Healthcare technology branding & website design

iVACC

Wellbeing

Services provided

  • Brand Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Website Design

Project overview

We worked with Manchester based healthcare technology startup to develop a strong brand identity and website presence to drive downloads of the organisations childhood and travel vaccinations tracking app.

Our work with iVACC has enabled the brand to establish itself as leader in the space amongst healthcare professionals, the wider healthcare market and consumers.

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Branding, website design & marketing materials

iVACC approached us with just an idea, following our branding process we got to the route of the purpose of the app and business to go on and develop a fresh brand identity focused on building trust. We did this by using updated colour palette used across the medical sector, we then create a unique brand icon that formed part of the typography but when taken out and used as a standalone icon could be flipped to create the shape of a person. The brand was applied across business stationery, marketing materials, app and website design.

Once we had completed the branding process, we got started on creating a website focused on driving app downloads built using WordPress.  The copywriting and imagery was used to build brand trust and regular calls to action help drive people to take action by downloading the app from the App Store. The website has been successful in onboarding hundreds of signups, driving customer acquisitions.

A trustworthy, future-proof brand

We loved working with iVACC and pleased the work we completed has not only driven new customer acquisition for the healthcare startup but also made it easier for parents and people travelling to keep track of vaccinations to ensure they’re protected and don’t duplicate vaccination doses.

5* Drum Recommended agency & Certified B Corp

What our partners say

Amaranth

When Amaranth Wellbeing approached us after the 1st UK lockdown they needed to grow online sales. Despite being an essential retailer and being able to open, footfall in their Manchester City Centre store was little to none existent with people choosing to stay local. Amaranth was able to keep their Bramhall store open and sales were steady over the period as people looked to invest in their health and wellbeing.

The wellbeing brand already had an online website but it wasn’t performing well and they needed an overhaul after four years of slow online sales and a site that was struggling to keep up with other ecommerce websites in the wellbeing space.