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Leicester City Council
Feb / 27

Leicester City Council

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Understand When we heard Leicester City Council were to bid for City of Culture 2017, and being passionate about our city we had to get involved. This bid would happen on our doorstep, and we wanted to get behind it. We therefore wanted to provide a promotional video which showcased what Leicester stands for. In [...]

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Navigation Lane Packaging Design
Feb / 16

Navigation Lane

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Understand Navigation Lane came to Nifty wanting to develop a coffee roasting and tea merchant brand. Our client already had a successful local coffee roasting shop. However, our client wanted to develop this further by selling his tea and coffee products to the wholesale and high street markets. As a result, we were appointed to [...]

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Zozy Cow Portfolio
Feb / 14

Dozy Cow’s

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Understand A London based restaurant approached us wanting to rebrand with an American theme. This project required a complete rebranding strategy; from its name and logo all the way through to its menu choices and interior design. The overall vision was to develop a restaurant chain for the UK high street. Although our client’s objective [...]

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Go4it App Facebook Advertising
Sep / 24

Go4it App

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Understand Understanding social media marketing is a specialism of Nifty Thinking. Being an element of our business in which we are extremely passionate about, we keep our finger firmly on the Social Media pulse.  Go4it App, was an existing gaming and competition application- due to be launched on App Store, Android and Windows. We were [...]

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Leicestershire Counselling Sketches
Sep / 24

Leicestershire Counselling

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Understand After finishing her counselling qualifications, Jane wanted to begin a local counselling practice. Predominantly focused on person-centred therapies to school aged children. “Working Together Through Times of Difficulty”, would be the essence of this organisation. Think In order to create a logo for Leicestershire Counselling, our attention needed adjusting: this project required a slightly [...]

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St. Martin's Coffee Signage
Sep / 24

St. Martin’s Coffee

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Understand If there is one thing we love here at Nifty, it is coffee. So, when we were approached by our local coffee roasters to help with their rebranding, we were thrilled. St Martin’s supplies unique coffee blends and barista machinery. The shop is based in an iconic area of Leicester’s city called St Martin’s [...]

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Zombie Earth Portfolio
Sep / 24

Zombie Earth

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Understand Zombie fever is everywhere at the minute. Ever since Danny Boyle’s 2002 hit, 28 Days Later, the undead monster seems ingrained in mainstream popular culture. World War Z, The Walking Dead, the list goes on. So, when Nifty were approached to create a promotional video to showcase a Zombie Earth Experience, we were somewhat [...]

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Cotesbach Branding
Sep / 24

Cotesbach

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Understand Cotesbach Educational Trust (CET) is a charity focusing on the environment, the arts and heritage. Since CET was established in 2009, community projects grew, and as a result in 2012 they won funding from Heritage Lottery Fund. CET wanted to use this award to restore their Grade II listed Schoolhouse. But first, they needed [...]

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Amelia Nour Website
Sep / 24

Amelia Nour

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Understand This client approached Nifty Thinking at the very start of their business venture. We have therefore had a front-row seat in seeing this enterprise emerge onto the market. Amelia Nour, a high-end beauty products supplier began as a high-street shop, supplying directly to the consumer. Our initial task was helping them create a distinguished [...]

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Astro Fred Social Media
Sep / 24

Astro Fred

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Understand Paul Tildesley, a father of three wanted create a book to inspire children. Astro Fred was Paul’s written creation. It is about an adventurous young boy who travels through space, exploring the moon. This book was aimed at an audience between the ages of three and seven year olds. But Paul also wanted to [...]

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