Diversity is the hallmark of our work. No branding job is too creative. No copy request
too dry. In fact, we love the challenge of making technical or niche subjects
broadly understood. If you're passionate about your product or service, we'll shout it from
the rooftops (or webpage) for you!
If you can't find an example within our previous work below that matches
your requirements, call us to discuss your specific needs.
For a second consecutive year, Word to the Wise was contracted to edit the Macedon Ranges Shire Council's Annual Report in 2017, which was tabled in the Victorian Parliament at the end of September. We synthesised highlights, challenges and future priorities reported by all departments and divisions across council to paint a complete picture of the organisation's priorities and impacts over the previous financial year.
Melbourne-based architecture and interior design studio, Northbourne Architecture + Design, underwent brand development with Word to the Wise in 2015. Defining the Northbourne Vision, Mission and Values was core to this process, with Word to the Wise detailing a thorough branding brief for identity development, executed by graphic design studio, A Door Ajar.
As the market leader in DIY backyard shed construction in Australia, EasyShed underwent a total rebrand, launching their new website and online shop in early 2014. Working closely with creative design agency Seesaw Studio, Word to the Wise donned a hard hat and developed content for the client's renewed online presence. The company has since reported a fourfold increase in sale conversions for its featured products.
Ten Cubed is a contemporary art experiment and private collection, which opened to the
public in early 2013. Working with the clients, and with the very talented Windsor-based design
studio, Alter, Word to the Wise established the brand purpose and mission before crafting content for a custom-built website.
Connections@Craigieburn is an innovative community support hub in Melbourne's outer north, funded and supported by the Commonwealth and Victorian Governments, Hume City Council, and comprising the co-located efforts of nine not-for-profit service agencies. Word to the Wise was engaged to write content for a purpose-built website for this initiative. Coordination of input and approval from all partner agencies was required in this process, with technical web development provided by Featherston Design.
Some of our other clients to date: