— Wunderbar! Nationwide integrated campaign
Jazzbones has developed an extensive range of new projects for long-term client Miele, world leaders in the production of premium domestic appliances. One key assignment was to create an integrated campaign (consumer advertising, trade advertising, in-store POS, online advertising) for the nationwide launch of an exceptional new guarantee. As part of its industry leading commitment to quality, Miele now offers its customers a FREE 10 year warranty on selected washing machines. This really is a game-changing offer, and as such, demanded bold visuals focusing on the key message mirroring the premium nature of the Miele brand.
— Insight - 20 Years
— Jazzbones founder celebrates 20 years in the business.
Nathan Sandhu, founder and head honcho of Jazzbones Creative Ltd, is celebrating twenty years in the design business … how time flies when you’re doing a job you love! Here Nathan reflects on what inspires him and why clients keep coming back to Jazzbones.
— SEQOL Directory
— Care, health and support directory
SEQOL provides a wide range of health and social care services, including occupational therapy, care assessment and employment support for people with physical and learning disabilities. The Swindon Directory of Information, Support & Advice (DISA) website has been created by SEQOL as a free-to-use service which provides information, support and advice. Focusing carefully on SEQOL’s target demographic, Jazzbones has designed a user-friendly content managed website (powered by Reuben) with accessibility in mind with simple icons and graphically clean interface. The online DISA website is fully adaptive and includes a search engine which enables people to locate their local care providers by name or location.
— Anglo Welsh
— Holiday Brochure for 2014
Anglo Welsh is one of the leading canal boat holiday companies in the UK with over 40 years of experience providing high quality waterway breaks. Jazzbones has worked extensively with Anglo Welsh on everything from rebranding to press campaigns to digital marketing, and our latest assignment is to create a 56-page full colour Holiday Brochure for 2014. The client says: “Jazzbones’ ability to listen to our requirements and convey our exact message is a rare commodity in the design world and has enabled us to work very much as a partnership.”
— Jazzbones - Insight
— Putting Swindon on the design map
Swindon is renowned for its railway design heritage but it also boasts some iconic contemporary architecture. Lord Foster’s Spectrum building, used as a location for several scenes in the 1985 Bond movie A View To A Kill, has been awarded Grade II listed status by English Heritage. Originally opened as Renault’s UK distribution centre, the glass-walled building is famous for its yellow steel umbrella masts. English Heritage describe its futuristic design as “one of the finest examples of post-war architecture.” We couldn’t agree more … and it has nothing to do with the fact that Roger Moore’s sidekick in A View To A Kill is one of our all-time heroes, Patrick Macnee, star of classic ‘60s TV series The Avengers.
— Jazzbones - Innovation Spotlight
If you’re not inspired by great design you shouldn’t be in this business. PhoneBloks, a mobile phone made out of assembled components, takes an imaginative approach to eliminating the waste created by technological revolution. Pretty smart!
— SSC Industrial Flooring
— Website design for growing Swindon company
Four years after delivering SSC Industrial Flooring’s maiden website, and as part of our ongoing strategic partnership, Jazzbones has designed the new SSC Industrial Flooring website, creating a more contemporary feel and with updated functionality. A host of updated features include scrolling homepage images, detailed portolios of flooring solutions, case studies by sector, Social media integration, and the innovative ‘Floor Doctor’; a real time Q and A tool which offers specialist advice to SSC’s clients. The site CMS is powered by the innovative Reuben Content management system. Want to know more? Then why not get in touch.
— Chippenham Pit Stop
— Customer Reward Website
Chippenham Pit Stop, M4 Junction 17, launch new Customer Rewards website designed by Jazzbones Creative. The engaging customer reward website informs drivers of the benefits of the Privilege Card and how easy it is for them to get signed up and start saving money in the Pit Stop shop and restaurant. The innovative website that is powered by the Reuben CMS platform, has heaps of great features and useful information about their great offers and services for drivers. See the website for yourself.
Or watch the launch video here:
— Branding Aligra's Driver Training Programme
Aligra is a leading recruitment agency that has worked extensively with Jazzbones in recent years to promote its renowned ‘whatever it takes’ approach to customer service in Recruitment. The company works across many industries but its core speciality is transport and logistics. Having decided to target that particular sector with a new marketing campaign, Aligra commissioned Jazzbones to create bespoke branding for its innovative Driver Training programme.
Themed as ‘The Aligra Way To Drive Your Business’, we created a full-colour brochure with a gloss finish and premium feel, using superb professional photography and featuring a bold visual guide to Aligra’s 6-stage Professional Driving Programme. Other elements of this highly effective campaign include Driver Training webpages and email marketing to existing and potential clients.
— Pension Partnership
— Engaging Employee Comms
Our latest creative collaboration with Smiths News is a branding exercise for the company’s Pensions scheme. According to the government, ‘Automatic enrolment schemes will only be game-changing if employers create sustained communications and engagement in the workplace to encourage employees to save.’ Keen to promote the scheme to its relevant staff, Smiths asked Jazzbones to create attractive visuals for a range of internal communications. The result? Appealing posters, emails and flyers which will do just what the government ordered; encourage Smiths’ employees to stay enrolled.