Writing, recording, editing, filming – it’s all in a week’s work
Keeping up with your video demands
Why you should be getting ready to be reactive
Wardour Communications produces a huge variety of animations, ranging from exciting technology on construction sites to all matters financial. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how the magic happens
How does prize-winning creative work come about?
Taking inspiration from the drinks industry
How social media platforms are changing internal communications
A few of our favourite moments from 2016.
Trends to look out for throughout the year ahead
The People’s Trust potentially marks the start of a revolution in investing – it aims to make a better return for everyday investors at the same time as having a positive impact on society
Visual platforms like Instagram offer a whole host of opportunities for businesses, but only if they push quality content
BIMA’s latest Breakfast Briefing didn’t just speak to the creative industry
How do you keep on top of the mobile trends transfixing the next generation of consumers? You quiz your teenage intern
Apparently, a more enjoyable experience than it sounds
Why Pokémon Go could see Augmented Reality Strategist become as common a job title as Social Media Specialist
Writing the marketing rulebook is like trying to stuff an octopus into a string bag, says Content Director Tim Turner
Internal comms teams have a vital role to play in the post-Brexit world
If you want to get ahead – get a content campaign
Content Director Tim Turner gives us the lowdown on BIMA’s Tech Innovation Tour.
How our creative team designed a new website around a start-up mentality
What were you doing in April 1996? Here’s what we were up to
Why meticulous planning paid off in the creation of a new brand video
Brevity may be the soul of wit, but long-form content is here to stay
Our head of digital sheds some light on a side project that took him on a voyage of discovery
How imaginative design helped one of our clients unite a team spread across 18 sites
Why a moment of reflection helped us beat the January blues
The story behind our week-long, integrated digital marketing campaign for LSEG
When it comes to content, a connection between brand and consumer is vital
What do consumer spending and our growing appetite for content have in common?
Editor Katie Dolamore explains why journalists are perfectly placed to offer amazing client services
Our agile approach to content creation is evolving, particularly as we work on an increasing number of projects in the digital sphere
The first in our ‘image of the month’ series looks at a pair of particularly powerful Heart Matters covers
Expert freelancers can be godsends when it comes to creating specialist content. Content Director Tim Turner pays tribute to one of the best
A project for a new client saw us marry the power of print with our ‘always on’ approach to content
The story behind our Bob Metcalfe cover for The Review
A quick-fire afternoon of speakers at the Results International Next Gen media and marketing conference confirmed that content remains king
CEO Martin MacConnol takes a moment to celebrate our recent accolades
Our digital producer shares four tips she gleaned from the CMA’s recent digital breakfast
Editor Katie Dolamore shares her top tips for presenting content on social streams
How we built a new website for an empowering, collaborative business campaign
It’s not just the Great British Bake Off that can teach us a thing or two about content
As more users move to tablets and mobile, it’s crucial for brands to get it right
Simplifying the complex is what we do
A desire for responsive content means we’re working more like a newsroom than ever before. It’s all about the three rules of realtime
Why an upturned polystyrene cup on a newly restored roof is wrong on every level (especially here on the fifth floor)
Why we can learn a thing or two from the rise of the unmanned aerial vehicle
We’ve helped to develop a client-centric digital platform that’s been hailed the best of its kind
Head of Editorial Molly Bennett on what she gleaned from April’s CMA Digital Breakfast
Some interviews are worth their weight in gold. Our recent rendezvous with eminent screenwriter Christopher Hampton definitely fell into that category
From sexist toys to thoughtless brand names, we take a look at the companies social media saved
Wardour CEO, Martin MacConnol, on what he learned from the Guardian’s Changing Media Summit 2015
We’ve been finding out at first-hand why Estonia is one of the world’s most connected countries.
MD Claire Oldfield spent an inspiring day chairing an event for entrepreneurs with Sir Richard Branson.
Amid the hustle of everyday agency life, we are occasionally granted fantastic opportunities.
After a recent survey pinpointed the qualities that clients hate in agencies, we set about listing the attributes we value most in our business relationships.
Would you like to be able to call a cab by clicking your heels together? Wearable technology is about to get cleverer.
The Tower of London’s poppy installation shows the lasting importance of great design.
Content Director Tim Turner on the challenges of being a commissioning editor.
The new, state-of-the-art Investment Association website is designed to cater for both consumers and those working in the investment management industry.
Wardour were guests of Royal London at a Team England event at Lord’s.
So Wardour is now officially 18 years old. We are able to drink, able to drive (though not at the same time) and able to vote.
The theme of the RSA Journal’s summer issue was ‘the power to create’, but how would we translate this abstract concept into a simple but powerful visual?
iBeacons offer opportunities beyond retail and service sectors, particularly in engaging discreet audiences for internal communications.
Whether a brewer or a professional services firm, putting customers first is key to business growth.
Our work for Gemalto shows the importance of video to brands of all sizes in all sectors
The President Cheese Twitter debacle is a reminder that the era of the branded digital newsroom is upon us.
Ed Miliband’s mauling on Good Morning Britain, reminds Martin MacConnol of the best pitch question he’s even been asked.
Global mobile transactions may top $246bn in 2015. The latest issue of The Review and/review for digital security company Gemalto celebrates the global impact of mobile commerce.
Behind the scenes at The Jelly Bean Factory shoot for EY’s Exceptional magazine.