Working in partnership with Facebook, Good Magazine and Millenium Promise, we illustrated and built a dynamic and interactive online virtual replica of Mbola, a village in Tanzania.  This project was the result of these organisations coming together to try to use the power of social media to address the UN’s eight Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) at ground-level (known as the Millenium Villages Project). Mbola Millenium Village and the Facebook app that we created is where the ideas are put into action.  The app allows Facebook users to donate their time and money to help Mbola achieve the development changes that it requires – specifically around health, education, agriculture and infrastructure – and watch as the village transforms in real time on screen.

Mobile advertising giants, Opera Mediaworks, approached us to develop a new brand identity system and website to captivate their audiences.

Taking inspiration from the dynamic nature of the atom, we developed a wide range of brand assets and visuals to distill the essence of the company.

In turn we developed a highly sophisticated, mobile responsive website to help set this company apart from the rest. Click here to view the site.

Brotherton Real Estate approached us to develop them a new, slick brand identity and fully responsive website. The outcome was a geometrically inspired logo with accompanying website with stylised cubist photographs.

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David Minns, AKA Bristol’s Local Tailor, approached us to craft him a sophisticated brand identity for his new venture Brown in Town. Using old tailoring paraphernalia and cloth, combined with a rich golden colour palette, we created him a suave identity and website to match his debonair self.

Click here to take a look at his website - maybe even book yourself a consultation!

Studio Baum illustrated and designed this infographic for Tetra Pak, to bring the company’s green credentials to the public.  The design was then used in a viral campaign.

You can see the full infographic on our Pinterest board here.

The MITUS team approached us to develop it’s new online platform for streaming live TV.

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The course leader for the University for the Creative Arts’s Television Production program approached us to create a showcase website to attract more students. The brief dictated that the site must be fiully responsive, house full screen videos but most importantly, stand out from the crowd.

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We’ve been working alongside Elmysterioso again, and have designed Pushkin Press a nice little micro-site for their new literature imprint, ONE.

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Working alongside the team at Elmysterioso, we devised a unique and responsive website designed for the user to be able to view, discuss and ultimately buy books online.

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After creating the new brand identity for aspex we were asked to plan and impliment the design & development of the gallery’s new website. Working with the talented team at Elmysterioso, we went through a process of planning user-experience, mapping out infromation architecture, construction of interactive wireframes and testing user journeys before we proceeded to design & develop the new, fully browser-responsive website.

The gallery’s tag line is ‘aspex is more than a gallery, it’s a space for questions – creating conversations and cultivating connections’. So when discussing the project they wanted a facility to allow them to interact with visitors. So we came up with the the idea of section Q, where a question can be posed and users invited to respond online.

In short, the result is a rich platform for the gallery to promote it’s busy calender of talks, exhibtions and events and most importantly communicate and encourage discource with its visitors.

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Panorama High Street East was a project commissioned by The Building Exploratory in partnership with London 2012.  The project photographically documents the six-kilometer stretch from Aldgate to Stratford in East London.  We were commissioned to produce a website that provides users with an interactive and informative interface for scrolling up and down the street, and a portal for accessing information about each building.  Studio Baum developed this site with the fantastic team at Luck Laboratories.

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Together with the talented folk at Luck Laboratories we designed and developed this simple and elegant website for Spanish photographer Fernando Manoso.

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Studio Baum won a contract to work with New York University’s ‘Centre for Immigrant Health’ to brand and develop its new online medical translation course.  The project also involved developing a new audio recording tool, whereby users can interpret audio online.

As part of our brief to brand and create the marketing material for Margate Rocks 08 contemporary art festival, Studio Baum designed and built a website to compliment the new festival identity.  The site acted as an accessible information point for visitors to the event, showcasing artists’ works, and offering downloadable maps and guides.

The Brain Men approached Studio Baum with the exciting challenge of developing a new brand identity and online presence for their corporate quiz company. The client requested that the identity borrow the Victoriana aesthetic and that the website – although mainly acting as an information point – have a twist: daily quizzes entertain and test subscribers to give them a taste of the Brain Men experience.

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