PEOPLE FROM EVERY CORNER OF THE CITY
From the smallest startups to the biggest events, we've worked with countless people, businesses, and organisations in Portsmouth and Southsea, across a wide range of media persuasions.
Click through to each client on the left (or tap the + icon above if you're on mobile) to see what we've done for them, and see our latest work in our media blog below.
A lot of the photos we get sent by competition entrants are taken along Southsea Seafront, and while that’s exciting, we want to bring things back into the city of Portsmouth a little bit. June’s ‘Street Life’ theme is all about capturing people just living their daily lives on our island city.
For our fifth monthly photography competition of the year, we encouraged people to get out and capture photos from as low a vantage point as possible, with interesting compositions built from the ground up, or with eye-catching lead-in lines.
Some members of the Team Locals team basically live online (we’re looking at you, Jeeves), so we’re always seeing the exciting, funny, creative ways brands are promoting themselves worldwide with new media. Here are five of our recent favourites.
Gemma from Compass Muscle Therapy approached us recently to get a logo designed for her Southsea-based sport injury clinic. This is how we made it.
For May, we’re teaming up with the Isle of Wight Festival to give away two standard weekend adult camping tickets, from Thursday 8th to Sunday 11th June!
For our fourth monthly photography competition of the year, we encouraged people to get out and capture spots and spectrums of colour throughout the city of Portsmouth. Here are some submissions from throughout the month, plus our winner and runners-up.
Imagine Pokémon GO with live Pokémon. That’s the concept behind Play Code City, the main commission at the centre of Portsmouth Festivities’ 2017 programme, which will see players logging into an app and interacting with characters across the city to undercover a series of numerical codes. It ties directly into the 2017 programme’s theme of ‘Play’.
We say it time and time again: social media is at the core of everything we do. When you put a lot of content out there for people to see, you’ve got to do it in a subtle and respectful way so that they don’t get overwhelmed! Especially if you’re marketing things.
It all comes down to story. Framing things as stories as key. It’s not about trying to hide that you’re trying to sell and promote things: it’s about framing that practice in an interesting, insightful, or helpful way.
Here are some examples of how we introduce subtly to our social media practices, with a strong focus on storytelling!