A few years ago, UCEN Manchester was the higher education arm of The Manchester College (TMC). We were lucky enough to work with TMC to de-couple this offering and a create a new brand that specifically targeted students wanting to progress from college to higher education; UCEN Manchester was born! As well as developing the brand, IA, UX and website, most recently we have created a new recruitment campaign to celebrate the heart of the brand and underpin future campaign activity.
If you would like to know more about the process, the research, the development, the delivery and the results of our projects with UCEN Manchester, from animations, to brand design, IA and UX, websites to campaigns and new ways of engaging with multiple audience types, scroll down to take a look at our work or get in touch for more detailed information.Get in Touch
- Sector Research
- Brand / Digital Strategy
- Consulting / Planning
- User Research / Testing
- Brand Name Solutions
- Brand Marque Design & Development
- Consultation / Trading Marking
- Brand Book / Guidelines
- Content Creation – Digital / Campaign
- Script writing / Animations & Radio
- Campaign Strapline Creation
- Content Creation – Prospectus / Brochures
- IA (Information Architecture)
- UX (User Experience)
- Design Concepts – Campaigns / Online and Offline assets
- Fully Responsive Design
- Design for AA Accessibility
- Content Management Systems
- Frontend / Backend Build / Development
- Third Party Integrations / Pro-Solutions
Reacting and evolving to the current needs of their social distancing students
We have been working in partnership with Hugh Baird College since 2017 developing their digital offering, most recently creating new ways to digitise enrolment.
Bringing the visions of Greater Manchester's Mayor to life
Working in partnership with the GMCA we developed a customer facing digital platform which will arm young people with the right information to allow them to make informed decisions about their future.
Launching soon, a brand new digital platform for Newcastle College
Understanding the needs of their students, stake holders and partners was paramount. So before we looked at user journeys or creative execution, we spent three days on-site getting to know these audiences.