> Challenge: Revitalise the safety culture among Southeastern colleagues.
> Solution: A fun and engaging campaign, encouraging colleagues to become safety champions.
> Result: Greater awareness and personal responsibility for safety at work.
> Challenge: A game-changing approach to connecting with 4,278 employees across the railway network from Kent to central London
> Solution: The Southeastern Standard colleague newspaper
> Result: 100% positive feedback on the newspaper’s launch issue
> Challenge: Helping to improve awareness and understanding of easyJet’s customer experience for their 8,000 employees
> Solution: An interactive, multi-channel campaign to cascade the strategy – and get easyJet people talking about it
> Result: 89% of easyJet people understand how their role contributes to the company’s success
> Challenge: To create an immersive environment at DLG’s new Bristol office
> Solution: An engaging, design-led workspace
> Result: More colleague collaboration and involvement in DLG communications
> Challenge: Getting colleagues to make safety a part of everything they do
> Solution: A 15-minute virtual reality experience to bring potential hazards to life
> Result: Colleagues are more aware of potential safety risks – and they’re carrying out safety checks unprompted
A few projects we love…
Rachy McKenzie –
IoIC National Awards Best Designer 2018
> Job title: Senior Designer
> Work we love: A real fave is the environmental branding and design we created for
Direct Line Group. We took their values and created beautiful, bold and fun graphics, which transformed the building across all four floors. The result is an engaging workplace that colleagues love.
> Job title: Head of Design
> Work we love: This project had me at ‘comic-book super powers’. It was a licence to have fun and everyone at Twist really threw themselves into it, which clearly comes out in the photography and animation. A lovely way to celebrate skills in a fresh light.
> Job title: Senior Client Manager
> Work we love: When I pick up a copy of Purple, I know it’s going to be an emotional read. The heartfelt stories of the relationships between Anchor people and the residents they care for are so touching. I have so much respect for carers.