It’s time to look back on the month of May and all the projects that we completed in the ReadyDaily division. This is where we provide additional support to our clients beyond creating all their great campaigns.
Bring back the bees site
Each year Burt’s Bees runs a campaign to help protect honey bees through planting wildflowers.
This our second year helping them with the campaign and this year we’ve been closely involved across multiple channels. We’ve already discussed our PR material and packaging design but this month we’ve worked on a microsite.
The Bring Back the Bees campaign site is part of the main website and easily accessible there. It showcases information about the cause and how customers can get involved.
Having worked with them before, we know Burt’s Bees and their brand really well. This meant we were able to complete this project quickly and effectively. With only a week to design and complete the site it was a short turn around, but luckily, we already had a previous suite of assets to draw from.
Real Group prospectus
Real Group are a dedicated group of individuals who work to transform lives thorough education. Lead by three educational psychologists, they create training material for teachers working with children who have special educational needs.
We’ve redesigned a brochure for them that informs educators and schools of the resources and training available from Real Group.
We’ve been working with the Real Group since last year and continue to support all their design needs with our ReadyDaily division.
Soap & Glory site
Soap & Glory have partnered with popular Youtuber Patricia Bright. She showcased 4 of their products in a makeup video and now Soap & Glory want to make it as easy as possible for fans of the video to shop her look.
To help with this we created a landing page featuring an extract from Patricia’s video and info about each of the Soap & Glory products.
There was a really quick turn-over on the project but we rolled out the digital hub for them easily.