Visi Cape Quarter Campaign

Visi is seen as the curator of all things creative and beautiful, whether that be in graphic design, architecture or industrial design.

Our brief was to create posters and wobblers that could be placed in stores and on products that got Visi’s stamp of approval within the Cape Quarter shopping mall in Cape Town.


Work done at NetworkBBDO.

Good Hope FM Stationery

Good Hope FM felt it was time to redesign their stationery – something clean, modern and functional to represent their brand.


Work done at NetworkBBDO.

Die Burger


The brief was to increase sales of Die Burger (An Afrikaans newspaper) in selected stores and to get new and existing readers to live our “Get Talking” philosophy.


Our solution: consumers received a free cup of coffee when they purchased Die Burger. We used the shape of the cup and the way people use it to raise controversial issues. Readers could comment on these issues via a text message. The best opinions were published in the next day’s edition.


The result saw sales of Die Burger in these selected stores increased by 25% and thousands of text-message opinions were received.


Work done at DraftFCB.

Attix5 Cloud Forum Conference

Stand and Collateral Design

Attix5 launched their new product at the annual Cloud Forum Conference held in the UK.

We were tasked with creating a show-stopping stand, a flyer and a coffee cup wrap.

The Attix5 stand was an overwhelming success, leading to the conference organisers initiating a stand prize as of 2015.

TopTV Decoder

Decoder Packaging

The design of the limited edition TopTV decoder box reflected the aspect of a brighter world. The actual decoder unit was housed inside a perspex box with a South African flag in the TopTV colours wrapped around the decoder.

The cardboard box in which the decoder sat was die-cut, allowing the TopTV logo stripes on the user manual to be visible and reveal colour. Most manuals are used only when setting up the item, but the TopTV one was designed to be a functional – hence the back panel of the manual acted as a picture frame.


Work done at NetworkBBDO