The Design Week top 100 provides a detailed analysis of the financial state of the design industry in Britain, and includes the country’s leading independent agencies. Spring leapt ten places in a year and we’re delighted.
The bold extension of the branding we had already created for DanceEast onto the building itself impressed the judges with its cohesiveness and playful, fluid nature.
Up against global giants including McDonalds, Foot Locker and Lindt, our design strategy for Morocco was Highly Commended, coming second only to ITV Hub.
Striking and meticulously detailed, our illustration for the Unruly Pig was a finalist alongside BAFTA, Coca-Cola and Fortnum & Mason.
The Pig strikes again, this time at Creative Circle, winning a Bronze award for Best Illustration with its blend of craft and audacity.
Rankings are calculated using a combination of financial performance and client ratings, rather than votes, so it’s a true accolade to the Springers that we have featured so high in the national rankings.
More recognition for Spring’s innovative and accessible Wayfinding work at DanceEast
A second Transform award was won for Brand Experience, coming second to retail giants Morrisons.
Completing the hat-trick of awards, our DanceEast brand, with its emphasis on motion and performance, was once again recognised by the Transform judges.
Our striking visual style for the Moroccan National Tourist Office, with its fret-cut Moroccan tile logo, specially designed font and use of vivid imagery, struck Gold.
These awards cover agencies across Europe so it was particularly pleasing to win an award for Morocco in this category.
The awards for Much Morocco keep coming, this time at the Middle East and North Africa Transform Awards.
Another Gold award, thanks to the judges at Transform MENA who loved the work Spring had done for the MNTO.
Once again our visual work on the Morocco campaign won the judges over with its mix of bold creativity, blending Moroccan heritage with striking original work.
There was more recognition for our work on the Morocco campaign, this time in the overall creative strategy category.