Category: Design

Is your website user-friendly? Tips for a great user experience

Published August 30, 2016

Your website is often the first encounter a prospect will have with your brand. Here are some tips to give them a great first impression and solid understanding of the quality of work that they can expect from you and your team. Why is a user-friendly website so important? Imagine that your website is like […]

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Champions of Print Production: Our RAR Awards win

Published April 29, 2016

We’re delighted to announce we’ve won the 2016 RAR Award for Print Production! When it comes to finding the right partner agency for marketing, communications, and advertising, more than 5,000 client companies rely on RAR: the Recommended Agency Register database. RAR also gives out annual awards – unlike other industry awards, the RAR Awards are […]

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How to make sure your impact reports deliver

Published January 18, 2016

Are you giving your impact reports enough value? If you’re an organisation in the not for profit sector, impact reports can be powerful tools to engage your stakeholders. Here’s what to bear in mind and how to make the most of them! What are impact reports? Impact reports are overview documents – usually published annually […]

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The 2015 Christmas ad and campaign review – part 2

Published December 11, 2015

Have you seen this year’s Christmas ads? Building on what we wrote last week, here are some more of the year’s biggest seasonal campaigns. Vodafone: Terry the Turkey #TerryTheTurkey Agency: Grey London And that’s why you shouldn’t name your Christmas turkey! Though somewhat predictable, the story is pretty adorable. From a design perspective, we loved the […]

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The 2015 Christmas ad and campaign review – part 1

Published December 4, 2015

Are you in the festive spirit yet? Here’s the first part of our review of 2015’s biggest Christmas ads:   John Lewis: Man on the Moon #ManOnTheMoon Agency: adam&eveDBB It’s probably the most hotly anticipated Christmas ad each year – and definitely the measuring rod. But if you can’t beat them, why not spoof them? Humour site The Poke […]

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Should you make your mobile-friendly website ‘mobile’ or ‘responsive’?

Published November 13, 2015

Earlier this year, we wrote about how important it is to have a mobile-friendly website given Google’s search algorithm change. Here we go into more depth as to whether it’s better to have a ‘mobile’ version of your website (which is different from being mobile friendly!) or to use ‘responsive’ design. Most internet users in […]

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Get your business ready for Christmas with our B2B corporate communications Christmas calendar

Published October 21, 2015

There’s a lot marketing managers need to do to get ready for the festive season. To help, here are some tips for planning your B2B corporate communications Christmas calendar. Two weeks ago, we gave an overview of why the Christmas season is a great opportunity to engage staff internally. However, it’s also an important time to say thank […]

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Boost your internal comms and employee engagement this Christmas season

Published October 9, 2015

Don’t just wish your clients and customers a merry Christmas – here are our tips for how you can engage your employees over the festive season. Regardless of what line of business you’re in, it’s never too early to start planning for Christmas. The holiday season affects virtually every company in the UK: retailers (and […]

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5 reasons why you should make the most of infographics

Published September 17, 2015

1.4 trillion emails are sent around the world every week, five million tweets are posted every day, 293,000 Facebook status updates are posted every minute, and Google processes over 40,000 search queries every second – it’s no wonder many of us are suffering from information overload! But how do you stand out from the crowd and get […]

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Digital first isn’t the same as digital only – why print marketing still matters

Published September 2, 2015

At Something Big, we’ve fully embraced the digital marketing revolution: email, social media, content, online sales materials, microsites, developing apps and online games – we’ve done it all. But while we’re definitely keeping the innovation coming we also firmly believe in the impact of more tangible assets, especially direct mail and other print marketing products. People in […]

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