Oyster Studios designed and produced 4 pop-up exhibition displays for Moog Industrial Group in a matter of days
A huge thank you to our fabulous client Rebecca at Moog Industrial Group for the teatime treats we received today to thank us for our work. At Oyster we’re passionate about graphic design and it’s particularly lovely when our work is appreciated.
If, like Rebecca, you need 4 pop-up exhibition displays designing and producing in a very short timescale, or you are in need of some new brochures, a hard-hitting advertising campaign, a new website/better SEO, an exhibition stand, or anything else creative, check out our work here and call us today on 01582 761212.
(Get in touch quickly and there may even be a piece of cake in it for you!)
Enquiries double after Oyster Studios launches new website for BBI Detection
BBI Detection, a client that specialises in developing technologies to identify biological threats, explosives and narcotics, recently approached us to help improve their presence online via website design and search engine optimisation (SEO).
We responded to the brief by creating an eye-catching new website for them (www.bbidetection.com), adopting a clean uncluttered style, striking imagery and user-friendly navigation, and then carried out a full SEO exercise to ensure the site featured prominently in online search results.
We’ve been busy helping our friends at Revell get ready for Toy Fair. The biggest toy and games show on Earth, it’s also a great opportunity to spend some much needed R&R time in beautiful Nuremberg.
Our pack design for a premium plastic model kit gift set celebrates 60 years of the modern German airforce and will be sure to turn heads at the show. At the same time a brand new range of easy to build toys for younger children, based on characters from the upcoming Disney Cars 3 blockbuster should make a big splash too.
Here’s a quick idea to bring a festive touch to your direct mail.
Here at Oyster we spent a fun afternoon putting together these glittering ‘magic mailers’ to wish our clients a very happy Christmas. A business card with sparkly thread tucked neatly into a Christmassy tube of glitter, all presented in a sleek white box. Easy to do and high on impact but the long queue behind me at the post office wasn’t too happy when I pulled 40 of them out at the till – each one needing hand stamping!
Merry Christmas to all our friends and colleagues!
A busy week for Oyster as two of our clients; Mitsubishi Electric and ATE Solutions attended shows at the NEC this Week.
Following the success of ATE’s attendance at last year’s event we were pleased to see that once again their stand shone out amongst the competition. In addition to the stand design and production Oyster worked with ATE to promote their appearance at the show, including a pre-show email and LinkedIn campaign in the run up to the event. We’re pleased to hear they were visited by some exciting new prospects and look forward to supporting their marketing activities in future.
Meanwhile Mitsubishi Electric featured a ‘Wonder Wall’ of products on their stand in the Drives & Controls show next door. They reported a busy show too and next up for them is SPS IPC Drives in Germany. We wish them continued success!
Oyster Studios – argues that manufacturing and engineering firms are lagging behind in embracing the benefits of marketing and design.
Although you might not naturally think of Twitter as a platform for providing customer service it is fast becoming one of the most popular ways for customers to direct their complaints for a quick response and to give praise when they have had a good experience. According to Social Bakers, more than 80% of customer service requests on social media are happening on Twitter.
When faced with the challenge of showcasing a huge industrial processing plant with numerous sections and very specific technical details there are various hurdles to negotiate. First, something of this nature is almost impossible to photograph, even professionally, simply due to its sheer size. Match this with the problem of maintaining technical accuracy and at the same time producing something visually appealing and the hurdles only get higher. To meet this challenge, Oyster have recently created a number of fantastic 3D models of some of our client’s products which can be used across a wide range of channels, from company literature and web to display graphics and advertising.
Oyster Studios are proud to announce our new partnership with Mitsubishi Electric Automation Systems, supporting them in developing an ever-stronger marketing presence and building awareness of their first-class customer service.
Iain Humphrey, creative director at Oyster Studios said; “We are really excited to be working with such a prestigious company as Mitsubishi Electric. It’s a pleasure to promote a company that has such a strong reputation for innovation and quality, we look forward to helping them spread the message”.
Garry Lewis, marketing manager at Mitsubishi Electric said “we are looking forward to working with the team from Oyster Studios, who I am sure will work hard to help us achieve our objectives.”
For more information on our clients and projects see our portfolio here.
Here at Oyster we really aim to give our customers the best possible service so that their projects result in the most positive return for their business. Therefore, we thought that this week’s blog should address the issue of including creative in pitches and tenders or ‘free pitching’.
It’s an age-old argument that client-side marketing managers and agency designers are often completely divided upon but does it actually benefit the client if you include creative concepts at the initial pitching stage?
When talking to clients we are often told that they value receiving creative at the pitching stage so they know what the agency is capable of and that their ideas are aligned with the client’s expectations. Also, there are often budget limitations that necessitate demanding free work.
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