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Brand Guidelines November 2014


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hi

Welcome to the MoneySuperMarket brand guidelines

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We’ve written this to give you confidence when working with our brand. We want to help you feel sure you’re expressing our brand in just the right way. We’re excited that you’re going to promote our brand and help even more people save money. But all great brands have one thing in common: consistency. So we want to give you the tools you need to help us spread that epic feeling. Please read these guidelines, and refer to them as often as you like. You’ll be SO MoneySuperMarket.

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Contents Welcome to our brand

06 Brand Role

How we look

08 18 20 28 36 46 50 60

How we talk

68 Tone of voice

Getting in touch

78 Contact

Logo Brand name Typography Colour Brand disc Iconography Illustrations Imagery

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Welcome to our brand• Brand role

Brand role

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Welcome to our brand• Brand role

Our brand role

Save money, feel epic Saving money

We’re obsessed with saving our customers money. We believe everyone deserves to get the most from their hard-earned cash. It’s why we get up in the morning; it’s what we do all day. So far, it’s going pretty well. We’ve saved our customers shedloads. Over £1 billion in fact. Which would fill quite a few sheds.

Feeling epic

We know how truly fabulous it feels to save money. And as a brand, we love sharing that feeling. Celebrating how epic we help our customers feel is what makes us extra special.

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How we look• Logo

Logo

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How we look• Logo

Meet our lovely logo. We want to be completely consistent, so we’re always instantly recognisable.

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1. The stack logo This is primary logo. It’s our favourite – and should always be used where it can be. 2. The stack logo (Monochrome) Use this where you’re working in black and white.

3. The disc logo Use this version on coloured backgrounds or images. 4. The stack logo (Reversed) Use this only on the MoneySuperMarket primary colours. (See page 30 for colour guides)

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How we look• Logo

Exclusion zone - Logos need space to stand out, so we’ve set an exclusion zone around ours.

Use the size of the .com disc to create a clear space without interference. This allows our logo to be seen and shine.

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How we look• Logo

Keeping it simple - We want our logo to be used as consistently as possible, so here’s our guide on what to do and what not to.

Don’t rotate the logo.

Don’t Change the proportions in any way

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How we look• Logo

Definite no-nos

DON’T Use any effects, such as drop shadow

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DON’T Add any embellishments, such as bevels, textures or key lines


How we look• Logo

DON’T Reduce the opacity

DON’T Alter the colour or composition in any way

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How we look• Logo

When you’re using our logo with backgrounds, here are some dos and don’ts

DON’T Place the logo on backgrounds that make it recessive in any way

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DON’T Place it on any clashing or non-brand colour


How we look• Logo

DON’T Use the stacked logo directly on an image

ALWAYS Use the disc logo instead

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How we look• Logo

Our logo with other brands Sometimes you’ll need to use our logo within a partner’s brand environment. In this situation, we use special rules to enable our partner’s brand to shine.

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How we look• Logo

Working with a partner brand Always use the reversed stack logo. It is only in this situation that the colour of our logo can be changed, or where it can be put on a background image.

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In association with

Data provided by

In association with

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How we look• Logo/brand name

There might be times when you can’t use the logo, in which case, use our brand name ‘MoneySuperMarket’ Here are 3 rules for our brand name: 1 Don’t abbreviate it, e.g. MSM 2 Don’t cut it up, e.g. Money Super Market 3 Don’t write ‘.com’ afterwards

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How we look• Logo/brand name

This is how our brand name is always written, with 3 capital letters, and all in one word:

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Mauris nec mattis ante. Donec commodo diam a velit dictum, id pretium magna sodales. Vestibulum metus mi, vehicula nec metus sit amet, gravida aliquam mauris. Nam sed nisl eu nunc tincidunt facilisis ac quis enim. tempus libero MoneySuperMarket lacus ac finibus vehicula. Interdum et malesuada fames ac ante ipsum primis in faucibus. Nulla a sem vel quam sollicitudin gravida. Nunc sit amet odio aliquam, tempus libero et, blandit quam. Phasellus euismod eleifend lorem vel iaculis. Pellentesque dui mi, gravida semper auctor eget, maximus et nisl. Phasellus dapibus malesuada. 19


How we look• Typography

Typography

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How we look• Typography

We use typography to clarify and enhance what we want to say. Simple, consistent typography helps our customers focus on what our messages mean to them. And having strong design personality helps us build the integrity of our brand.

