It has been another jam-packed year for Ready and we’ve had loads of fantastic campaigns to get our teeth into. This blog post rounds up the team’s favourite campaigns and looks back over our first full year as Ready!
Jake – Director
I’m really happy to be working on the Soap & Glory Christmas Microsite for the second year in a row. It is entertaining, innovative and Soap & Glory are fun to work with. It also represents the progression and growth in our relationship with both Soap & Glory and Boots.
Shane – Director
The redesign of the BMJ creative suite was one of my favourites, it was a big project with lots of planning and I’m proud of how we helped the client to complete on time and within budget. And the feedback we received was phenomenal.
Ryan – Designer
The Bauer #MySelftember was awesome because we helped the client push boundaries and it was great to get to work on the Facebook video ads.
Dave – New Business Director
The BMJ project was also my favourite as it was my first major new business win and I was really excited to see it go from that first meeting into a huge campaign that had a big effect on their business.
Jamie – Lead Developer
The Quidco Summer Games were my favourite because they worked so well! These big Quidco games are always forward thinking and creative, and this campaign gave everyone a chance on Team Digital to play to their strengths.
Robin – Senior Designer
The Run Rabbit Run campaign for Quidco was great. Creating the graphics style for the game was a fun challenge, and I enjoyed the collaboration between Team Digital and our design team.
Eleanor – Agency Assistant
I enjoyed working on the TIME Magazine campaign as it was a fantastic copywriting project to get stuck into at the start of the year, and it was exciting to work on the subscription campaign for such an iconic publication.
Lloyd – Front-end Developer
The Great British Pair Off was a good one as it generated huge increases in site traffic and the Quidco campaigns always bring Team Digital a fresh challenge to get our teeth stuck into.