C27 media case studies
We have delivered over 30 websites and directory projects for Local Mind Associations (LMAs) over the last ten years. Working closely with this leading mental health organisation has enabled us to design and develop a range of cost-effective website and directory template products.
We know the Mind branding inside out and strive to develop high quality websites at a very cost effective price.
Our off-the-shelf mental health directory (the Support Directory) has proven to be particularly successful in attracting funding from local PCTs. Notable websites include Mind in Croydon; which was twice short-listed for a national E-commerce Award.
Some LMA website and directory examples:
Rochdale Mind - Ystradgynlais Mind - Kensington & Chelsea Mind - Worthing & Arun Mind - Milton Keynes Mind - Great Yarmouth & Waveny Mind - Islington Mind - Mind in Camden - Mind in Harrow - Mind in Croydon
We worked in collaboration with AgeUK Croydon to develop an online directory to deliver advice and information to older residents of the borough. This directory is now available off-the-shelf to all AgeUK, Age Concern and Independent Charities throughout the UK, and features task automation for optimising resources in-house.
A second phase is planned for 2011 where with AgeUK Croydon we are developing a Contact Management solution that will integrate seamlessly with the Directory and work independently.
The directory is currently being trialled in South London as the Age London Directory, if successful it is planned to roll out across London. Those participating include:
AgeUK Croydon, Age Concern Sutton, Age Concern Richmond and Age Concern Wandsworth.
Acclaimed jeweller, Kyle McIntosh, commissioned a complete branding and visual design package to promote his contemporary jewellery collections. Central to the visual brand are striking images, shot in the UK and US, reflecting the unique character of Kyle's jewellery design style.
The branding was applied across a range of professional print and web materials including: business stationery, catalogues, website and exhibition materials. Kyle McIntosh's jewellery is available via his own Brighton-based outlet, Baroque, as well as select stockists throughout the UK.