Cash Matters

The International Currency Association has been working with Chaos to develop their global Cash Matters campaign. Chaos has created the movement's brand identity, developed a cutting-edge website and is providing ongoing community and content management.


Brand Video

Giving cash a voice, the Cash Matters video captures the emotive elements of day-to-day moments in life where cash is usually the enabler.

From a father teaching his daughter how to spend her first banknote to a child supporting local musicians by tipping street buskers, the cash cycle is more than cold, hard cash… the video reminds viewers how cash paves the way to empowering oneself and treasuring one another – beyond geographic boundaries and evolving generations.

The series of shots observe cash use by different age groups and backgrounds while exploring foreign cultures or reinforcing local traditions, celebrating the universality and timelessness of cash. Even in today’s busy, always on, digital world… Cash Matters.

Edited, scripted and voiced by one of Chaos’ own content creators and animated by one of our top designers, this latest project is a jewel in our video production crown.


Responsive website design and development

The Cash Matters website needed to become the 'go-to' website for all matters related to cash advocacy and to appeal to Business, Government, Academia, NGO and lay people alike.

A modern editorial design style was chosen and encourages easy content digestion, sharing across popular networks and includes extended content such as user polls, quick facts, engaging videos and discussion forums.

  • Intuitive and easy-to-use CMS Automatic content posting and scheduling 
to social networks (Facebook, Twitter etc.)
  • Lightning, aggregated, geo, structured and unstructured search technology
  • Geo location content serving secure and responsive cloud-based hosting
  • Dynamic questionnaires and polls
  • In-built brand vectors and typography styles to quickly and easily create responsively scaled branded banners and statistics
Marketing Communications

Choice Matters Video