The Chingford Parish
We were approached by the Chingford Parish to create a new logo, website and video for their two local Churches. Our first task was to learn the ethos of the church and what it stood for.
It was clear from the outset that there was a welcoming and encompassing nature that we had to get across in all that we were doing.
Moo Creative are pleased to announce a partnership with Brain Cancer research charity ‘In Sue’s name’.
As part of our commitment in supporting their mission to raise funds for clinical research into this terrible illness, we have produced a new brand identity which we hope will help raise the profile of the charity over the coming years.
Five year anniversary
This week we celebrate our five year anniversary. To mark this landmark we have put together a collage of some of the logos that we have produced over the years. We hope you like it and we look forward to the next five years and beyond!
Spotlight on Event graphics
One of the things we do frequently at Moo Creative is to produce marketing collateral for events. Our latest venture in this field was for ICHCA International who are ‘the voice of global cargo handling’.
Evolution not revolution
Most business owners have an emotional attachment to their logo. After all it’s at the forefront of their organisation and is the first point of recognition for customers and clients. The thought of change can be a daunting prospect so it’s avoided, but this is often at the detriment of the business.
Charity Link Recruitment Campaign
Our latest project shows how video can really make a website. Charity Link are in the business of delivering long term, high quality, committed donors to the charity sector through passionate, professional and ethical fundraising. Recruiting the right people is an essential part of what they do so what better way to find those people than through an engaging video with a complimenting microsite?
Creative and Media budgeting
Have you ever spent money on an advertising or marketing campaign and wondered why you didn’t get a better return on your investment? Assuming you wasn’t trying to sell ice to the Eskimos, there could have been a number of good reasons why it failed. Poor creative execution and/or the wrong media channel(s) are the most likely explanations.
Importance of good creative brief
It may sound like a very obvious thing to say but the more you (the client) put into a creative brief, the better the outcome from the us (the designers) will be.