Regularly, our Copenhagen and Barcelona developers share screens to crack an obstinate problem, our London lead creative gets a second opinion from Barcelona, or a client brief received in Copenhagen benefits from similar projects completed succesfully by London colleagues.
We think this interconnectivity directly transfers value to our clients, as they look for unique advantages, investigate new markets, and hope to diversify while remaining true to their core values. Who better to deliver the communication for such challenges, than a company of dedicated designers, marketeers and developers based in Barcelona, Copenhagen and London, and collaborating across Europe?
We are professionals well versed in both local habits and global trends, and in all modesty, we think we’re really good at what we do. Being all over the place, but right on target.
Founders & Partners
Founder & Creative Director
“There are exciting challenges for brands in how they continue to nurture their uniqueness while inviting more transparency and audience participation. Brands must all the time search wider and deeper to deliver us the value and novelty we dream of.”
Founder & Key Account
“Though geeky enough to get excited about new technology, applying it is for us never the end goal. Understanding trends in communication and being able to join the right technology with the right creative concept gives a solution wings.”
Creative Partner, London
Stuart knows how to create and shape ID, product design, packaging and long lasting ideas, mainly for FMCG. Though looking like a member of the Beach Boys or B-gees Stu is a no nonsence, straight to the point creative from the London agency scene.
Creative Partner, London
Santeri is a true branding master because he finds the right balance between pragmatism, creativity and artistry. He is able to switch effortlessly between an objective focused approach and an open creative one.
Five points to consider...
Focusing on relevance
Attention is in short supply. Audiences pick and choose, flip and switch, keep their coats on. For their loyalty, they expect inspiration, inclusion, assistance. And as they leave, they take with them only what is instantly relevant to them.
What gives good promotion its stop-up effect? What elevates some brands above the rest? An ability to inspire? We think inspiration is a resource that can be unlocked from within any business. And that it is essential that you channel it into your communication. Because inspired communication is much harder for anyone to ignore.
Trust and loyalty depends, in part, on consistency. If your packaging, advertising, websites, uniforms, etc, seem disconnected, who is to say that your products, services and ethics don’t fluctuate in the same way. Inversely, when we trust a company to uphold high standards, we more readily buy into its new products and even forgive occasional mishaps.
Making it work
Intuitive web navigation, colour-coded products and services, informative packaging, inventive yet logical product naming, creative yet practical visual identity, etc. In all design and communication, functionality is important as it allows strategy to be implemented.
Engaging & investigating
As always in communication, spending-power guarantees neither originality nor popularity. Now more than ever, it takes engagement, insight and a dose of curiosity to deliver solutions that stand out.