The fear of failing practical driving tests, fuelled by being unsure of what to expect, has our young drivers paralysed and pass rates in the gutter. Working with a specialist team of directors, videographers, road safety experts, driving instructors, producers, sound technicians and developers we created the world’s first VR driving test experience.
Following in the tradition of their stripped-backed 2017 event, TEDxChristchurch came to us with the 2018 theme of ‘The Campfire’. This year’s event was to be a celebration of diversity: diversity of culture, ethnicity, age, gender, sex, and opinion. It was our job to create an identity that would help open the audience's minds to see things in a different light.
LUX Light Festival is a free public light festival that turns Wellington into a captivating celebration of light, art, technology and design. The largest light festival in New Zealand, LUX showcases a fantastical array of light sculptures that wind their way throughout the Wellington waterfront and Frank Kitts Park.
Working with ECan, we’re helping to encourage the people of Greater Christchurch and Timaru to have their say on the future of public transport as part of The Regional Public Transport Plan. The document is far-reaching with a 3-5 year plan and 30 year vision, containing proposals for more buses on more high frequency routes, the introduction of measures to free up the passage of buses along their journeys, a transition to zero emission vehicles and the proposed construction of rapid transit corridors in the future.
When a brand that's been around for more than 100 years needs a refresh, there’s inherently a challenge involved: balance the equity in the current brand with the need to modernise to stay relevant in today and tomorrow’s markets. That’s exactly the situation Strategy Creative was asked to tackle for Naylor Love — one of New Zealand’s largest construction companies >>
Frasers Property are a large scale, environmentally aware property development firm specialising in the residential and commercial sector in Australia. With further developments under way, they saw an opportunity to offer a new service to their new tenants by way of supplying their energy needs with a cheaper, greener and simpler solution than the four major providers.