We create engagement strategies that enable our clients to explore complex social and environmental challenges. Our resourcefulness, expertise and creativity generate maximum impact for target audiences. We use strategy to form a narrative arc of engagement in bespoke formats that bubble with energy and imagination.
Our workshops tap into our participants personal experience of the target issue, encouraging them to reflect and share in a convivial environments. We use fun, playful activities to promote participation. A mix of serious analysis and creative exercises challenge people to think, work and express themselves in new ways.
We design exhibitions and participatory installations that communicate complex contemporary issues. Our exhibitions connect people with personal dimensions of social and environmental issues. The installations enable a visible contribution to signify participant’s involvement and experience.
“This is another kind of shared text; instead of passively receiving plans you are engaging with the real trade offs. This is a different frame to receive scientific information in.”
John Grant writing about Creative Data in his book Co-opportunity, published by Wiley in 2010
“Climate change and population growth are going to put a huge amount of pressure on this part of the world. It’s fantastic that those who will have to deal with the long-term impact of these pressures are being given the chance to shape discussions about them.”
Rachel Dyson from Anglian Water talking about The Butterfly Effect
“Feels like we’re fluttering around in a child’s imagination.
So glad the exhibition shows the kindness and warmth of children.
I think us grown ups with posh shoes have a lot to learn.”
Visitor’s feedback at The Butterfly Effect Schools Exhibition, 2012