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How we look• Typography

Let’s meet our identity typeface

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How we look• Typography

Headline typeface

Content typeface

Gotham Ultra

Open Sans Semibold/Semibold Italic

ABCDEFGHIJKLMN OPQRSTUVWXYZ 1234567890!#£%

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnop abcdefghijklmnop 1234567890!@#£%

Gotham Black

Open Sans Light/ Light Italic

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 1234567890!#£%

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnop abcdefghijklmnop 1234567890!@#£%

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How we look• Typography

Gotham Ultra

Gotham Ultra must only appear in upper case with no punctuation. This is for delivering key messages with impact. Only use this typeface for punchy statements. Settings:: Type size and leading must be equal in values: Tracking: 10 Where to use:

Brand Disc

Headlines

Headings

Short Statements

Colour appearance:

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Type size: 40 pt, Leading: 40 , Tracking: 10

Type size: 30 pt, Leading: 30 , Tracking: 10

HUGE SAVINGS

HUGE SAVINGS

SAVE MONEY FEEL EPIC

SAVE MONEY FEEL EPIC


How we look• Typography

Gotham Black

This is for delivering important headlines, introductions, so keep it to just small paragraphs. Never use in all caps. Settings: Type size and leading must be equal in values: Tracking: 10 Where to use:

Brand Disc

Headings

Short Statements

Sub Headings

Calls To Action

Colour appearance:

Type size: 30 pt, Leading: 30 , Tracking: 10

Type size: 18 pt, Leading: 18 , Tracking: 10

Paying too much for your car insurance?

Paying too much for your car insurance?

Car insurance – your first step to a whole world of epic.

Car insurance – your first step to a whole world of epic.

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How we look• Typography

Open Sans Semibold

This is used to highlight key information within body copy, topic headings and instructions to support UX journeys. Settings: Leading: Auto, Tracking: 0 Where to use:

Brand Disc

Sub Headings

Subject titles

Content

Instructions

Colour appearance:

Type size: 18 pt, Leading: Auto , Tracking: 0

Example in context: Type size: 9 pt, Leading: Auto , Tracking: 0

10 ways to winter-proof your home

Heat of the moment It’ll come as no surprise to many of us. The same research found almost a third (29%) of UK adults admit to arguing with (or being annoyed by) the people they live with over temperature tampering. The secret heaters aren’t the stealthiest bunch though: 63% have been caught in the act - 37% of whom were women. Almost a third of men (29%) deny ever touching the thermostat, while one in 10 women refuse to take the blame.

Type size: 18 pt, Leading: Auto , Tracking: 0

And what does it all boil down to? Bills, of course: 44% of those who have argued about it said it was because they were worried about the cost of putting the heating on.

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In fact, we’re so fearful of running up big bills that more than half of us would sooner put on an extra jumper than line the pockets of our energy supplier.

‘Avoid overpaying’ Stephen Murray, energy expert at MoneySuperMarket, said: “With a quarter of Brits admitting to arguing about the heating of their home, it’s unsurprising to hear that the main cause for concern lies in the cost. As we approach the winter months, these arguments will no doubt become more frequent. “The fact that over half of Brits claim that they’d rather put on extra clothing than succumb to putting the heating on and endure high costs, shows the nation is still concerned with the price they pay for their energy.

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How we look• Typography

Open Sans Light

This typeface is for main body copy, leading intro paragraphs. Settings: Leading: Auto, Tracking: 0 Where to use:

Brand Disc

Sub Headings

Content

Colour appearance:

Type size: 30 pt, Leading: Auto , Tracking: 0

Type size: 18 pt, Leading: Auto , Tracking: 0

More savings could be waiting for you.

You bought car insurance from us, but we want you to feel epic all over again. So how about Free Boiler Cover when you buy your home insurance. Just because it’s you.

