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Case Studies

Here's a little bit more about a few of our commercial projects with the exposure they received, the feedback from our clients and some of our favourite outcomes.

If you like what you see then get in touch to find out more or discuss an individual project.

totaljobs – Nepotism in the Workplace Infographic and Data Analysis

To get the project going we had some serious data to crunch. To accomplish this, we worked with a leading data scientist. Our analysis revealed some fascinating insights into nepotism in UK workplaces.

The illustrations we crafted revolved around an ensemble of approachable characters utilising a bold colour palette aligning with the totaljobs brand. They were designed to stand out on social media with clear, readable statistics.

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totaljobs Gender Bias Decoder

Th Gender Bias Decoder was created using a database of words from a research paper written by Danielle Gaucher, Justin Friesen, and Aaron C. Kay: Evidence That Gendered Wording in Job Advertisements Exists and Sustains Gender Inequality(Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, July 2011, Vol 101(1), p109-28).

The design of the tool was kept simple and inline with existing total jobs branding. It was deemed important that a visitor to the site would feel they were still within the total jobs ecosystem. The data is stored in a CSV file which can be updated by the client. The contents of the CSV populates the list of words on the homepage as well as providing the look up for the tool.

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The Lovereading.co.uk Book Map

To celebrate the global appeal of books, we decided to create something special for book lovers everywhere.

We created a list of all the most popular books (modern or classic) which are set in the real world, and plotted their key setting on a map. 

The map was fully interactive, allowing users to travel the world, seeing which books are set near their home, uncovering hidden gems, and finding inspiration for their next holiday based on their favourite book.

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The Game of Thrones Spoiler Machine

Game of Thrones was rising in popularity, and ahead of its Season 4 launch, the coverage was at fever pitch. 

The only real way to earn coverage in a very saturated market was by creating something controversial, unexpected and entertaining.

Fans of the show were keen to avoid ‘spoilers’ from anyone who had read the books (which at the time, were well ahead of the show). 

As such, the Game of Thrones spoiler machine was designed to reward book readers, and punish non-book-readers by revealing the key plot points to come out of the most recent book.Audience response varied from judging the piece ‘pure evil’ and ‘genius’, but it was a welcome resource for the book-loving fans.

As an added bonus, we were able to repackage the resource as ‘The Game of Thrones Catch-Up Machine’ a year later, when the next season aired, earning more coverage.

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40 World Foods Made from Plasticine

We produced a number of incredible infographics for Baltic Travel Company over a period of a year. These infographics were designed to celebrate travel, tourism and the weird and wonderful aspects of all world cultures.

Our favourite and most popular piece was 40 World Foods made from Plasticine.

For this piece, we hand-made forty countries’ national dishes using plasticine, then photographed the meals and presented them as a gallery to celebrate the world’s most amazing cuisines.

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Does size matter? Company size quiz.

We built a bespoke interactive quiz featuring our own illustrations. We opted for a bright and bold illustration style using thick brush strokes and block colours.

The quiz was delivered as a package that simply needed to be uploaded into a sub directory of the totaljobs website.

We built a custom back end that allows the team at totaljobs to log in, view and export the data gathered from users actions on the website. totaljobs used this data to support a follow up infographic and blogging campaign.

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The Jobsite Guide to Finding Your Perfect Work Environment

The quiz we built on work that we had already completed for their sister company, total jobs. You can see this project here. The site was a custom build delivered as a complete package which simply needed to be uploaded to a subdirectory on our clients site.

We used carefully selected photos and kept within the Jobsite brand guidelines to ensure a consistent brand experience.

The client was able to log into the back end of the quiz and view the responses of their users. These responses could also be exported to a CSV for data analysis.

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