Member Referral Campaign



Art Direction, Graphic Design

Created a unified visual identity and messaging system for a global and regional program.





WeWork      2018

Copywriter: Reese Fuller

Background


WeWork’s Member Referral Campaign was a global program  running creative at the regional level, causing a wide range of differences in design and copy across WeWork buildings.

Approach


We wanted to and control the program’s creative. By incorporating WeWork’s new design system, our team created a set of design and copy guidelines for regional production.

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Building on 
FrameWork

The Member Referral Campaign was one of the first campaigns we created from the new brand style guide, FrameWork. 

FrameWork was developed by an outside agency and mostly covered foundations around grids and typography. At the time, we didn’t have any set colors or photography rules, so the Member Referral Campaign set out to experiment with the guidelines’ boundaries to make a unique visual identity that still felt related to the larger brand.



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Creative
Guidelines

Layered on top of framework, we decided to mimic the look of currency to highlight the financial reward of the program. We used a single green color and added a gradient map to photos that would help control the variety and quality of photography at the regional level.

For copy, we decided to supply two different options that could target different audiences based on the building’s industries. For example, WeWork buildings with more formal communities might want to use the first copy option, while buildlings with a larger technology or creative community might respond better to the second copy option.


Design


Copy



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Final Assets

In addition to the creative guidelines for regional production, we also created a set of example assets with working files. Below are the suite of print and digital assets marketing teams could choose to use in their communities.






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