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For many commercial brands, sustainability is little more than a buzzword or afterthought. For Logitech, it’s a conscious design decision. But how does one of the world’s biggest hardware companies communicate its position authentically?
Inspired by what pathologists see looking through their microscopes, we brought to life the urgent need and purpose behind their vocation.
A series of films exploring the enduring relationship between people and nature and how they've shaped the South Downs National Park.
In its mission to end factory farming for good, Compassion in World Farming
needed to show its supporters why their continued contribution matters so much.
How do you persuade 1.8 billion people to take one action to help protect the environment?
A clean, natural brand for a new ethical cosmetics retailer. One that delivers an important message about the sustainability of the beauty industry.
Building responsible practices throughout supply chains is a complex, challenging business. Those who can make it simpler will stand out.
The NHS has a major role to play in sustainability. Here's how we brought to life the impact that the award-winning Care Without Carbon approach is having at Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust.
Deforestation and land degradation pose significant threats to the environment, across the world. Not only is it a major contributor to climate change, it can have locally devastating consequences for biodiversity and communities. Tackling that challenge is a complex and urgent business.
From how to wash your hands correctly to where to dispose of rubbish, NHS staff are bombarded by messages, rules and advice every day.
We'd worked with True Technology and knew they had great products. Sure Chill stood out and became a stand alone brand which we helped define for the market with a simple but powerful brand identity.
It’s not tick-boxes and spreadsheets that best represent FLOCERT’s role in the world: it’s their ability to deliver fair global trade that everyone can believe in.
When he came to power, David Cameron promised to create the “greenest government ever”. Stop Climate Chaos – a coalition of the UK’s leading charities including Oxfam, Greenpeace and WWF-UK – wanted to make sure he did. So we created a campaign to launch on the first day of parliament that reminded politicians that green business means business.
Pukka is that rare thing — a company
whose very business model in itself
WWF-UK asked Neo to create a data visualisation that would bring the environmental story of their new office building to life, and influence staff and visitor behaviour through display of live data across the site.
The opportunity to work on a public-facing campaign for one of the world’s leading environmental charities can be as daunting as it is exciting.
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