A good idea can stick around for a long time, but 500 years is a bit much. That’s how long a plastic bag can take to disintegrate, causing a vesting amount of environmental harm along the way.
We’ve put our bags of creativity to better use for International Plastic bag Free Day, with our reusable and eco-friendly tote bags.
Perfect for next year’s marketing plans, today’s lunch, tomorrow’s to-do list or yesterday’s sweaty gym socks! It’s what’s on the outside that counts.
Our experience within the veterinary sector is ever growing, as we put the final touches on our Vaccine Amnesty Campaign for the McMurtry and Harding and Overdale veterinary group.
Adapting our very own brand to suit a tactical campaign style, we’re reaching over 40,000 letterboxes throughout Derbyshire in June and July… protecting pets throughout the region.
m360 kick started the festival season with No Tomorrow. Since winning the No Tomorrow website design and build project through a competitive pitch process with DHP Family earlier this year, we’ve seen lots of site traffic which culminated in an amazing event last weekend. DHP Family transformed the breathtaking Elizabethan mansion and grounds of Wollaton Park in the heart of Nottingham City into something never seen before. We had an amazing time and we’re already talking to our client about No Tomorrow 2016.
Go to notomorrowfestival.co.uk to have a look at what you missed… and our beautiful website.
A new virtual open day for York St John University is now live! We’ve been hard at work creating the unique mobile-friendly marketing platform that encapsulates the essence the city and University to prospective students.
The creative route takes form of a virtual pop-up book with photographic style and interactive animations to tell the story of York St John University. The site invites visitors to immerse themselves in all of the life and culture of York St John without having to leave the comfort their sofa.
We’ve been busy optimising our website! If you’re viewing on a mobile device you’ll notice it’s now easier than ever to view and navigate through our website.
And it’s not only benefiting people as they browse the pages of our site, it’s also helping them to find us on Google when they search from a mobile device. That’s because as of 21 April Google implemented new ways for ranking search results, specifically for mobile usage. Prior to the changes, having a site that looked good on a mobile didn’t affect search engine rankings. However, from Tuesday 21 April, Google searches from your mobile device favours sites that are optimised for mobile – in other words websites that have a Responsive Web Design or Mobile version. This means websites that haven’t been made optimised for mobile may be pushed further down the rankings in mobile search.
By making your website responsive, you will not only help future-proof your website but will also give it a better chance of ranking higher than your competitors, many of which may have not yet considered mobile friendly websites. If your site hasn’t been optimised for mobile, feel free to get in touch with us on email@example.com and we can talk to you about how it can be transformed.
We’re delighted to have been shortlisted as finalists for the Drum’s Design Awards 2015. We have received recognition for our #FestiveSelfies promotion that we sent out to our clients before Christmas which encouraged people to take a selfie using our specially designed cards, and in return we donated money to a charity of their choice. All of the selfies made it onto our bespoke campaign web page, which gave us a smile!
Fingers crossed we’ll go on to win the award later this month!
When a client asks us to organise and art direct a photoshoot featuring a load of really cute dogs, we don’t need asking twice! And that’s exactly what happened when Whimzees instructed us to create bespoke imagery that would be used across their integrated advertising campaigns during the next twelve months. We had the very tough job of shortlisting and selecting the cutest dogs to become the faces of Whimzees. We then had a two-day photoshoot which captured how much the dogs loved the tasty, all-natural chews. Whoever said “don’t work with animals” doesn’t know what they were talking about – all of the dogs were a dream! Check out some of the highlights with this behind the scenes video. Thanks to all the amazing dogs and Page One Photography.
m360 were appointed by the DHP Family to design and build a new website for the No Tomorrow festival taking place in June this year.
2015 will be No Tomorrow’s second festival. And after the huge success of the 2014 event, it was felt that it needed an online stage that it could be proud of. We started by profiling the typical festival goers and identified the ways that they would interact with the site. The result was a responsive site that worked really well on mobiles as well as having great design across the desktop version. And of course loads of ways to share content!
We’re delighted to be launching www.firemizer.com – a brand new website for our global client, Firemizer. The launch of the site signifies an exciting time for the brand as it looks to grow rapidly throughout 2015, offering customers the chance to purchase products all over the world via the multi-lingual, e-commerce website. The site also features responsive web design so it’s great to use on a desktop or mobile device. The UK version of the site is now live and taking orders, with a US and numerous European versions on the way in the next few weeks.
The end of 2014 saw the completion and launch of LSE’s Virtual Open Day website. Designed and built by m360 to engage with potential students and particularly those unable to attend live open days on site. This type of engagement is increasingly important for LSE, with their growing overseas market.
You can walk around their hall and chat to staff and students about applications, accommodation or careers – all from the comfort of your laptop or phone! Join in at lse.ac.uk/virtualopenday