Zulu Creative's new portfolio of work


Whilst the Christmas break provided us all with a much needed rest, it also gave us an opportunity to update our portfolio of work, which you can now see live on our website, by clicking here.

Since it was last updated, we've worked on some really exciting projects for a number of new and existing clients, which we thought you might find interesting to read about!

We've worked on lots of brand identity and comms projects...





We've started to work with the Heantun Group (a housing association operating in the Black Country and Staffordshire), helping them to develop a brand identity which can be translated, with some consistency, across their subsidiary organisations. We've produced a number of reports and handbooks, as well as some inspiring photography. Many of the projects carried out for the Heantun Group incorporate a series of clever illustrations, which effectively communicate the brand. We've also created 'Pip', the Heantun character which is used throughout Heantun Childcare collateral.





…as well as some exciting online projects!

As well as offline, print work, Zulu has also worked to fulfil online requirements for both new and existing clients. The West Midlands Road Safety Partnership turned to Zulu in order to promote the 'Be Bright, Be Seen' campaign, which was aimed at raising awareness of road safety issues amongst young people. Visitors to the website were also given the chance to win an Apple iPad through a free prize draw.





London Bridge Hospital also turned to Zulu in order to fulfil their e-marketing requirements. Zulu provides London Bridge with the tools to send professional, bulk email campaigns and also offers comprehensive analytics which help improve future campaigns through an understanding of open and click-through rates.

Be sure to check out our work!

If you want to have a look at some of the other work we've added to our portfolio, be sure to check out the Bilston in Bloom projects, the Safer Birmingham Partnership projects and the NHS and BDAAT projects to name but a few!

Let us know what you think!

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