Type size: 11 pt, Leading: Auto , Tracking: 0

Type size: 8 pt, Leading: Auto , Tracking: 0

We help our customers to save money on all of their household bills by providing a free, easy to use online service so they can compare a wide range of products in one place and find the product most suited to their needs. Our size means we are able to offer our customers exclusive, market-leading deals, including some they can’t even get direct from providers.

We help our customers to save money on all of their household bills by providing a free, easy to use online service so they can compare a wide range of products in one place and find the product most suited to their needs. Our size means we are able to offer our customers exclusive, market-leading deals, including some they can’t even get direct from providers.

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How we look• Colour

Colour

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How we look• Colour

We use colour to get noticed and give us personality. Our colours are bright, bold and friendly.

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How we look• Colour

Primary colours

We use this colour to articulate good news

This is our primary colour

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Blue

Purple

Pink

White

HEX

#00ADF2

#562576

#EC008A

#FFFFFF

RGB

0 - 173 - 242

86 - 37 - 116

236 - 0 - 138

255 - 255 - 255

CMYK

69 - 16 - 0 - 0

81 - 100 - 19 - 7

0 - 100 - 0 - 0

0-0-0-0

Pantone

2925 C

268 C

219 C


How we look• Colour

Secondary colours

Call to action colour

Sand

Grey

Ash

Green

#F4F4F4

#949899

#2C3134

#44A601

244 - 244 - 244

148 - 152 - 153

44 - 49 - 52

68 - 166 - 1

3-2-2-0

45 - 34 - 35 - 1

74 - 64 - 60 - 59

75 - 9 - 100 - 1

663 C

Cool Gray 7 C

426 C

361 C

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How we look• Colour

Colour ratios in design - these are the proportions we like to use for our colours. And how we combine colours with type. We’ve matched the colour of typeface with the background colour so you can see the recommended combinations.

A A

A A Blue

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Lots of white space is good. We like that.

A A A A A A

A Purple

Pink

White


How we look• Colour

A A A A A A

A Sand

A Grey

A Ash

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How we look• Colour

Using gradients: Sometimes we use subtle gradients to add a little depth and dimension, but don’t overdo it Only use gradients on these colours. Use sparingly on large surfaces or buttons to add depth where appropriate. Always have the darker colour at the bottom, or to the left of the gradient trajectory.

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How we look• Colour

#00ADF2

#562576

#EC008A

#44A601

0 - 173 - 242

86 - 37 - 116

236 - 0 - 138

68 - 166 - 1

69 - 16 - 0 - 0

81 - 100 - 19 - 7

0 - 100 - 0 - 0

75 - 9 - 100 - 1

2925 C

268 C

219 C

361 C

Blue

Purple

Pink

Green

#0096F2

#421C57

#d3027c

#3A8D01

0 - 150 - 242

66 - 28 - 87

211 - 2 - 124

58 -141 - 1

72 - 34 - 0 - 0

84 - 100 - 33 - 29

14 - 100 - 14 - 0

79 - 21 - 100 - 7

279 C

2627 C

Rubine Red C

362 C

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How we look• brand disc

Brand disc

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How we look• brand disc

This is our primary visual device, and we use it a lot. Here’s our guide on how to use it.

WE PUT

key messages in here

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How we look• Brand disc

WE USE IT ON IMAGES To deliver clear, unobstructed messages

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How we look• Brand disc

When our disc isn’t used on images, it can only appear in these solid colours. Don’t forget about the rules on colour and type. Please see page 30 for colour and type guide.

THIS ONE ,

&

THIS ONE MOSTLY

THIS ONE

when we have good news to share

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How we look• Brand disc

Enjoy using our brand disc We’d like you to use your creativity when using the disc. Here are some examples to guide you

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No.

Hello

#EPIC

£

120 25

CASHBACK Until 30/07*

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PROVIDER 2013

EPIC SAVINGS on home insurance

on car insurance

£

THIS BANK HOLIDAY

ELEPHUNK

SAVE UP TO

I saved £150 on my car insurance last year and I feel epic. Mitch, Chester

FILL UP FOR LESS

XMAS SAVINGS

WINTER WARMERS

Massive savings on energy bills

SHOP NOW

FREE Unlimited Broadband for 3 months*

OUR

Your car insurance is running out!

