Recent Campaigns

For Mvine’s campaign across Spring and Summer 2019, we ran with a design concept inspired by and in tribute to the great Peter Steiner whose cartoon entitled “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” was published by The New Yorker magazine on 5th July 1993. It shot him to worldwide fame and, in so doing, became a clarion call to the challenges ahead faced by everyone regarding privacy and use of their identity attributes online.


Our design team led by Mike Hurst delivered five explainer videos, one for each of our season’s salesplays, using our key colour orange. These short-form videos are high-visibility but carry no audio tracks. Watch, enjoy and learn but don’t turn up the volume on your device or computer!

Mvine’s One Cyber-Secure Platform: Collaboration Portal

In under 1 minute, this video explains for you a key aspect of Mvine’s One Cyber-Secure Platform from a business perspective. This video looks at the use case of Collaboration Portals.

Mvine’s One Cyber-Secure Platform: Identity Management

In under 1 minute, this video explains for you a key aspect of Mvine’s One Cyber-Secure Platform from a business perspective. This video looks at the use case of Identity Management.

Mvine’s One Cyber-Secure Platform: Secure Mobile Apps

In under 1 minute, this video explains for you a key aspect of Mvine’s One Cyber-Secure Platform from a business perspective. This video looks at the use case of Secure Mobile Apps.

Mvine’s One Cyber-Secure Platform: Mobile Connect

In under 1 minute, this video explains for you a key aspect of Mvine’s One Cyber-Secure Platform from a business perspective. This video looks at the use case of Mobile Connect.

Mvine’s One Cyber-Secure Platform: Mobile Connect - Technical

In under 1 minute, this video explains for you a key aspect of Mvine’s One Cyber-Secure Platform from a technical perspective. This video looks at the use case of Mobile Connect.


For Mvine’s campaign across Autumn and Winter 2018, we took an approach akin to ‘activists for change’. We created placards (real ones) emblazoned in the key colour orange and accent colour of vibrant yellow.

Digital Identity For All.

Our message was unambiguous, brief and simple, as the more effective activists tend to be. In feedback, we were congratulated for the campaign, particularly for its originality and clarity, which is always nice to receive, isn’t it?

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