Hughes News June 2016

Get animated!

With more than 300 hours of video content uploaded to YouTube every minute, how can you make sure that your next company video resonates with your target audience? The answer may be as simple as creating an animated video. According to Unbounce, animated explainer videos increase conversion rates by 20%. Hughes’ graphic design and video teams have developed a number of animated videos for promotional and educational purposes, providing a unique way to tell our clients’ stories in an engaging way on social media and on their websites  Check out our animation showreel here.

Content team expanded

Hughes has bolstered its content creation capabilities with the appointment of two new staff - Serena Findlay and Susan Carter.
Serena will lead the company’s Digital Video Production unit, working to produce promotional, training and education videos, electronic news releases, internal newscasts and short documentaries. Having successfully run her own video production business since 2010, Serena has earned accolades for her technical skills and admiration for her ability to apply them to effective story telling.
Susan will expand the consultancy’s graphic design services; she brings more than 15 years of experience working in the creation and
application of corporate identities and a passion for building brands in both traditional and digital environments.

Learn more about Serena and Susan

It's not too late to help

More than 105,000 Australians are homeless every night.  Hughes Managing Director Tim Hughes is again participating in the CEO Sleepout - to be held on June 16 - to raise vital funds for Vinnies to help reduce homelessness. It's not too late to help - a $200 donation provides emergency accommodation and food to a family in crisis.  Please click here and help Tim make a difference.

Battle at Flanders Fields remembered

Hughes is delighted to be lending its support to Flanders Fields Poppy Trail (June 2-August 30)  - a series of cultural events and exhibitions commemorating battles in which Australians fought alongside their French and Belgian allies on the Western Front in the Great War (1914-1918).

The Trail has been designed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of Australia’s entry into the Battle of the Somme on the Western Front. The Western Front is the most significant campaign in which South Australians fought and distinguished themselves during the First World War. 

For details on the Trail visit

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