CharityComms were still mostly relying on traditional print formats for their publications, whether they were being printed or not.
ActionAid International needed a new website. The brand needed modernising. Their content needed to be better.
Greenpeace UK needed a clear, useful guide to how to communicate through their content. We made them an online content style guide.
We needed to shape the Fundraising Regulator user experience and new website so that people can find what they’re looking for quickly and intuitively.
We needed to equip people with the tools and materials to engage in a campaign about baby milk formula.
We needed to help distill the learning from an 18-month project into something that would live on and help others.
We needed to kickstart debate and conversations about the future of the charity sector, without a lanyard in sight.
We needed to explain how Pack works and to get people to sign up. Clarity was vital, and we needed to hit exactly the right note.
We needed to make the event as awesome online as it was in the real world.
We needed to widen the audience for ODI’s project by providing a more accessible route into the research.
We needed to influence a debate in parliament and protect aid spending.
Digital communications, ODI
Director of membership and communications, Bond