The concept behind the event was to offer a place for conversations between the cultural, tourism and economic development sectors. The event itself was held at The Turner Contemporary and BLACKLIGHT created a brand to reflect the theme of conversation as well as the venue.
BLACKLIGHT created a custom visual identity to reflect the creative industries, ideas and conversations.
The website features a live forum for memebers – an area for discussion before and after the event itself.
BLACKLIGHT created the unique Crossovers branding for both website, print and the event itself.
BLACKLIGHT designed and built the website on a responsive framework. We recognised that the ability to access content and join in the discussion was not only a great feature but also important to the principle of the event itself.
We’ve gave Crossovers a distinctive brand, one which addressed the needs for the present but also looked towards the future.
BLACKLIGHT did an amazing job and really understood where we wanted to head with the site. People are still impressed with the site a year after production – James Kennell, Director of Economy Research, Greenwich University
The Arts Council & University of Greenwich
An events-driven website with a emphasis on accessibility. Built on a responsive design, the website works across desktop, tablet and smartphones with a fully integrated forum which can be accessed from anywhere.
The branding needed to reflect the creative industries, unique space for discussion, collaboration and ideas.