Dad.info image and logo
  • 15th March 2016
  • blog, blogging, dad, dad.info, father, parent,

B3 Creative’s MD now blogging at Dad.info

It seems James Marsh, founder of B3 Creative, has decided he isn't busy enough! Now he can be found blogging at Dad.info, a website established by Family Matters Institute. The role of fathers in family life is changing - and probably Read more...

Logo development by B3 Creative for Southwark, Haringey and Lewisham
  • 18th January 2016
  • Barnet, children, Haringey, Heartlands High School, Lewisham council, logo,

Establishing an identity – logo creation

All organisations need a clear identity and we've worked with a number of clients to help them establish a meaningful logo. Here, you can see logos we have developed for Barnet Children's Services, Haringey's Heartlands High School and Read more...

Tim Peake LEGO CITY Space special activity sheet
  • 14th December 2015
  • activity sheet, ISS, LEGO, Peake, space, Tim,

Peake performance – LEGO space activity

To celebrate UK astronaut Tim Peake's incredible journey to the International Space Station, we worked with LEGO and Jazzy Media to create a fun, educational activity sheet that bought together the world's of play, space and Read more...

WMRSP_baby_video
  • 10th June 2015
  • driver, humour, passenger, rider, road safety, West Midlands, youth engagement,

Humour – key to gaining youth engagement

Road safety is something we all could do better at. I know that, you know that and teenagers know that. But telling people again and again that they are doing something wrong can sound hectoring. It can also be counter-productive Read more...

Pupils enjoying a Junior Citizen workshop in Enfield, suing B3 Creative's banners
  • 10th June 2015
  • banners, Enfield, junior citizen, primary school, road safety,

Helping Enfield with Junior Citizen sessions

By the time children get to about 10 or 11 years old, they are champing at the bit to become more independent. Their main sphere of influence has moved from parents to peers. So, they want to spend time with their friends (without mum or Read more...