ideasfactory@NUA works with established brands looking for a fresh perspective and with start-ups requiring a full suite of collateral to launch their brand identity.
Expert staff and some of the UK’s best student talent provide clients with a large number of creative responses to a brief. These are then developed up to final artwork or digital design.
Our most common work is listed below, but we’ll take a look at any brief, that can be answered with a creative solution:
Project fees vary dependent on the scope of work required and a full proposal will be drawn up prior to commencement, outlining deliverables timings and investment required.
Logo for the re-branding of the Norfolk Museums Service through ideasfactory@NUA.
We’ve been impressed and delighted by students’ creative thinking and problem-solving and their highly original design solutions.
Chief Executive, Archant
Brand identity including logo and packaging for suncream Ikaros.
Design an identity including logo, labelling and tap lenses for the launch range of Redwell beers.
An engaging image communicating the brand’s strategic direction to all stakeholders which will be used in marketing and communication material.
Cleaner style that would unify the look of all the classifieds sections across the company. Iconography to categorise and highlight sections.
Poster and leaflet campaign to appeal to a broader demographic than the client’s traditional user and carer group which gained press attention for the client.
Information graphic which brings to life the analysis of a complex set of data on children and teenagers for brands consumed or purchased by 5-16 year olds.
A catalogue for ‘Elements: Material Worlds’, the summer contemporary art exhibition presented in by the Norfolk Contemporary Arts society.
Design and develop a website which would give the public the opportunity to view curated footage from each decade and from each country.