With so much going on in and around the Engine Creative studio it’s sometimes easy to let the online updates fall by the wayside. With that in mind, it’s time for a very quick update and a promise of more to come in terms of blog posts, tweets and project updates.
Let’s start with the great news that we are now working with The University of Northampton on a number of communications projects following a successful tender process. We are currently creating wide ranging advertising campaigns comprising of everything from press advertising to Spotify ads and hope to pull together a case study of the work later in the year.
Engine Creative has also created a bumper load of online marketing for Viking Direct (part of Office Depot) over the past few months and we’ve also found a new friend in Adconion, an independent global audience and content network, and are developing internal and external communications for them as part of our ongoing support for their marketing department.
In addition to new business wins, we’re still looking after our good friends in the music industry with album artwork and marketing collateral for Ministry of Sound and Universal Music TV. Work in this area includes TV commercials and an appearance in Creative Review for our album artwork and illustration for renowned record label Renaissance.
All of this new work means the need for new people and we’re pleased to welcome Japh as our new developer and Rob as Senior 3D Guru. With a job title that grand you’d expect some pretty impressive 3D skills and Rob has already helped us to deliver solutions for our clients that require his rare talent in the 3rd dimension.
We’ve still had time to undertake some serious R&D as part of our ongoing commitment to offering the very best that technology has to offer our clients and the creative industry. Whether it’s developing the aforementioned 3D armoury or experimenting with new video techniques (or a combination of the two), there’s always something on the boil in the Engine Room.
Speaking of which, the digital team have been out and about at the Future of Web Design conference in London and Hannah has been building a growing following as part of the team behind the ExplicitWeb podcasts. They’ve also been able to squeeze in Engine Creative’s very own homage to the World Cup, a project that we’re on the cusp of launching very, very soon.