We were delighted to collaborate with AgilityHQ in working on the branding and comms strategy for the merger of Fundraising Ireland and the ICTR to Charities Institute Ireland. More to come on this project, in the meantime, here is the new branding and introduction video.
by Sweatshop Staff | Wednesday, September 21, 2016 | Content, Video
Sweatshop were briefed by Student Leap Card to showcase the product to third level students online as their “must-have” item for the academic year 2016-17. Our solution was a successful video campaign through Facebook, Instagram and Youtube, working with Irish internet characters Your One Nikita and Owen Colgan.
We've been working with Domini Kemp to produce a suite of videos across brands such as Joe's Coffee, Alchemy, and Itsa stores. Here's the second offering, looking at the the wholefoods and cold pressed juices available in Alchemy, Dublin.
An art project and contemporary fashion house based in Dublin, Ireland, We Are Islanders designs and creates contemporary womenswear fashion and lifestyle products utilising luxury fabrics from Ireland and around the world. Sweatshop worked with WAI, on a trading online voucher from the DECB, to develop their website and e-commerce functionality.
Food waste costs Irish households €700 million every year, and 60% of food that is discarded can be avoided. It is Folláin's belief that food should not be wasted and the environment in which it comes from respected. By sharing ideas and recipes we would like to help you get the most from fresh ingredients and reduce food waste.
A Journey to the Island. Illustration by Rosie Reilly & Harriet Bruce. Animation by Fergal Brennan. Creative Direction: Rosie O'Reilly. Video content as part of for web development for client, Fashion and Art house, We Are Islanders.
Uber's Centre of Excellence was launched in Limerick on January 11th, 2016 and aims to become a major hub of its support organisation across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, driving innovation and service excellence for the community of users in the region.
Sweatshop worked with Green Light Events to document some of the day.
Second Captains is a multi-platform media production company based in Dublin. With their award-winning podcast with The Irish Times and live RTE TV show, Second Captains Live their's is one of the strongest independent media brands in the country. Sweatshop are incredibly pround to announce we have been working with the Captains for the last year to design, produce and distribute their first book - The Second Captains Sports Annual, Volume 1.
The content is a mixture of longform journalism from Ken Early, Ciaran Murphy and Simon Hick, mixed with more retro fun content, including cartoons from The Guardian's David Squires, and Colm Mac Athlaoich.
The book will be available form all good book stores and online from November 1st and is the ideal gift for men this Christmas.
Sweatshop have successfully completed 60 updated destination guides for Ryanair.
Working with a team of writers and editors across Europe, Sweatshop provided up-to-date content on various cities, including where to eat and drink and what to look out for. This content will be going live soon and will also be translated in multiple languages.
Sweatshop clients The Irish Farmers Journal have unveiled a new creative marketing division to their business. Sweatshop worked with Revert Design to concept, brand and unveil this new identity and produce a 12-page brochure to present to the Journal's key clients on their annual industry day.
We worked with Irish tech company, Fandom, to roll out a real-time content hub for London Fashion Week 2015. The hub was branded for one of our network sites, The Prowlster, which is a Dublin-based online fashion, style, and culture magazine. It also carried branding for OPSH, ID2015 and our agency, Sweatshop.
The hub drew in social media from The Prowlster's selection of the best fashion commentators across Instagram, Facebook and Twitter and housed them in one online destination. It was the first time in Ireland this tech was used for a fashion event and the hub was covered in The Irish Times.
The Folláin Food Project is a collaboration between Irish preserve company, Folláin, tech start up Food Cloud and the Irish EPA's Stop Food Waste programme. It also features luscious recipe videos from Forkful TV. We were approached to work on an identity, a website and an infographic for the project and were delighted to work alongside Sound PR and illustrator du jour, Aoife Dooley, on this worthy project.
We worked with Visit Dublin to produce a printed map of all the cool places to eat, drink, see and be seen. Aimed at tourists but plenty of fodder for Dublin denizens also. Designers on the project were Simon Roche and Alan Nagle.