2 1

LOWEST PRICE

3 8 0 9

hours

mins

£

220

secs

per year

RENEW NOW

A Thank you for buying with us again

FREE

breakdown cover for 6 months*


How we look• Brand disc

Using a secondary disc Often we use a second disc to add useful information and enhance the main one.

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The secondary disc should only be positioned at the 45 degree axis of the main disc.

They should not be placed on top of, on the sides or any other random positions.

It should not be positioned too deep into the disc as it won’t look very good. We recommend an overlap of no more than half the depth of the smaller disc.

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How we look• Brand disc

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Placing the brand disc - Use the rule of thirds to determine the size and position of our brand disc on your canvas

Make your disc around one third of the image width (landscape) or height (portrait).

Portrait orientation

Landscape orientation

You can place it to the left, centre or right, as shown below. You don’t have to be mathematically precise.


How we look• Brand disc

Here’s where the rule of thirds won’t work so well, so best avoid it

Avoid placing the disc in square or narrow canvases as the ratio of thirds cannot effectively be applied - this will alter the characteristic of the composition. We don’t like that.

Portrait orientation

Landscape orientation

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How we look• Brand disc

Also avoid these mishaps

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How we look• Brand disc

You can say that MoneySuperMarket is a visually circular kind of brand, and so the use of circular graphic elements as a design feature is a useful recurring idea to use. Here we touch on the subject of where the brand disc crosses paths with design features.

So when is it a disc and when is it a design feature? The brand disc is a device used primarily to deliver key messages in areas that require clearance zone (images, scenic illustrations etc.). It also serves as a mechanism to highlight or prioritise important clusters of information. Here we would like to help you determine where and when it is appropriate to use. For example confined spaces like banner ads, or mobile screens would not be a good place to effectively use the disc as the copy in it would most likely be too small to read. This is where the circular graphic element can be used instead and it can be used in slightly different ways to the disc, allowing you greater design freedom.

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Offer ends 29th Oct

EPIC SAVINGS

on travel insurance Offer ends 29th Oct

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How we look• Iconography

Iconography

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How we look• Iconography

We use line drawing icons. They are uncomplicated, familiar and friendly just like we are.

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How we look• Iconography

How to draw icons in our house style; here are a few simple guidelines

Keep the proportions within four equal sides.

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No sharp edges and all end points should be rounded.


How we look• Iconography

Size matters

Recommended size range

Not too small

The details of the icons should always be clearly visible, so avoid using them in very small sizes.

Not too large

They should still look like icons and nothing more significant, e.g. They shouldn’t be used as a design feature. Use illustrations for that.

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How we look• Illustrations

Illustrations

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How we look• Illustrations

Our illustrations are the free-range version of our icons: a bit more fun and livelier.

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How we look• Illustrations

They can be a collection of individual items. Artistically displayed...

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How we look• Illustrations

...or they can be assembled in a scene to tell a story

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How we look• Illustrations

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...or drawn in a visual diagram to help bring contents to life. You just need to follow a few guidelines


How we look• Illustrations

Here are some dos and don’ts in illustrations

FREE GIFT

No human characters or faces are allowed. We articulate ideas in illustrations when we cannot feature people in photographic images. Animals and plants are okay, just not people. If you would like to use people, use photography.

It should always be featured on the cyan background...

...or on magenta when we have good news and positivity to announce, but it should not appear on any other colours.

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How we look• Illustrations

How to draw our house style illustrations The concept of the illustrations are as if they have been drawn from a single pen line. So it is very important that line weights of all items featured in each scene/applications are consistent to reflect the concept. The illustrations must look like hand drawings, so no super straight lines, perfect circles and sharp angles. They need to appear organic.

All illustrations should look like they have been drawn from the same pen with a consistent stroke.

Strokes must look hand drawn and be finished with a round edge.

All objects should be constructed of lines only.

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Never use a perfectly straight line and never finish with a clean break.

Filled objects should be avoided.


How we look• Illustrations

Creating the ‘hand drawn’ effect to our illustrations is easy, here’s how to do it.

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The simplest way to create our ‘hand drawn’ style is to use Adobe Illustrator’s ‘Wrinkle tool’. Find the wrinkle tool in the left handside tool bar. It’s about half way down. Double click on the icon to open the options menu as seen below.

