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Serenity in the Lakes

“Our youth justice system should not just be about punishing crime, important though that is; it should also be about reforming offenders. It should provide discipline, purpose, supervision and someone who cares – elements that

Communications

Street food venue in York

We’ve had the pleasure recently of designing the website, communications plan and press releases for Spark:York, a new street food and social hub in York City Centre. Spark:York will consist of 15 upcycled shipping containers,

Branding

Building a brand

Social Vision were contacted by New Harmony Project, a York-based company looking to establish an exciting C.I.C. for start-ups and local entrepreneurs. This really excited us here at Social Vision, and we continue to work

Creating great newsletters

Email newsletters remain one of the most effective ways of getting information to your target audiences. Despite being given a strong run for their money by the immediate and urgent nature of social media, a

Communications

A picture paints a thousand words

Today, Social Vision headed to Holloway, North London, to capture some images of Hibiscus Initiatives; a small voluntary sector organisation providing support for migrants caught up in the UK Criminal Justice System. Due to the

Communications

Selling an experience

A private sector client wanted to showcase it’s venue to it’s target audience, and asked Social Vision to support it to achieve this. Using our in house film-maker, we were able to create a contemporary, cool and engaging

Communications

Introduction to social media

I recently held a social media training session for a small voluntary organisation down in beautiful Wiltshire. This organisation only had four members of staff, with little knowledge or confidence of using social media in

Communications

The Pub and Working Life

We recently created another new website – this time a nice basic gallery-style site for the late artist, Richard Alan Gardham – publife.jaygee.org.uk Richard’s work was displayed, posthumously, at York’s first community pub, The Golden Ball, and the