Draftcat is an innovative startup whose extraordinary - but modest at the same time - creators are planning to conquer the creative industry all over the world. And our job is to help them. DraftCat logo made by us in two colours - cat ears are of course no accident
GoalsThe main goal was to make a brand with a capital B. A brand which will hyper-fast differ the service from its competitors. And also make the potential client thinking 'hey, this is something for me!' just when he visits the site for the first site.
Target groupOur target became people from broadly defined creative industry - graphic designers, owners or managers of creative agencies and print houses, copywriters, etc. Simply talking - people whose life is filled with blood, toil, tears and sweat, but also joy and satisfaction from making something new.
In this case, the strategy was simple - do everything to be hail-fellow-well-met with the target group, take liberties with her, and then become a useful and welcomed companion of everyday toil. And of course receive a nice bowl full of tasty cat food in form of as big amount of premium registered accounts as possible for it.and this is how the business cards look - their job is to astonish our clients
How did it all proceed? First of all, we created the brand itself - the service name and logo, which fits the rest quite neatly. Secondly, we created a brand hero - the cat named Draft. Why a cat? Because cats are like people form creative industry - they always go their own way. Thirdly, we took care that the website will cause a major concern with all global competitors - responsive web design, brand hero, minimalistic design, good copywriting, it all had its significance. Fourth, we designed various gadgets and promotional materials. And fifth - we whispered here and there on the web that we have got here a neat, cool service for creative industry. this is how the website looks on tablets
The effect of our actions is a recognisable brand (our users' favourite is the cat itself) and a website, designed according to all newest global trends (also including support for mobile devices which still isn't a common thing in Poland). Moreover, we did a some kind of blitzkrieg on the web to grab potential clients' attention, which resulted in many positive publications on related message boards and blogs. E.g. one of the most popular polish blogs, Antyweb:
DraftCat - it's all about approach to a blogger brand hero in few versions (including the first concept-arts)
Our clients almost poured their coffee all over themselves when the saw effects of our work for the first time. Lets just mention here that they didn't complain at all, despite the fact that it was a really good coffee, poured on some pretty expensive clothes. But did the DraftCat users also stained their clothes by their hot beverages? We don't know that, but the rapidly increasing amount of registered accounts in the service tells us that maybe it did in fact happen.
„It's done just the way it should be done - nothing to add!”
The Project Manager of DraftCat