UNCOVER THE CREATIVE AND DIGITAL POSSIBILITIES FOR YOUR BUSINESS
IN THE WINE, BEER & SPIRITS SECTOR
By helping you realise your creative vision, we will design and develop your ideas and deliver a powerful interactive experience that will provide customers with an extension of your brand that they can share with others.
We will develop an exciting, relevant and engaging marketing strategy to ensure that your target audience is aware of your creative development.
We will enhance your brand aesthetic by designing a consistent portfolio of content within your brand guidelines including web, app and print design.
We will develop engaging content to meet your needs, whether that be a website, app or game that will set you apart from your competitors.
We have an award-winning creative director that can produce animations and illustrations to promote your brand to an international audience.
OUR WORK IN YOUR SECTOR
“Whisky has never looked so good!”
– Burn Stewart –
– BURN STEWART DISTILLERS –
Burn Stewart Whisky Distillers needed an app which could be used by their sales staff when meeting customers remotely. They wanted to reduce their use of paper marketing, while also creating a user-friendly and engaging experience, which inspired customers to buy. They also wanted the app to simplify the contact process, whilst also being secure for staff to log in and use.
– BELHAVEN BLACK –
Belhaven wanted a website to promote the launch of their latest product – Belhaven Black. The design needed to be bold and distinctive, just like the product! They needed the website to maximise customer engagement using the latest technology and improve overall data capture. The client also wanted to include the use of a regulatory page to ensure site visitors were of the legal drinking age, additional information on the product, tasting notes and Belhaven’s heritage in brewing.
– ARDBEG CORREYVRECKAN –
Our creative director, Selina Wagner, was commissioned by Greenroom films to make a short film to promote Ardbeg whisky. The whole production was split into 3 chapters and took a hectic 7 weeks. The film won not only ‘The Best Use of Illustration / Animation Award’ but also the ‘Chairman Award’ in the Scottish Advertising Awards 2008.