Prevent and Protect (an Emberton Group brand) are providers of bed bug protection systems; mattresses and pillow cases to the home,
housing associations and care homes, universities, hospitals, prisons and Hotels.
To help develop the Prevent n Protect brand, create a suite of marketing materials and website that targets and educates a B2B audience on the severity and problem that
bed bug and dust mites pose to a hospitality industry.
We delivered stimulating and creative visual solutions to promote the products by highlighting the 3-in-1 zip around solution that PnP products offer: Allergen free, stain resistant and bug proof.
With high level creative visuals, key messaging and 'in-your-face' images we were able to deliver two brochures; for corporates and resellers, alongside; flyers and a
website solution for our client to use in their ongoing marketing when attending exhibitions around the globe.
- Creative brand development
- Reseller brochure
- Consumer brochure
- Promotional leaflets
The website, designed and developed as a desktop only website, highlights the PnP brand, product and key features. It also acts as a 'go to place' for information on
bed bugs and the health problems and risk they pose to the hospitality industry.
Developed using HTML5 and CSS the websites boasts an eye-catching design, stimulating visuals and easy to use navigational experience with secure access to corporate
and reseller pricing structures.
The account login facility is a simple and very secure system that prompts the user to enter their email address, from which, an automatically generated code/link is
then emailed to that recipient. This code/link is then active for a 'period of time' thus allowing the user secure access on his/her device. No need for remembering or storing password information!
- HTML5 and CSS3 website
- CSS fonts using online web font library
- CSS Animation
- eCommerce store including payment facility via Paypal and Realex
- Data integration with stock holding distribution centre
- iPhone and android compatible