A new website that can be modified and updated as the company expands and a promotional video to be launched at 25th Anniversary Party.
Keith Bishop Associates asked us to create a new website that reflected its continuing growth and expertise in the PR world. They were keen to show the variety and depth of all their services across the sectors they represent, the site also allows them to grow into other areas in the future.
We were also asked to create a promotional video that encapsulated the energy and extent of KBA’s colourful first 25 years in business. To convey every element of media that the PR agency works in from magazine coverage, press, campaigns, celebratory endorsement, collaborations, corporate, product launches, radio, digital and strategy – all done with a sense of fun and energy that helps define the KBA brand.
As the brand agency for the client, the process was a seamless one. Having designed their marketing collateral the website was a natural extension of their look and feel, helping to knit their brand together across all platforms.
We collated a wide mix of material from their team and started to lace together a fast moving colourful animation that helps tell the story of who KBA are and where they’re going. We worked in some strong typography which works really well against the backdrop of the varied imagery they supplied. As we were working on the project we were also sourcing a fast paced piece of music that would sync with the imagery and typography.
The launch of their new website coincided with their 25th anniversary party at Café de Paris in London. The response from the client has been very positive as they now have a site that they are proud of and able to upload their stories and news as and when it happens.
The video was viewed on multiple screens throughout the 25th anniversary party and was a resounding success. The client was very pleased with the results and it’s helped them promote their portfolio to a wider audience.
We continue to work with KBA on all aspects of their design requirements for both digital and print.