Renewable Energy Agency

In order to develop a comprehensive campaign for our clients, we like to fully understand their business. This means we get to learn about all manner of industries, some more complex than others.

Renewable Energy Agency offered us a challenge, the clean technology markets are certainly not something that any of our team had researched before. But hey, we enjoy tackling new tasks and relished the opportunity to better understand this fascinating and rapidly expanding market.

When Deepak Sareen – co-owner of Mayfair based REA – contacted us to discuss his requirements, our interests were immediately piqued. A full branding exercise to compliment a shiny new print and digital campaign. Just the sort of thing we love to get our teeth into!

A Simple and Creative Identity

Our creative team developed a stylish and understated corporate identity which effectively represents the clean and continuous benefits of renewable energy. We selected fresh natural colours to compliment the infinity symbol, which we hope speaks for itself, an ongoing source of energy. This simple and understated branding runs throughout the company’s printed literature, from business cards to letterheads, and is carefully utilised throughout the new website.

Renewable Energy Agency corporate branding by ADOmedia

A Modern, Stylish and Easy to Use Website

Our digital team provided REA with a bespoke, editable website that allows them to update their news feed with relevant stories and articles. Here they can add images and company news with ease. This allows them to keep their customers, associates and potential clients up-to-date. It also allows them to keep their web presence fresh and ever-changing.

Renewable Energy Agency responsive website screenshot

The website also benefits from a responsive design that adapts to browser size and an additional mobile device template so that REA’s potential customers can find out about their services at any time, even when they are on the move.

Renewable Energy Agency responsive website on iPad

Web Friendly Copy

Our marketing department provided thorough research and search engine friendly content to populate the new website. This gives the site a professional and considered feel. You can take a look at the website here.

Has this article inspired you to give your branding a boost? Need a new website or digital marketing services? We can help! We offer solutions for all of your marketing requirements, both printed and digital. Please feel free to contact us, we’ll be happy to discuss your ideas.

Beagle Restaurant

This week sees the launch of our latest website for Beagle Bar and Restaurant, London.

Never before have we seen such anticipation for a venue before it’s doors have even opened, or been fully fitted for that matter. Due to launch in a few weeks time, Beagle has garnered attention for several reasons. One of which is the superb venue, three beautiful railway arches currently undergoing full restoration and fitting, full of original features and conveniently located next to Hoxton Station. Another reason is the proprietors, the efficacious Clancy brothers.

Clancy Brothers - Beagle London

This is not a first venture for London DJ’s Danny and Keiran Clancy, their company Krankbrother has been making waves on the international party scene for a few years now and shows no signs of slowing down, with events growing in both scale and popularity. Danny is also a founder and director of fantastic seafood restaurant, The Bonnie Gull in Fitzrovia. With these factors in mind, there has been an understandable buzz around the launch of Beagle restaurant, and we are very excited to be a part of it.

Beagle Restaurant London - Website

The brief was to deliver something simple, stylish and understated with an emphasis on quality. We created an uncomplicated website which highlights smooth scrolling images of the beautiful food and exquisite drinks on offer. The mobile template allows those using mobile devices to view the website clearly, and the content managed back end system allows the Beagle web team to update menus and information with ease.

Beagle Restaurant London - Website

Several press articles have already been published, the blogs are abuzz and bookings and enquiries have been flooding in. We will be heading down for the soft launch in a few weeks and we are looking forward to seeing if the already famous restaurant will live up to the hype. Having previously dealt with the Clancy brothers and their ventures, we get the feeling that we won’t be disappointed.

View the website here.

A Big Year Ahead

It’s officially ‘back to work day’ across the country. We might rename it national moaning day if the general Facebook consensus is anything to go by!

Now, we don’t mean to be smug, but you won’t hear us complaining today. Yes, we partied hard at the office Christmas do, our other Christmas parties and New years eve celebrations. Yes, we ate more than our fair share of cheese and drank more than our fair share of Baileys, and although we would usually still be in our pajamas right now, we have to say, we are very happy to be back in the studio.

This year is set to be a biggie for the ADO squad and we’re more than a little excited about it! Fantastic new projects are filling our January days and we are developing inspiring new plans left, right and center.

