Over the last few months, the ellodave team have been working with Staffordshire Police on a number of safety campaigns, creating assets for both digital and print platforms.
The first campaign we assisted with targeted students taking part in Freshers’ Week at the start of the new university term back in September. Staffordshire Police wanted campaign graphics designing for use on social media as well as poster marketing. The graphics – designed to advise students on how to safe during the Freshers’ Week festivities – were also to be displayed on screens situated around the university campuses.
Next up was #cybersafestaffs, a cyber safety Christmas campaign, targeted at raising parents’ awareness of what their children are sharing online and how they can protect and monitor their activity by changing the settings of tablets and devices. Based on the concept “Christmas is for sharing, but what are they sharing online?”, the campaign collateral included banners directing the general public to 60 second police demonstrations of how to change device settings, advice leaflets for parents to take home and social media graphics to promote the campaign online.
With extensive experience of designing for print and digital marketing campaigns, the ellodave team can nurture your ideas into fully formed concepts and bring them to life with striking visuals and engaging copy. Get in touch to discuss your next project, we’d love to hear from you!