As part of a £3.4m Heritage Lottery funded regeneration project, the Heritage Triangle asked us to create a responsive website that publicised the traditional town of Diss, in Norfolk. The website includes archive information on the history of Diss throughout the centuries, it’s most famous people and the origin of some of its iconic buildings.
A present day interactive map helps to promote the wide variety of shops and services available in Diss today, whilst the events and news pages advertise local attractions.
Values and Ethics are central to everything the Cooperative Bank stands for, and their customer-led Ethical Policy, defines what this means for the Bank.
The Ducks were asked to help communicate this to employees and to help colleagues understand the importance of the Ethical Policy, and how it helps differentiate the company from competition.
Fuzzy Duck created bold memorable graphics for a series of employee engagement sessions including an interactive walkthrough, that will reinforce the key messages. These graphics flowed through to the printed packs for the session delegates, and helped to lock the core values into their everyday work practices.
Joanne McCormack is an established ‘fat’ advocate and nutritional specialist who wanted a website and blog to promote her lifestyle and healthy way of living. The responsive website contains recipes, a weekly meal planner and lots of reading material references to help persuade people to ditch the starches and eat more of the right fat.
Over recent years we’ve been privileged to build a relationship with Manchester’s only producing dance company, to help them raise their profile at home, to the levels of recognition they receive worldwide. Working closely with the marketing team at Company Chameleon and company founders Anthony Missen and Kevin Edward Turner, we have built a new brand for the company, creating a logo, brand guidelines, new website, films, newsletter template and digital banners, to help them connect with new and existing audiences online.
We continue to support Company Chameleon, finding ways to recreate the passion and emotion of their dance with digital technology, animation and film.
Qbase are data specialists that excel in solving difficult problems for non-profit organisations, government departments and healthcare companies. Their annual Charity Industry Forum, Tribes, aims to solve the problem of how charities can raise money in a crowded sector and build awareness of their of the organisations as innovators.
The event is developed specifically to assist charities in gaining a better understanding of their markets whilst also providing a platform for leaders in charity fundraising to come together and discuss best practice.
As part of United Utilities’ programme to link West Cumbria via a major new pipeline from Thirlmere Waters, Fuzzy Duck developed a website and film campaign to engage with stakeholders and the local public; outlining the benefits and explaining the impacts the seven year project has on the community and the environment.
The film campaign focuses on the work United Utilities has throughout its history in Cumbria. From the groundbreaking achievement of reservoir and aqueduct construction in the Victorian era to the future aqueduct being built from Thirlmere Reservoir to West Cumbria, the campaign aims to show customers how tirelessly United Utilities works to keep water supply, clean and constant.
The site was designed and built in an editable format, so the team could adapt and evolve the content as the programme developed.
Getting you active…
Get Yourself Active is a partnership led by Disability Rights UK, funded by Sport England and delivered by Leicester Centre for Integrated Living and Cheshire Centre for Independent Living. They aim to work with the health & social care and sports sectors, to develop better opportunities for disabled people to get active.
We created an interactive website and video campaign for the launch of ‘Get Yourself Active’. To cater for the different key audiences that will use the site, the website utilises sign-posting to guide the user to the information they require. By prompting the user to click on designated links, they can access content across a single non-linear webpage, rather than having to navigate a series of webpages; confusing and potentially dis-orientating the user.
As part of our dedication to make the website work for all users the website went through 3 rigorous rounds of user tests, over a two-month period before going live.