Anglican Aid focus on provision of Christian aid to vulnerable communities throughout the world. The challenge was to communicate all their projects in a way that was easy to understand and engaging.
The SMBC website designed and built by Kreativ is completely responsive. The main homepage images, which focus on graduates of the College, were designed and retouched by Kreativ. Built on ExpressionEngine, the site is very easy-to-update for the admin and marketing teams at SMBC.
The Australian Arab Businesswomen’s Forum 2014 is built on ExpressionEngine and looks gorgeous on desktops, tablets and smart phone devices (responsive design).
Church by the Bridge website (V3) needed to work responsively and allow for an ever increasing back catalogue of talks and resources. Care was taken to make it as easy as possible for the visitor to find the information they required via the home page. This includes comprehensive drop down menus from the main navigation.
The Geneva Push brand makeover done by Kreativ was expanded across various promotional material including 2m high pull-up banners and an A6 flyer for the Multiply 13 conference.
The Geneva Push brand makeover done by Kreativ was expanded across their business cards and letterhead design. The letterhead was created as a print-ready file as well as a completely editable Word Document.
Geneva Push underwent a complete brand makeover by Kreativ. The main logo plus four sub brand logos were created. The heritage of the original logo was maintained and the colour palette refreshed and expanded. The chevron motif was used to create all the logos plus backgrounds and textures. Facebook and Twitter were also rebranded.
Sydney Anglicans is a large comprehensive site that needed refreshing. Using the supplied redesign Kreativ was responsible for all the web development, including responsive design.
Church by the Bridge Christmas 2012 was all about 'Wonder'. Kreativ designed logos, posters, programs, postcards, banners and a website to promote Carols under the Bridge and the Christmas services.
Church by the Bridge Easter 2012 was a successful campaign encouraging the community to attend Good Friday and other Easter services. A series of postcards and posters highlighted a key word from 8 members of the church, each explaining what Easter meant to them personally.
Regal Funds Management was given the Kreativ touch. Their identity was given a ‘makeover’ and a conservative, yet modern, style was run across corporate stationery and other print collateral. The information memorandums were also supplied as interactive PDFs.
The Norwest Hospital Physiotherapy website was created to expand on their already successful business and branding. Two distinct but related parts of the business needed to be clearly defined with an easy click through to all parts of the site from the home page.
The SaveIt website was already designed by another team but needed Kreativ to design the final icons, find and retouch the final images plus do all the web development.
The Sydney Anglicans website is a large, comprehensive site which services a wide community and has been built on ExpressionEngine.
The Centre for Public Christianity (CPX) is a not-for-profit media company that offers a Christian perspective on contemporary life. The website has undergone a complete Kreativ transformation including revised branding. Searchability, especially for the extensive Library, was of primary importance.
The Centre for Public Christianity (CPX) branding was an evolution of a pre-existing logo. It has been run across business cards, letterheads, envelopes and pull-up banners.
Norwest Hospital Physiotherapy is a new practice in a state-of-the-art new hospital. For their branding we wanted to avoid the clichéd images of ‘running men’ so often used with physiotherapy practices and get to the heart of the ‘hands on’ care that the physiotherapists give their patients.We also wanted to avoid the usual blues and greens so often used in healthcare, and create something warm and modern.
Church by the Bridge website (V2) needed to be able to manage the growing catalogue of talks and articles. It needed to project a fresh and relevant face to the community with ways to greet both ‘the newcomer’ and ‘the regular’ to the site. Version 3 is in development.
Church by the Bridge is a church with a real heart for its community. All sorts of events are organised throughout out the year with the Kirribilli community in mind. This is just a small sample of some of our work for them.