A campaign by Rated People gives us insight into the trends that are devaluing our homes. Better still, they have made sure sites link to a landing page with the full research and that landing page then links to a hero category page to pass the authority.
This is a great and fairly simple piece by Louise Parker on behalf Carwow. I assume they have scraped some kind of information site to produce this info, otherwise there's a lot of manual work there. This kind of content piece is doing really well at the minute, as it's positive, interesting and not virus related.
This interactive piece by Beggars shows us the independant record stores that we should be supporting during this crisis. It's been designed really beautifully and the idea could be replicated across other verticals.
A piece for Draper Tools using simple survey data to find out which jobs satisfy us the most. As you can imagine this is really topical as the sun is finally atarting to come out and we're all in the house doing odd jobs. I'm sure I spotted there was an agency behind this but I can't remember which one (will correct if I find out!).
Another simple and topical campaign from M&S. They seem to be brilliant at reacting to situations and tying their activity in with PR. Other companies can take note of this kind of activity to create bespoke packages.
As the industry embraces remote working and social distancing becomes a way of life, taking care of your mental health has never been more important. These virtual hour long yoga classes facilitated by Access Intelligence are designed especially for people in comms.