Award-winning Employer Communications Specialist, CA3, felt their new office space could use a dose of their team personality.
They’re a lovely bunch who were open to ideas so I created a little questionnaire to find out who they were.
The idea was to tailor the artwork to their personality, incorporate little pops of green (their brand colour), hide a few ‘in’ jokes within it and keep them inspired during busy days without looking out of place when clients visited.
There wasn’t too much dirt dished, but what I can say is… • They have a massive love for 80s films • Can never agree on the music (80s being the least favourite genre) • They are proud of their shiny awards (they have a lot of them) because they really do pull out all the stops as a team to make that great idea happen for their clients • They have great banter together which continues as ‘motivational banter’ when the pressure is on • NOTHING gets done before tea and biscuit o’clock (which happens about three times a day)
Oh and Tim was voted the one with the worst taste in music. Sorry Tim.
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