Inspiring talks to board and managers, top of the class training, brand transformation, new language and revitalised communications. Blackwood (their pre-rebrand name was Margaret Blackwood Housing Association) now just goes from strength to strength putting their tenants and residents (many are disabled) in the driving seat and inspiring them to take up new life chances.
Creative workshops with staff and board members, new brand created and unleashed along with a fresh and ambitious vision and a wholly new expression – we used colour, simplicity, optimism and humour to tell a powerful story and increase BHA’s influence as positive investor in the borders.
A new partnership that is bold and imaginative is formed between Health Scotland and the Boys Brigade (started at a Thinktastic event), which aimed to produce a workbook that inspires young people in the BB to see their Long Term Condition as a source of new strength and an incentive for greater ambition. Good clean design and simple and captivating language that focuses on what people can do and encourages young people to manage their condition and use it to propel them to greater things – that was the Thinktastic approach.
Having renamed and rebranded the organisation as Prospect Community Housing many years ago, Thinktastic has continued to push the boundaries of imagination in how this innovative and highly rated housing association communicates. They keep breaking new ground and we love finding ways to tell each unfolding of the story in film, online and in print and make ever more positive impacts.
Brand-newme s is a recent Thinktastic innovation that needed to find its feet in a crowded market – we wanted to create a brand and material that was different enough to attract a new demographic to a wholly different offering – Brand-newme is a welcome innovation at a time when people across the western world are having to find new purpose and effectively reinvent themselves.
There is too much doom and gloom around and Thinktastic knows from its involvements across Scotland that people are desperate for more cheer in their lives.
Kylie Minogue and Keira Knightley - just two of the millions of visitors from around the world who have found inspiration at the Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh.
Helping our young people stay positive, build their skills and gain confidence is a national priority – that’s why youth work is high on the Scottish agenda right now.
Scotland’s groundbreaking National Volunteering organisation has already placed more than 3,000 young people into rewarding volunteering placements across Scotland.
Maintaining our innovative approach to annual reporting for Prospect Community Housing. Described by one leading light in Scottish housing as being 'the only annual report he reads'.
Promoting a superb corporate hospitality opportunity at the Burghley Horse Trials on behalf of MatchPoint - Scotland’s award winning hospitality agents.
A visual journey reflecting British Gas' exciting personal development opportunities for its staff.
A campaign to persuade people in three West Lothian communities to drink less is backed by local people and inspired by the words and ideas of locals of all ages.
Greyfriars Kirk and Tolbooth, internationally famed by faithful doggie and Holywood legend Greyfriars Bobby, is much, much more than many would think. It is an inspirational example of a community (it has more than 300 volunteers) that brings pleasure, hope, nourishment and inspiration to thousands of people in Edinburgh each year.
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