From the settings, change the values in Wrinkle Options to below. Wrinkle Tool Options Global Brush Dimensions

First draw your objects normally.

Determining a suitable brush size is essential to getting the wrinkle effect right. Too big and it will over distort your drawing.

Too small and the effect will be too detailed.

Width:

20mm

Height:

20mm

Angle: Intensity:

0

U

50%

P

P n

se ressure e

Wrinkle Options Horizontal:

20%

Vertical:

20%

Complexity:

1 1

Detail:

Show Brush Size

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It has to be just right. Be subtle when applying the effect. Use the edges of the brush to create the effect and apply gently.

Don’t place the brush in the centre of the object. This will over apply the effect.

Don’t over apply the wrinke effect. It’s a fine line between “hand drawn” and “drunk drawn”.

Brush Size may be interactively changed by holding down the Option Key before clicking with the tool.

Reset

Cancel

OK

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How we look• Illustrations

The all-important line width Getting the line width correct is critical. All our illustrations must look like they have been drawn by the same pen. Using a consistent stroke weight will help here. However, this should not be a strict mathematical governing rule. In some instances smaller objects or objects with intricate detail may require slightly thinner stroke weight than larger objects in the same scene. Please use the the pencil example on this page for reference.

Consistent stroke weights.

Uneven strokes is a ‘no no’ on a single object.

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Optically apply average strokeweight for scenes with multiple objects of varied complexities.

Camera stroke - 6 pt Pencil exterior - 5 pt, stripe - 4 pt.

Uneven strokes is worse in a scene with multiple objects.

All stroke at 6 pt compromises pencil details.


How we look• Illustrations

If you need help or assets please reach out to our creative team.

Creative creative@moneysupermarket.com

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How we look• Imagery

Imagery

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How we look• Imagery

IMAGES

speak louder than words

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How we look• Imagery

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How we look• Imagery

Here are some guidelines and considerations for selecting images for MoneySuperMarket

Choosing the right imagery to convey our brand role can be tricky. If you can answer ‘yes’ to all these questions then you’ll get it just right: Does the image feature people in it? Are these people feeling epic? Are they real, ordinary everyday people and not supermodels? Does the image feel natural, observed and real? Is the image in full colour and free of any colour treatment? Does the image feel candid and unique? Are there any suitable items in the image to retouch with our brand colours - cyan, purple or magenta? If you would like to deliver messages on the image, are you able to include the brand disc without obscuring the main subjects?

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How we look• Imagery

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How we look• Imagery

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How we look• Imagery

Here are types of images to avoid

Images with no people, part people or abstracts of people.

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Images with sad, unhappy, Images that are studio serious people, out of shot, too staged, too posed, context or unrelated to MSM. unnatural or feature models.

Black & white, sepia, colour tone images, too abstract or treated with graphic effects.


How we look• Imagery

Here are some image and copy treatment guides

Typography should never be laid directly onto images

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on travel insurance

nor should it be used on anything but the brand disc

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on travel insurance

and if you have a lot to say, this is not the place to say it

EPIC SAVINGS

on travel insurance Nulla eget magna luctus, tempor nulla ut, volutpat elit. Donec a risus maximus, semper diam non, sollicitudin velit. Nam vel leo vulputate, interdum sapien luctus, pharetra lacus.

Copy in the disc should always be direct, short messages only.

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How we talk• Tone of voice

Tone of voice

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How we talk• Tone of voice

Our tone of voice helps us guide every customer through a journey to saving money and feeling epic. Our tone stays consistent, but we adapt to how our customers are feeling in different situations, so we’re always responding to their needs.

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How we talk• Tone of voice

Here are three key characteristics that we always want to express through our tone of voice:

Down to earth We’re human and empathetic because we know that life isn’t about ‘financial products’ – it’s about people and their families – and behind the specific needs anyone has today, there’s a deeper human aim.

Unshakeable experts We’re confident, because we really know our stuff. True confidence means never having to plead or bellow. We ooze expertise and use that to make things beautifully simple for our customers.

Always upbeat We’re happy, supportive and always on our customer’s side, so when they win we’re the first to congratulate them. We love celebrating how good it feels to save money.

