilding Britain, they believe we can be wild again.
The University of Leeds commercial services team was keen to communicate that they always put student interests ahead of those of their shareholders.
In 2040, this green and pleasant land, and others all over Europe, could be transformed by new approaches to land use. Researchers from the University of Edinburgh’s VOLANTE project are dedicated to exploring the options and determining the best approach.
Our client, Populous, were responsible for three of the World Cup venues. Global leaders in the design of sports venues, their strapline, ‘drawing people together,’ would also, coincidentally, work quite neatly for us.
Fishburn Hedges came to us looking for an illustration that would reflect the values that keeps them ahead of the global communications curve… the can-do attitude, the creativity, the networks and the adaptability that allow them to rise to any challenge.