Recently at Creative Concern...
Forever Strawberry Field
Working with the Salvation Army, we’ve just completed a new website for the world famous Strawberry Field site in Liverpool. Launched to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the release of the Beatles' hit Strawberry Fields Forever, the website showcases the ground-breaking new vision for the site and explains its historical significance to John Lennon and to the city of Liverpool. The bold vision includes a new visitor experience and training hub for young people with learning disabilities. Our team worked across the design, web development and content creation. You can find out more on the website
Shared Health Foundation
Shared Health Foundation is working with partners to tackle health inequalities across Greater Manchester by shining a light on examples of good practice with a view to supporting them. One of the programmes is around a new model of primary care called Focused Care. The programme has been found to be so effective that it is now being backed by Greater Manchester Health and Social Care partnership (GMHSC) and the Oglesby Charitable Trust and being rolled out to more practices in Greater Manchester. Creative Concern is carrying out media relations around this programme and has secured coverage in The Guardian, BBC North West Tonight and trade titles such as Pulse. Find out more here
Animated adventure in the Lakes
Our latest animated film for Lakes Culture showcases the diversity of the visitor experience in a visually dynamic and entertaining way. Produced to run on social media and online, the film takes viewers on a visual journey through the words 'Lakes Culture' to demonstrate the amazing visitor offer and the connection between culture and the landscape. The film is currently being promoted across Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and you can view on the website.
Celebrating comic art across the world
Our brief for the new Lakes International Comic Art Festival website was to promote the amazing comic talent the festival attracts and to encourage ticket bookings. The new site includes visual profiles of the many international guest and integrates seamlessly with an external ticketing system. The site builds a strong online brand for the festival that makes the most of the fantastic artwork. Don’t miss the festival – it takes place in Kendal from 13-15 October 2017.
Manchester Metropolitan University's latest sustainability report
We worked with the university’s Environmental Team to communicate its environmental sustainability progress and performance in an effective and engaging way.This was a complex report with a range of data to visualise. Sticking to a simple colour palette we used a mix of graphs, illustrations and photography to set out the information highlighting successes and areas for improvement.
Manchester Met is an award-winning university for sustainability, ensuring everything it does has reference to conserving future environments.
March sees Liverpool host the third annual Regeneration and Exhibiton Conference. Our CEO, Steve Connor, is talking at the conference and will be discussing the challenge of creating brands people engage with and how this informs their sense of place. The conference is free to attend and runs from 22 - 23 March at St George's Hall.