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How we talk• Tone of voice

Three characteristics, three steps. These three characteristics of our tone of voice fit in beautifully with the journey we like to take every customer on. However a customer comes to us, the story of our brand is that we help them get to where they need to be by:

Step 11: Warmly welcoming them because we’re down to earth

Step 2 2: Convincing and guiding them because we’re unshakeable experts

3: Step 3 Congratulating them on saving money because we’re always upbeat

Let’s walk through each of these steps, so you can get a solid sense of how we like to speak with our customers at every stage.

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How we talk• Tone of voice

Welcome When we first greet a customer, we want to show them we’re human too. We’re warm, human and down to earth So we talk about the things in your life that matter, such as looking after your family and your home. We also talk to you about how facing new challenges can feel, the emotions they provoke – are you feeling stressed, excited, confused or unsure? We’re human and empathetic WE DO Talk about you and your life, and what really matters: your family, the new home you’d love to move into, your kids going to uni, your tiny baby … We also have a very British sense of humour which shines out of our TV ads – this adds sparkle to what we say. We’re not arrogant finance insiders

We’re not arrogant finance insiders WE DON’T Confuse you by using technical language and presuming you understand the jargon, speak like a legal contract

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How we talk• Tone of voice

Some examples:

Broadband for football lovers & haters Whether you’re into matches or movies, semi-finals or soap operas, having the right broadband will make a huge difference this summer.

The research has shown that the definition of investing needs to be finetuned as consumers are increasingly interested in investing in defined businesses. They want to know more about the performance of funds.

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How we talk• Tone of voice

Convince & guide Next, we demonstrate to our customers that we’re trustworthy and can deliver what they need. Because we’re unshakeable experts We’re expert purely for our customers’ needs. We’re never arrogant or self-congratulatory, we work hard just to serve our customers. We’re tireless and we don’t sleep at night unless we get them the best deals and help them make the most of their money. We keep it simple and inspiring WE DO Simplify things in the way that only experts can, ditch the jargon, take it step by step, build your confidence, talk to you as a fellow adult and remind you you’re doing the right thing

We’re not here to show off WE DON’T Overwhelm you with everything we know, make you feel uncomfortable, tell you what you ‘should’ do, get ideas above our station, patronise you, drag you out of your comfort zone, get you embroiled in politics.

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How we talk• Tone of voice

Some examples:

Top tactics for October energy tariffs With prices so high, it makes sense to find the best deal possible. At MoneySuperMarket, we find that fixed rate tariffs usually offer the best price.

Policy requirements When assessing your insurance product requirements, it is important to consider the risk levels you deem reasonable for exposing your property to.

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3

How we talk• Tone of voice

Congratulate We know how good it feels to save money, so we love to congratulate you and celebrate together We celebrate good times because we’re always upbeat Our journey doesn’t end with you making a great decision. Now we celebrate that you’ve made such a good choice. We don’t just talk about this when it happens; we look forward to from the start. We paint a picture of how good it feels to get where you want to be. We share how good it feels to save money WE DO Say ‘yes!’, congratulate you because you’ve done it (you, not us), pat you on the back, remind you how good this feels right at the start of the journey, display a slightly quirky and very British sense of humour.

We aren’t grating or OTT WE DON’T Get overly whoop-whoopy, brag about what we’ve done for you, get it out of proportion, forget that what really feels good is your life – the saving is the icing on the cake, go into overkill – transferring a credit card debt feels good, but paying it off feels better.

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How we talk• Tone of voice

Some examples:

You’re so MoneySuperMarket

Something for nothing credit cards Yes, you read that right. Get great rewards without paying a penny in interest… No interest payments. No debt. Feel epic, guilt free!

You’ve transferred your £3000 credit card balance to a market-leading APR. Woo-hoo, you di MAAAAN! Christmas has come early, Santa BABY!! Time to jet off on the holiday of a lifetime!!!

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Getting in touch• Contact

Contact

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Getting in touch• Contact

If you have any questions or want some advice, we’re on hand to help. Feel free to contact us. Gareth Helm Brand Director

Creative creative@moneysupermarket.com

gareth.helm@moneysupermarket.com

Philippa Heywood Head of Brand

philippa.heywood@moneysupermarket.com 79


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