At JUMP we know that our relationships with our customers are important, but how does it feel on the other side of the coin? We wanted to understand how our customers felt about embarking on a project with an agency, investing in a piece of work that is designed to have a significant impact on their business.
We have all experienced a challenging period of uncertainty during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The lockdown has affected us all in so many ways, throwing everyone off balance and it is safe to say that “back to normal” will never be the same. Amid the chaos and uncertainty, the priorities are the health and wellbeing of our families, our employees, and without question, ourselves.
Mind block happens to the best of us. Whilst working in a creative industry is great, it can be tricky to stay inspired. As part of our creative process, we decided to give the designers a Creative Challenge: a day to find a solution to a loose brief without limitations and with no client feedback, no constraints and no right or wrong answer.
Imagine being chosen to pose for the cover of Vogue magazine? Well that’s what it felt like when world renowned paper manufacturer Fedrigoni invited JUMP to submit a design for their celebrated Fedrigoni 365 book. More importantly, we were the only North East agency to submit a piece of original artwork.
After three years of teaching primary school, I decided that I wanted a change from the classroom. I had loved my undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in literature where my focus had been on close readings; understanding how subtle shifts in language can alter the whole feel of a text and can create a deliberate impression.
This year's International Women's Day theme is #PressforProgress, providing a call to action that motivates and unites friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive. We asked some of our JUMPers to let us know the people and collectives that inspire them on this day.