Evolving the brand & showcasing the collection.
Generating user content through social media.
Building heritage and contemporary living in East London.
Raising funds to re-shape the campus.
Putting a proptech start-up on the map through social media.
Creating a brand and a national campaign.
Raising perceptions of technical education.
Creating a new responsive brand look and feel.
A creative solution to a brand architecture challenge.
A national campaign to promote technical education.
Refreshing and repositioning a brand for future growth.
Increasing international engagement through virtual events.
Revitalising online presence and reducing management time.
Rolling out a brand identity across a full suite of fundraising materials.
The Society of Decorative Art Collections is an Arts Council England recognised subject specialist network, that has been created to share, promote and encourage the study and education of decorative arts across the UK. Big Frank was appointed, and worked closely with SODAC, to establish its values, positioning and a look and feel that would accurately convey the brand to anyone with a special interest in the curation, conservation, care,
urbanest is London’s leading student accommodation provider with eight properties in central London’s Zone 1 and two more in development. For Academic Year 2021/22, it was felt that a new approach was needed for their suite of marketing collateral. Big Frank set to work creating a fresh look and feel that both reinforced urbanest’s brand position as London’s specialist PBSA provider, but that also built upon the unique personalities of
Accordance VAT is a pan-European finance company based in Brighton and Amsterdam. They had a vision of transforming their brand and online presence with a website that broke the mould. A site that would stand out in the world of cross-border taxation. It had to engage. It had to be different. Accordance wanted a new website that reflected their unique pan-European, people first proposition as well as their new brand
As one of London’s leading independent schools for girls, Francis Holland School, Sloane Square is committed to widening access to the school and supporting social mobility by doubling the number of transformational bursaries awarded over the next 5 years. To help them achieve this ambitious target, the FHS Development team approached Big Frank with a clear brief to create a major campaign to inspire both personal and corporate donors, bursary