Soapbox Communications Limited
Soapbox began in 2008, with two people sharing a rented desk. They’ve grown since then but their goal remains the same – to provide top quality work and excellent customer service to all of their clients. You can find out more about their team members’ individual specialisms below.
Soapbox is a London-based creative communications agency that helps think tanks, academic institutions and research-oriented NGOs to present their ideas – in words and images, in print and online.
They are dedicated to exploring new ways of communicating policy and research content through print publications, infographics, online data tools, dynamic data visualisation, and digital publications readers. As audiences become increasingly bombarded by data and ideas, they are working with their clients to create innovative new products, working at the forefront of both creative print design and web development.
Their clients include Chatham House, the King’s Fund, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, King's College London, NatCen and the Overseas Development Institute.
The agency’s main areas of work are:
Print design – They set around 1000 policy reports and books every year, mostly using templates that they have created, and produce magazines for the Fabian Society, Progress and UNA.
Marketing materials – As well as reports and books , they design and lay out prospectuses, brochures, flyers, posters and other marketing materials.
Branding – This includes simple logos for events or specific campaigns as well as fully fledged organisational visual identities.
Infographics – Much of their work in this area involves data visualisation but they also design process diagrams, maps and data illustrations.
Web development – They have built organisational websites for several of their clients, as well as HTML email templates and innovative data apps.
Editorial – They offer a full range of copywriting, copyediting and proofreading services for print and online communications.
Film – Their work here ranges from quirky animations and live recording of events to in-depth documentaries.See more