In 2013, The Oxford University Museum of Natural History was closed to have the roof fixed, but some of the exhibits went on tour in the town centre.

In 2015, the scheme won the "Best Marketing Campaign" award at the Museums and Heritage Awards, and we couldn't be more thrilled to have been involved.

Okayso created a playful, flexible identity for the scheme, including the logo and the concept of a crate containing the specimens being packed up and quite literally going to town. We also filmed teaser videos and created the mobile-first trail website to help people find all the exhibits.

Recent work

Carranmore is a startup management consultancy in Dubai.

We created the identity, stationery and website.

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Goes to town is an initiative from the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, taking some of their exhibits to the Oxford town centre.

We created the identity, made a mobile website and shot teaser films

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Futures House is a firm specialising in scenario planning to help firms become more strategically resilient.

We designed a site to work across all devices.

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Stratocore makes software to help run scientific research facilities.

We designed and built a new website, helped with refining their message and identity, and provided copywriting services

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