Have a quick peek below. This is all new work produced since do good formed at the end of 2006.
This is what we do. And we hope you like it.
Christian Aid stand with the world’s poorest people to bring poverty and injustice to an end – regardless of faith or ethnicity.
We were asked to create and produce a press ad to draw attention to the 'Cut the Carbon' march, the longest ever protest march in UK history, designed to raise awareness of climate change.
We have done lots of stuff for Carry Freedom, an innovative bicycle trailer manufacturer based in Scotland. The sample shown is a poster used to promote the bArk dog trailer (pictured below) at events and exhibitions.
Find out more about Carry Freedom on their website www.carryfreedom.com
The Big Green Idea
We created the logo for a new charity called 'The Big Green Idea'. The charity is being set up by Brigit Strawbridge (from the BBC series It's Not Easy Being Green). Find out more on the It's Not Easy Being Green Website Forum
The UK’s leading sustainable transport organisation, Sustrans Scotland, has asked us to design and produce a booklet that outlines best practice case studies in active commuting.
Part of Children In Scotland, Enquire is a national service providing independent advice and information to families of children who need extra help at school. We were asked to create ads to promote the service, and which will appear on bus panels.
We're really pleased with the panels and would like everyone we work with to be as responsive and accomplished as Do Good Advertising.
Sally Cavers, Senior Development Officer
Enquire, Children in Scotland
Working together with Alan O’Hagan Advertising we have created and produced two provocative campaigns for the anti-sectarian organisation. As posters and postcards, the ads will appear in schools, football grounds and other public areas.
An area in which we are very keen to work in, West Glasgow CHCP have asked us to create and produce posters and leaflets to promote both themselves and their health promotion department. We have also recently designed their Capital Plan brochure – bringing a document of facts and figures to life.
The Truth Isn’t Sexy campaign has been devised to expose the truth between human trafficking and prostitution. They contacted us to help get the message out to the general public in the best, most effective way. Here’s a look at our hard-hitting concepts for small space press ads.
We have produced several jobs for Quarriers, one of Scotland's largest care charities.
Here, the manifesto is aimed at MSPs and outlines Quarriers’ vision for a just and accepting society. We came up with the concept of ‘caring hands’ and used this throughout the design.
Many thanks for all your help with the manifesto – it’s a tremendous achievement for the organisation as a whole, and your expertise and understanding has made a significant contribution to the finished result.
Kate Sanford, Policy Officer, Quarriers
Paths to Health is an organisation established to encourage walking for heath improvement in Scotland. In this particular project we designing and producing 3 manuals and accompanying posters and certificates aimed at recruiting and training walk leaders.
In a competitive pitch against a bigger agency (wouldn’t be hard) we picked up the campaign for SCIAF’s Real Gifts. We have focused on the fact that SCIAF is a Scottish based aid agency. We are currently designing the catalogue, posters and press ads. Great fun, and for a really good cause.
Firstly it looks FANTASTIC I'm so excited!! Better than I thought so keep doing what you are doing.