RCH Marine Renewables is a straight-forward, innovative, people-focused company founded by Russ Henman and Chris Hassall. Together they’ve nurtured The Wave Tap from raw idea to real life-changer and approached the team at Creative Edge to put together the branding for this unique product.
The Wave Tap takes the power of seawater to create fresh, safe drinking water and change lives. It's a fantastic concept and one Creative edge were keen to be involved with. Just one Wave Tap can provide 7000 litres of drinking water each day. That’s enough to support a community of 70 to 150 people. The Wave Tap empowers communities, giving them the chance to build their own fresh water supply, and turning the resources they have into the resources they desperately need.
Leo Stockley, Senior Designer on The Wave Tap branding said 'By the very nature of the product the approach needed to be people focused. From the colour palette Creative Edge devised to the icons and inhouse illustrations that were combined with reportage style photography the aim was to position The Wave Tap with the right balance of humanity and technical know-how'.
'It's been a rewarding project to be involved with and one I've thoroughly enjoyed', said Leo. Chris Hassall director at The Wave Tap summed up Creative Edge's involvement, 'People loved the branding and got 'it' very quickly as they found it a refreshingly different approach for a technology company'.
The new Superfast Cornwall campaign is rolling out across the county both on and off line.
Featuring a very Cornish rocket and local landmarks the campaign's aim is to drive people to the Line Checker on the website. Look out for the bold bus backs and bright billboards.
With 65% of the county now able to connect and more areas coming online all the time Superfast Cornwall is keen to increase take-up. Leo Stockley, Senior Designer on the Superfast campaign said,'We were keen to keep the messaging really simple. The important thing was to connect with locals in the areas coming on line and let them know of these great opportunity.'
Creative Edge are delighted to have launched a new website for Threemilestone Primary School.
The new website is fully responsive with a comprehensive content management system. The site features a bulletin Board, School Calendar and News page. Parents and children are able to see dates for upcoming events, catch up on news, review the curriculum, whether on a smart phone, tablet or desktop browser. View website >
Creative Edge worked with Lydon Marketing to create a distinctive brand ahead of their recent launch. A responsive holding page further enhances the brand whilst a full website is under way.We wish Lydon Marketing every success with the new venture and look forward to future collaborations. View site at: www.lydonmarketing.co.uk
As a worldwide Olympic Partner, local Paralympic sponsor and Sustainability Partner of London 2012, GE was the exclusive provider of a wide range of innovative products and services that were integral to staging the successful Olympic and Paralympic Games.
To celebrate their involvement GE asked Creative Edge to produce a brochure, along with a folder and CDs to be used by atheletes during the Games when attending the Polyclinic – a medical facility located in the Athletes’ Village that provided clinical services to hundreds of competitors.
The Neighbourhood Plan is a community plan to manage development in the next twenty years to maintain a balance of economy, environment and social needs. Truro City and Kenwyn Parish joined together to work on the plan and asked Creative Edge to produce a leaflet which would provide the opportunity to gather public opinion. We went on to disguise a Scout trailer into a display for a day in Truro gathering more opinion and highlighting the opportunity to have your say in how Truro and Kenwyn Parish are developed. The event sparked a lot of interest from a diverse range of the community.
Continuing their work with Cornwall Isles of Scilly LEP (CIOSLEP) Creative Edge has refreshed the home page of their website. The updated design highlights important content within the site on the homepage and allows the CIOSLEP to make changes throughout with the Content Management System. Quick visible access to the CIOSLEP strategy being a top priority.
The responsive layout also adapts the site depending on your viewing platform, allowing the site to be easily explored on smart phones, tablets or desktop computers.
Creative Edge has been working with The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to launch its economic strategy via a webcast.
The launch took place on the 28 June via a live webcast with LEP Chairman Chris Pomfret. There was also a short film featuring a number of successful businesses from Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly that reflect the key points of the strategy and was followed by an hour long webchat with Chris and fellow LEP board member Simon Tregoning, who is chairman of Helston based Classic Cottages.
The economic strategy has involved input from hundreds of local businesses and sets the future direction for economic growth in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly for the next eight years.
The webcast can be viewed online at www.cornwallandislesofscillylep.com/webcast.
Continuing to develop the refreshed brand for St Michael's Hotel and Spa, Creative Edge are delighted with the new look Spa brochure. An increased page size now brings it inline with other brochures and the content has been re-structured and lightened.
St Michaels continues to grow it's brand with air time on the ITV This Morning show and the purchase of the Old County Hall site in Truro, which will be developed into a 40-bedroom hotel and spa, creating about 100 jobs and bringing a landmark spa to Truro.