A new brand identity and a fresh new look was unveiled today for CEA: Committed To Ending Abuse.
Last summer Eden was approached by Falkirk & District Women’s Aid.
As a founding member of the Scottish Women’s Aid network, the charity is well known for its services addressing issues of domestic abuse. The organisation is less well known for the wide range of other, groundbreaking services that it provides.
In addition to providing professionally trained 1:1 support, group work and therapeutic interventions for adults, children and young people who’ve been affected by abuse, the team help people to make decisions about accommodation, legal, financial and other matters. They also provide creative arts workshops, parenting workshops and training for other organisations. Their work includes activities that aim to actively address the root causes of abuse in society.
In the last few years, progressive societal and legislative changes led the board and senior management to conclude that their organisation needed to project a new name, image and identity.
Ballantine Castings new responsive website was launched today marking a key stage in the repositioning of one of the UK’s foremost producers of high quality, high integrity iron castings to the architectural, engineering and construction sectors.
A modern organisation with a management team whose focus is firmly on the future, Ballantine Castings has a rich and expansive track record of engineering excellence in metalwork – both in the UK and internationally with a heritage dating back to the early 1820s.
Team Eden’s work on Ballantine’s new digital presence, brand identity, and marketing collateral helps to future-proof the company. A new platform is now in place enabling the Ballantine Castings in-house team to more effectively showcase their products and services, further expanding and consolidating Ballantine’s position.
To celebrate the new year Eden are offering downloadable wallpapers each month featuring designs from our 2016 calendar. Get yours today, all you have to do is choose the correct screen resolution below for your preferred device. Download and share them, and keep coming back each month for new designs.
The highly successful football exhibition ‘For Club and Country’ charting Scotland’s place as the birthplace of international football and the subsequent evolution of the domestic and international game, has now come to a close. Located at The Howgate Shopping Centre, the exhibition attracted over 4,000 visitors.
Model Search is back! After the resounding success of the first inaugural event last year which saw hundreds of hopefuls attending the scouting events and six lucky winners receiving a modelling contract, the competition is once again looking for editorial and commercial males and females across all ages who have the chance of winning a modelling contract with Model Team.
Team Eden were buzzing when we heard that the Scotland Towns Week conference would be taking place in Falkirk this year but also that a ‘Future Town’ design competition was being launched.
The Howgate Shopping Centre in Falkirk contains approximately 190,000sq ft of covered retail space attracts 6 million visitors annually. It has a diverse range of retailers including independent stores and large national multiples with a strong focus on young female fashion. An area for smaller boutique retailers exists within the atria space offering everything from ‘must-have’ fashion to shoe repairs and beauty therapies.
Our challenge: to put this secondary location ‘on the map’ within the shopping centre and attract more customers. We set out to inform and engage visitors to the shopping centre, encouraging them to visit and discover the unique products that these independent stores have to offer.
Ballantine Castings have a rich and extensive history which can be traced back over 150 years. Still in family ownership and based in its original location in Bo’ness, the company delivers high quality foundry engineering and specialist castings throughout the UK and beyond.