From designing and building a website for a privately owned island to branding an independent cinema in a redundant fish factory – all in all, it’s been a very diverse and exciting 2014.
We’ve started working for new clients in some very dynamic sectors and one long standing client is coming back for an unprecedented fourth time in ten years for their latest website. We’ve art-directed, coded, illustrated, photographed, designed, artworked, project managed, strategised and deliberated over 465 individual projects spanning 65 clients. A pigeon even flew through our window to join in the fun. Here’s a snapshot of what we've been up to in 2014.
Pigeon vs window, among other things...
We’ve attended conferences in London, New York, and not least on a boat bobbing about on the River Fal. We’ve even handed out an award assisted by former England Rugby Union captain Phil Vickery. All of this with the backdrop of some of the biggest storms recorded in decades, followed by a summer so good that Asda decided to build a gold supermarket a stone’s throw from our studio. Some people decided to help themselves to our computers whilst we were away, but they left the petty cash tin, so it wasn’t all bad. We helped with campaigning to save the beloved Jubilee Pool in Penzance whilst designing the branding and way-finding for another attraction which is equally close to our hearts – St Michael’s Mount.
We like to think we're a creative partner
We’ve worked with film makers, copywriters, illustrators, photographers, interior designers, SEO consultants and artists. Here’s a flavour of what ran through the studio:
St Michael’s Mount – Branding, print and signage
Una St Ives – Branding, print and web
Cornwall Mobility – Branding, print and web
Tresco Island – Branding, print and web
Godolphin Arms – Branding, print, signage and web
Southampton Solent University – Brand strategy and campaign development
Falmouth University – Print
Here's to more of the same
Exciting new projects and recruits providing new specialisms are coming on board, so watch this space in 2015…