New Stuff

12th Oct 2010 by john tait

We know, we know, its been ages since we updated our news section Its been especially busy this end (Ooh Matron, etc.) with events and activities such as the production of the first ever lazy grace brochure, a truly divine fishmongers site and a designer currently traipsing the length of South America to name but three! So first off, the Lazy Grace brochure. It started as a list of services then developed into a narrative of who we are, how we work and why were different. But hey, you know that already as you're reading this. If you'd like you're very own copy, just let us know and well pop one in Ye Olde Post Box in a jiffy (bag). Sites and work of note include a brand new corporate identity, packaging solutions and funky e-commerce website for Swallowfish Ltd. Were also working with them to provide on-going marketing support and advertising to make sure this online asset really does bring in the chips (get it?). As its getting chilly, get yourself a real wood stove from the experts at The Wood Heating Company and bask in all of that green glory. Looking for something different to do in your holidays in sunny (ahem) Northumberland? Take a look at Experience North Country. Fancy a ruck? Well there's a wide selection on offer at Alnwick Rugby Club. Others include a brand new site with some pretty top-end functionality for Bamburgh Castle Golf Club and a beautiful website for Sturton Grange Mill. Oh, not forgetting the corporate identity design and development for Evolve360 a new consultancy business in the hospitality sector. This then led to a particularly sumptuous online presence that's sure to get them noticed. We've even been in the recording studio singing our little hearts out for a viral advertising campaign for clients so watch this space for that little debut! Laura, our uber-cookie graphic designer is currently back-packing her way around South America and wont be back until the end of the month. Shes keeping us up to date with her adventures via e-mail the highlights in a nutshell seems to be, Argentina has the best steak, after spending the last year learning Spanish she was somewhat perturbed to discover that in Brazil, they speak Portuguese and she saw Jesus in Rio. Which was nice. Well, cant hang about here all day chatting, lots and lots of work to do. Adios (or Adeus) amigos.
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