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VIDAR Media Group

Upcroft House
Moor Park
Harrogate HG3 1QN

T: 01423 520801
F: 0870 7058928

VIDAR Media is a leading brand development and corporate communication studio with a unique insight into the specialist demands of the heritage and cultural tourism sectors.  VIDAR Media provides clients with a completely integrated brand, visual identity, audience development and marketing solution.  Whether a logo design for a small local museum, an integrated visual identity for a multi-site museum trust, detailed visitor profiling and audience development for a leading national museum, or the creation of a high level tourism strategy for a regional authority, VIDAR Media can tailor a team and resources to the most specific client needs.

The design, brand development and marketing teams at VIDAR Media believe in a holistic approach to brand, identity and marketing; they are as much about attitude and behaviour as they are about a logo, imagery and advertising. VIDAR Media brings a wealth of experience to all projects, uncovering the essence of an organization before beginning to develop and test a visual expression.  Whatever your project, however large or small, VIDAR Media will provide the highest levels of insight and creativity.

Recent clients include:
Bassetlaw Museum, Nottinghamshire (visual identity)
County Waterford, Ireland (tourism strategy)
Edmund Rice International Heritage Centres, worldwide (brand and visual identity)
Ironbridge Gorge, Shropshire (audience development, brand identity, design)
JORVIK Viking Centre, York (brand, visual identity, design)
Kelham Island Museum, Sheffield (brand identity and design)
Keswick Museum, Lake District (brand identity, audience development)
Labin Art Republic, Croatia (tourism strategy)
Liverpool: European Capital of Culture (audience development)
McKinsey & Company (strategic tourism planning)
National Trust (audience development)
Reykjanesbaer, SW Iceland (tourism strategy)
Rugby Football Museum (brand identity, audience development, design)
St George’s Hall, Liverpool (design)