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Tatler Restaurant Guide 2015 Homepage

Tatler Restaurant Guide

From the world’s oldest magazine, the Tatler Restaurant Guide has been the bible for discovering London’s culinary delights for well over a decade.

We created an engaging and easy to use iPhone application that delivers a natural extension of the much-loved Restaurant Guide in a more functional mobile digital format, whilst maintaining the identity and look-and-feel of the print edition.

A simple, elegant iPhone application that transfers the experience of the printed publication seamlessly to the mobile environment, and offers smart functionality as well as utility. The 201 1 Tatler Restaurant Guide App was App Of The Week and iTunes Staff Pick.

Each year the app is updated with the new reviews, a new design and incremental new functionality.

Click here to download the Tatler Restaurant Guide 2015 app

Gwyneth Paltrow founder of goop

Goop

Goop is a luxury lifestyle brand, driven by Hollywood A-Lister, Gwyneth Paltrow. Hundreds of thousands of devotees subscribe to a weekly newsletter which shares healthy recipes, exercise tips and insider knowledge to the best in culture, fashion and travel around the world.

To create a natural extension of the brand, repositioning it from a “free” product into a premium paid service. The solution would need to deliver an enhanced brand experience and the utility to justify the fees in the eyes of the customer, and propose a sustainable commercial model for the brand.

We created a series of beautiful Apps for iPhone and iPad; developing brand and customer service proposition whilst building real brand equity converting large populations of the existing subscriber base from free subscribers to paying customers.

The first app to launch is the goop City Guides app showcasing a fabulous choice of places to wine and dine, shop till you drop, play with the kids and of course pamper yourself. The guides currently feature New York, London, Los Angeles and Paris.

Download the app here

Parkview Green Beijing Anniversary Gala

Parkview Green Beijing Anniversary Gala

Parkview Green Beijing is the “jewel in the crown” of Hong Kong Parkview International, erstwhile owners of Battersea Power Station, London. Parkview Green is the leading mixed-use and greenest luxury development in Beijing, awarded LEED Platinum status.

We created the campaign for the 1st Year Anniversary Gala held in the building in Fang Cao Di. The evening was ‘imagined by Cirque de Soleil’ with a special bespoke performance followed by award-winning UK DJs Krafty Kuts and A-Skillz.

Our work included the anniversary campaign concept and all communications materials – print and digital invites, posters, billboards, advertising and a digital microsite counting down the days.

Visit the Parkview Green Beijing website

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Hip Hotels

HIP Hotels. Highly Individual Places that make travel memorable. HIP Hotels is the original (and still best) collection of luxury boutique hotels all over the world.

We created a natural extension of the brand, taking the luxury guides from static print media into mobile digital channels; retaining the brand’s strong visual identity but creating a genuinely enhanced user experience, whilst building new revenue streams.

A series of beautiful apps for iPhone and iPad. The Apps develop both the brand and customer service proposition, building brand equity across new brand and consumer touch points. Enhanced functionality gives the brand opportunities for new revenue streams and the platform to launch new products and services.

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Live Auctioneers

Live Auctioneers is the leading online auction platform, bringing an international audience of millions to the heart of the bidding action in art, antiques, jewellery and collectibles auctions across the globe.

We were asked to re-design the entire platform including the multi-feature back-end system for both bidders and auctioneers.

We started with a refresh of the brand identity, bringing a contemporary and colourful look to the business and its various components.

The website design was led by the need to facilitate rapid, visual access to both individual lots and auction catalogues. By contrast, the back-end platform focused on the wide-ranging functionality especially the commercial operations and rich data aspects.