HPi Verification Services and CE proof have now merged. They looked to One Hat to create a visual look that reflect both company brands.
Who are HPiCE they are a Notified Body, which means we may issue certificates, on behalf of the EU Commission, for products that need a CE mark in order to access the European market.
To earn this status, we operate to a code of conduct and quality system that is reviewed by the British & Irish Governments, on behalf of the EU Commission. We are accredited by the UK Accreditation Service, UKAS and the Irish National Accreditation Board, INAB.
Ernst & Young
Banners, Animations to Exhibition Invitations
Ernst & Young is a multinational professional services firm headquartered in London, England, United Kingdom. EY is one of the largest professional services firms in the world and is one of the “Big Four” accounting firms.
We were asked by an EY consultant to create graphics for conferences in the UK. This included electronic invitations, promotional animations and exhibition display designs.
These all followed and adhered to the brand style.
The Pears Building is a new research centre for immunology and will open in London in two years – 70-metre-long, colourful, graphic hoardings have been installed around the building site to teach the community about the possibilities and benefits of cell research.
It is a collaborative project, funded by a mix of public and private sources, including the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, the Royal Free Charity and University College London (UCL), charity the Pears Foundation, and local residents and organisations.
The centre, officially called the UCL Institute of Immunity and Transplantation, will focus on humans’ immune systems, and look to develop new treatments for conditions such as leukaemia and diabetes.
The research will focus on individuals’ genomes, in a bid to develop bespoke treatments for people, rather than generic treatments given to everyone with a particular disease. Scientists in the centre will work alongside clinicians in the neighbouring hospitals.
Great tips when preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from ico.org
You should make sure that decision makers and key people in your organisation are aware that the law is changing to the GDPR. They need to appreciate the impact this is likely to have.
Information you hold
You should document what personal data you hold, where it came from and who you share it with. You may need to organise an information audit. Read more
This might seem like an obvious question until you dive deeper. For one thing, the primary user of your product or service isn’t always the person doing the research on the purchase. You might be selling engine components to a car manufacturer and assume you’re trying to reach design engineers, for instance, but that might not be the case. The design engineer will certainly set the specifications, but he or she might then look to a purchasing manager to research products that fit that criteria.
A design engineer may not care about cost or delivery, while a purchasing manager is primarily concerned with finding the best value and ensuring stability in the supply chain. That purchasing manager is also likely to be influenced by other decision-makers.
Taking the time to research your buyer personas’ by interviewing current customers, ideal prospects and even a few prospects who didn’t buy can help you to clarify who is most often visiting your website and what they need.
How we built a clear brand proposition for a highly expert pensions consultancy
Isinglass are a small team of leading professionals in their field who provide consultancy services to companies large and small about all aspects of their pension programmes. Needless to say, they have decades of combined experience and knowledge.
So when they recently approached us to create a new look and feel for their brand that would position them as, ‘a clearer corporate pensions consultancy’, we instinctively knew the right route would be more creative than is typical in their industry.
Most importantly, it would have to simultaneously reflect their expertise while making them come across as very approachable. This is a particularly tricky task given that emphasising one can detract from the other or, worse still, we could end up with something that does neither job effectively.
After much thought, we settled on the campaign route of, ‘Bringing The Outside In’. This acknowledges that while being based outside of the City they offer a depth and breadth of expertise that is truly exceptional.
The client liked it and we set about creating a raft of new materials including a website, original photography based on the concept and templates for proposal documents and emailers.
The result is a fresh, modern take on branding in an industry that is often associated with staid images.