envisaging the future of hybrid working to promote workshops and videos

Paul Furey

Paul Furey is a psychologist who supports individuals and organisations to run their businesses in open and honest ways.

Hybrid working films and workshops landing page

Paul Furey, after having worked with us for 9 years, wanted to launch a set of workshops and videos to support businesses and teams transitioning to a hybrid working model. The landing page needed to differentiate his offering and carry the unique character he, with our support, had developed over the years.

We came up with the idea of an imagined future, where hybrid working was the norm. Taking inspiration from Hanna-Barbera’s  “The Jetsons” we created a set of illustrations to use throughout the landing page.

An illustration of a chair, computer, and plant for Paul Furey's Hybrid Working landing page
An illustration of a chair, computer, and plant for Paul Furey's Hybrid Working landing page
An illustration of a television for Paul Furey's Hybrid Working landing page
An illustration of a television for Paul Furey's Hybrid Working landing page
As soon as I got talking to Paul, now some years ago, I knew that there wasn’t going to be a sales pitch. In fact their methodology rather had me pitching to them. Their research of my company turned out to be meticulous and their taste for simplicity in everything, infectious. Over the years they have made and saved my company many multiples of their fees with their original, honest and loyal approach to my brand. I am proud to regard them as part of my team (I hope they don’t mind).
Paul Furey
Professional psychologist
Illustrations for Paul Furey's Hybrid Working landing page

The landing page, helped by the illustrations, differentiated Paul Furey from his boring and non-characteristic competitors.

Anyone working with Paul Furey and his team knows that they approach their workshops, consultations, and training resources with a personal and caring flair. The landing page supported this message, giving potential clients an initial taste of what they would expect when working with Paul Furey.