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June 9, 2016
CartoConsult 3D Visualisations Add a Creative Edge to University Prospectus Brochures

Swindon, UK, 09 June 2016 – CartoConsult has completed a 3D mapping project for Pearson’s Business School, London. Commissioned by Hunterlodge Advertising, CartoConsult produced a range of 3D images for Pearson Business School and Escape Studio’s 2016 prospectus brochures. Views of Holborn and Shepherds Bush – two of the campus areas – were created as high resolution outputs.

 

Sabina Lee, Senior Account Manager at Hunterlodge, commented on the bespoke nature of the maps. “We used CartoConsult for maps within both of their upcoming university prospectuses for Pearson. We discovered CartoConsult after Pearson spotted a CartoConsult 3D map creation used to illustrate a feature in The Evening Standard newspaper. Creating our standard university maps in 3D brought them to life and added an additional depth of interest. CartoConsult was very helpful throughout the process, from the initial conversation right through to a very speedy delivery and cost effective solution.”

 

“The Pearson marketing team and our agency creative team are very pleased with the final look and feel of the 3D Maps, and will certainly consider CartoConsult for any future mapping needs,” added Lee.

 

“Computer generated 3D maps can add an interesting dimension to marketing campaigns. When Hunterlodge contacted us, we were extremely happy to be able to work on something outside of our normal target sector and adding yet more value to our 3D building models library. The fact we could give multiple angles and views allowed Hunterlodge to choose and select exactly the correct images for the brochures,” said Tim Hughes, Marketing Manager of CartoConsult. “It has been an interesting introduction into the creative marketing world and we look forward to working on future projects in this area.”

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