Posts Tagged ‘copywriting’

Our work: Son Of Steak

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

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Things have been going great over at Son Of Steak, the brand new restaurant (and our fantastic client) in Nottingham’s Trinity Square.

We’ve been working on Son of Steak’s social media from the start, having set up their Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter channels back in March. Now the restaurant’s open and we have no secrets to keep, we thought we’d show a quick glimpse of some of our favourite pieces of content.

Over all the channels, we’ve created a social persona and tone of voice that gets across the passionate yet no-nonsense character of Son Of Steak, with short, to-the-point messaging, gorgeous assets, fun animations, and a good helping of attitude. For the whole picture, like Son Of Steak on Facebook, and follow on Twitter and Instagram.

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New client: MOR Sausages

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

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MOR Sausages have just hit Tesco’s shelves – and as the digital, social and PR agency for the new brand, we’ve been a huge part of the launch.

We’ve been working with MOR since the beginning of the year, having been appointed to design their website, create and manage their social media channels, and lead their PR campaigns.

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For the website we created a simple yet artisanal feel, which is complemented by our foodie-inspired copy. Illustrations by artist Clover Robin, alongside our own photography, bring the brand to life and emphasise MOR’s passionate, yet accessible, food-loving personality. We also animated some of Clover’s illustrations in-house to create engaging web and social media content.

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Aside from web, we’ve launched MOR on Facebook and Instagram and will be managing their content and communities going forward. Over in PR our launch campaign has already seen excellent results, with a huge amount of sample requests and national coverage.

Follow MOR on social to stay up to date. Be warned; it will make you hungry.

Our work: My Healthy Kitchen website and social

Friday, February 3rd, 2017

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If you read our recent blog about My Healthy Kitchen, one of our newest clients, you’ll know that we’ve spent the last month or so working on the brand’s website and social media.

Well, My Healthy Kitchen (myhk) has just launched – which means our site and social channels are now online.

We’ve designed the website to be simple yet aspirational; it’s filled with gorgeous food photography of the brand’s fresh, tasty meals, and the navigation allows users to explore products and learn all about myhk with ease. The tone of voice is foodie with a fun edge, reflecting how the product makes healthy international cuisine quick, accessible, and enjoyable.

Screen Shot 2017-02-03 at 09.40.53Those screen grabs are just a flavour of our work; go ahead and delve in. We’ve also just launched the brand’s Twitter and Facebook, so like and follow to see what’s next for My Healthy Kitchen.

New client: My Healthy Kitchen

Monday, January 16th, 2017

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We might only have been back in the studio for a few weeks, but we’ve already leapt straight into a huge pile of projects – and we’ve started working with some new clients.

Strictly speaking, we actually began working with My Healthy Kitchen, a new, better-for-you ready meal brand, right at the end of 2016. Offering meals that are made delicious and nutritious with the ingredients they put in, rather than what they take away, My Healthy Kitchen brings tastier, healthier, and more exciting possibilities to the ready meal category.

We’ve designed, built and written copy for the brand’s website and will be managing and creating content for their social media channels, all of which will be launching next month. Look out for our work on Twitter and Facebook in February!

Our work: Fox’s New York Bakehouse

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

Our latest work with Fox’s Biscuits has finally hit the shelves: their brand new range, New York Bakehouse. 

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