Like any passionate content creators, we care about crafting original ideas with a creative edge. In fact, we apply creative thinking to everything we do – from initial ideas, right through to execution.

We love to create concepts that have an impact on viewers, conveying the right messaging while complementing your brand; all sprouting from a great initial idea.

Creating solutions to comms problems

Whatever your comms need, we’ve got the solution. If your company is suffering from a communication issue, or is looking for original campaign concepts, our team of creatives is on hand to help. From executing screen solutions, to crafting original campaign concepts, we can engage your customers through our great ideas, exciting designs and creative copywriting. At Saturn, we get to the bottom of each and every brief by collaborating with key stakeholders and employees, and utilising our findings to shape our ideas. We thrive off problem solving. So if you want to put us to the test, simply get in touch.

Here’s one we did earlier

We recently worked with Manchester Piccadilly train station to help reduce platform crowding through a creative Customer Information Screen. The station was facing an issue where passengers were waiting on platforms instead of in the dedicated waiting areas, therefore causing crowding and a potential health and safety risk. They were looking for a solution that reduced platform crowding in a creative and eye-catching way. To help resolve this issue, we created a screen solution that informed passengers how far from the platform their train was, with up-to-the-minute arrival information. The screens helped to reduce platform crowding, and actually helped the station’s retail businesses by driving passenger footfall.

Don’t take our word for it

Our years of experience mean that we’re experts in generating ideas for your business. We’ve helped a number of exciting brands execute their strategy via creative concepts for both campaigns and screen solutions. We’ve helped businesses like The Car People, who wanted to engage customers in waiting areas, and Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, who wanted to redefine their patients’ hospital experience.