Alex is off to London this week for a meeting regarding a very interesting proposal and we are all working flat out on our biggest project to date. We can’t tell you too much about it just yet, but watch this space! You won’t be disappointed. Last year was certainly a challenging one, with much needed changes taking place throughout the company. 2013 sees us back, streamlined, fresh and raring to go!

So, if we may be so bold as to offer you a little wisdom for national moaning day it’s this – do what you love. Work with people you like. Be passionate about your work, and wrenching yourself out of the annual Christmas slothery will never be a challenge again.

ADOmedia 2013 - Do What makes You Happy Poster

We love to help our clients achieve this feeling too. So, if you have a business that needs a little spruce up, or an exciting new project that needs a presence in print, web and advertising – give us a call! We’ll be more than happy to help.

Happy New Year everyone!

Beagle Bar and Restaurant

We were recently approached by the proprietors of a new venture in Hoxton, East London, to produce a holding page for the new bar and restaurant Beagle.

Everyone in the studio at ADOtowers loves great food and drink. We also love quirky locations and stylish design, so this is the sort of project that we really like to get our… er… teeth into!

The venue will be spread over three of the recently restored Hoxton railway arches in one of East London’s trendiest areas.

Beagle holding page

We can’t wait until March next year to pay it a visit! Check out the simple holding page we have created in readiness for the full site launch here. Logo and Branding designed by Olivia French.

An Evening with Krankbrother – A Halloween to Remember

Here at ADOmedia we like to build relations with our clients. We like to know them well and understand their business so that we can ensure our service is always bang on.

So, when our good friends and clients Danny and Keiran Clancy invited us to join them as VIP guests at their enormous Hallowe’en party, we thought it only right and proper to don some spooky attire and head down to the big smoke for a party.

ADOsquad members Hannah and Alex at Krankbrothers Halloween party

Danny and Kieran are the resident DJs at krankbrother. They are also the founders, organisers and promoters of the company and their parties have fast become renowned as the best in the city. But the fair city of London is not their only domain, oh no.

The last few years have seen them travel the world bringing their own brand of stylish, intimate party vibe to venues as diverse as helipads in the Dominican republic (Groovefest), Yachts in Ibiza and festivals in Croatia (Echo) to mention but a few. Their respective social media pages make for enviable viewing.

Danny and Kieran Clancy of krankbrother

Unique and unusual venues are a big part of what makes these events extra special, and the Krankbrother’s London stomping ground has witnessed parties in numerous warehouses and on multiple rooftops as well as in unused theater spaces, photography studios and even a disused pub. No two parties are ever the same, save for a few key ingredients, and this is what keeps their loyal fan base of cool party revelers coming back time and again.

This weekend’s Halloween party was no exception, their biggest to date with almost three thousand people filling the vast, illuminated arches of the Great Suffolk Street Warehouse. All attendee’s made serious effort with their outfits and those who didn’t had a Krank-arranged make-up artist on hand to help them out.

krankbrother clowns

It’s touches like these, the make-up artist, the photo booth, the outrageously good lighting, decoration, visuals and superb Funktion One sound system that made this party one to remember.

krankbrother halloween party stagekrankbrother halloween party stage

In short, these boys know how to throw a serious soiree. As the clock stuck 6am and world class DJ Magda spun her final tune, we stood on the stage and peeped over their shoulders to the still bouncing 3000 strong crowd. At that moment we thought to ourselves, our line of work is pretty damn good!

Now we just have to ask ourselves a simple question, when’s the next one?

krankbrother halloween party

Photography by Sophia Whitfield.

Bauhaus Exhibition at the Barbican

This summer, London’s Barbican center is home to the biggest Bauhaus exhibition in the UK in over 40 years. The modern world’s most famous art school is renowned for it’s utopian vision to change society in the aftermath of the First World War. Bauhaus: Art as Life feature a rich array of painting, sculpture, design, architecture, film, photography, textiles, ceramics, theater and installation.

Bauhaus style is somthing we have loved since our college days. Bold understated design which looks as fresh today as it must have done all those years ago. The principles of these designs are inspiring from a creative point of view and intriguing as a historic reference to all things creative.

The exhibition runs now until 12th August. You can find out more here.