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Honest's sole aim is to tell the story of any given company's product, brand or service in the most compelling and memorable way possible.

We've even developed a range of products, exclusively for Bark, aimed at smaller start-ups, that contain are most popular products at simple one-off prices: http://www.



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A bold, immersive experience, with a simple, clear, emotive messaging. Less is more. And we've got 3 products, exclusively for Bark, that do just that: http://www.honest-e.co.uk/promo.html

What are we marketing?

Who are we marketing to?

What is the single most important thing we want to communicate?

What is the intended tone of the communication? (Serious, corporate, amusing etc?)

What does the audience currently think?

What evidence is there to believe this?:

Are there any mandatories we need to consider? (colours, logos etc)

Are there any mandatories we need to consider? (colours, logos etc)

Rough budget.

Everything from business cards, stationery, flyers, brochures, presentations, vehicle livery, magazines, billboards, bus sides etc.

Well, I would have to say... no that would be telling...!

Are there any mandatories we need to consider? (colours, logos etc)

Rough budget.

Every job is different. Every client is different.

We wanted to offer our skills to a wider audience, charge reasonably, and be hands on with the whole process.

Many agencies seem to pigeonhole themselves into one industry sector. Our approach to communication, however, has worked across numerous brands, companies and services to great effect. We’re more a jack of all trades, master of, well, quite a few actually. Just ask the likes of Antler, Astra Zeneca, Beaverbrooks, British Airways, Capcom, Caterpillar, Cheshire Building Society, The Conservative Party, Dell, Honda, Johnson & Johnson, Levi’s, MTV (Europe), myebook.com, NHS, P&O, Rockport, Soreen Malt Loaf, Stoke-on-Trent City Council, T-Mobile, Twyford, United Utilities, Universal, University of Central Lancashire and Volkswagen.