We like to build strong relationships with clients to understand their markets and their needs, working closely with them to create the most effective designs and achieve the best results. Below you'll find an insight into Pepper Creative - the people, the news, what turns us on - and off!
It's always good to hear that our work has in some small way helped a business to achieve its goals, and our Recipe For Success pack features just a few of the companies who have benefited from our enthusiasm and creativity. The pack will be posted to existing clients as a referesher of the services we can provide, and to new companies who we hope may one day feature as a case study in our Recipe pack.
The pack contains an introduction to our services, a limited edition poster and four Recipe Cards highlighting some notable Pepper successes, all enclosed in a tasty silver-foiled slipcase. You can request a copy now by post from our, or download it from the , which will also regularly feature new Recipe Cards to download. Tuck in, and enjoy!
Pepper were approached by Britten-Norman after deciding that their exisiting marketing material did not adequately reflect their position as a leading manufacturer of civil aircraft. Britten-Norman described themselves as “the Land Rover of the skies” and their new material had to reflect this quality and dependability. The new brochure was to feature the manufacture of their Defender and Islander aircraft, as well as the company's wider aviation capabilities.
A clean, modern approach to styling was adopted, whilst retaining key corporate colours which form the heritage of the Britten-Norman brand. Varied, flexible layouts showcased examples of Britten-Norman's vast image library, and featured panoramas of typical environments that B-N’s aircraft operate in.
Pepper worked to yet another tight deadline to have the new brochures produced for The Farnborough International Airshow, renowned as world's most iconic aviation event, and it’s hoped that the new brochure flew off the shelves... Check out the brochure on our Print Portfolio page
The website will provide a comprehensive guide to those who wish to stop smoking, and stresses not only the dangers of smoking but, more importantly, the benefits of a healthier lifestyle. The site's functionality will be comprehensive, with Martin Pepper stretching his coding skills to provide a truly interactive experience for potential quitters.
As well as basic information on the first vital steps to a smoke-free lifestyle, the website will feature a budget calculator to help you see exactly what you're saving by not spending money on cigarettes; a motivation test to gauge and monitor your willpower; supportive e-cards to offer inspiration and encouragement throughout the quitting process; and a forum of local support groups, vital in the process of quitting, as a source of encouragement and motivation. A special section addressing smoking and pregnancy will provide support and also help dispel some dangerous myths about the effects of smoking on unborn babies.
The Isle of Wight Stop Smoking site will be live in September, so watch out for its addition to our Web Portfolio.
Simon likes: dancing and not caring! It's not about posing, it's all about miming, robotics, cardboard boxes... Simon dislikes: people inviting me to build a farm, play Mafia Wars or tell my fortune on Facebook. Simon's most memorable moment: going for a wee with Jarvis Cocker at Glastonbury. Simon's biggest ambition: going for a wee with Keith Flint at Bestival. Simon's favourite destination: right now Wengen, or anywhere with some mountains and some snow.
On Sunday 25th July, Lisa Pepper braved the elements to join Race For Life at Medina Leisure Centre. Combating an unusual cocktail of heavy rain and searing heat, Lisa was one of 1500 women who walked, jogged or ran the five kilometres to help raise money for Cancer Research. Lisa's mad dash to get super-fit (or just fit enough...) in the months preceding the race paid off, and was a valuable contribution in the attempt to smash the Isle of WIght's fundraising target of £72,000.
Lisa's next challenge is the BUPA Great South Run on Sunday October 24th. She'll be joined by 23,000 other runners for this half marathon, now recognised as Europe's leading 10 mile road race. Lisa's current training programme is geared to help achieve her goal of two hours, which means training throughout her upcoming holiday to Menorca. Lisa says “I hope to raise more money for Cancer Research, so feel free to challenge me to do the course in under 2 hours. Although this way you’re quite likely to save some money...” For more runs and fundraising events, or to donate online, visit cancerresearchuk.org