If you had asked us this time last year, our answer would have been not a lot. Well, everyday is a school day as they say and now, having worked very closely with the Bushey Hall Winchmaster (BHW) Group over the last 12 months, we consider ourselves bona-fide experts on the subject of winches. It’s this kind of schooling that underlines how we at Freestone approach each and every client website project.
Freestone’s graphic design and web design skills have benefited many small and charitable organisations over the years and we do like to help out in our community wherever we can. So when we were contacted by the Lead of Project Based Learning (PBL) at Bridge Academy South (BAS) to assist in their latest web based project we were more than happy to lend them our expertise.
Our role involved mentoring a group of students tasked with creating a web site designed to raise funds for the WWF. The project entitled Endangered Species was created by the school to increase awareness of the plight of animals across the planet. From lions and giraffes to bees Continue reading →
We experienced the first sub-zero temperatures here in Milton Keynes earlier this week which was a bit of an unfortunate reminder that ‘Winter is coming’. Warm jackets were brought out from the back of the wardrobe, the heating was cranked up a few degrees and salads have been well and truly replaced with warming soups and hot, pastry based items.
Rather than dwell on the dark days ahead I thought I’d share some memories and images from earlier on this year which might help stave off any inflictions of seasonal affective disorder, or SAD as it is so aptly abbreviated! Continue reading →
Earlier on this year Freestone were asked to support one of our regular clients in helping them to bring an idea to life for an internal engagement piece. As part of a worldwide campaign to change staff mindsets and recognition that happy colleagues make for happy customers, this particular piece involved the design and production of a recognition toolkit. Given to managers, it would contain visual prompts, reminders and details around how colleagues could be recognised for their efforts.
Following some initial meetings with the stakeholders to understand more about the project, the box was to contain a number of different touch points (all designed to highlight one of two key messages); Continue reading →
What with winning so many awards of late for the quality of their vehicles, ŠKODA have plenty to shout about. And like any good organisation they want their staff to know that they couldn’t have done it without them.
With over 10,000 employees based in and around the UK, this is no mean feat for any internal comms manager. So how do you communicate so much good news to so many? And who do you trust to represent a brand as well liked and respected as ŠKODA?