Over the last few months, we’ve been working with Marks & Spencer on a new project for their exhibition in Leeds. To help them share the collection’s highlights with visitors, we created ‘Archive Explorer’, an interactive digital display that celebrates the stories behind each item in the archive. We are delighted to announce, it’s now live! Now where’s that bottle of M&S champagne..?
We have some great news. Globe stomping games developer, King have appointed us to bring their Employer Brand strategy to life on social media. Sugar crush!
To help promote their ‘seriously playful’ brand message we'll be working closely with King’s employer brand team to develop a social media strategy and content that will drive awareness of King as a leading tech employer.
Its official! Following two and a half years of hard work behind the scenes, we are delighted to finally announce our appointment as NOMA’s digital strategy partner.
For the uninitiated, NOMA is an innovative and modern 20-acre redevelopment scheme set in Manchester’s city centre. It’s a living, breathing, evolving neighbourhood; a mixed-use location designed to meet the needs of modern businesses with a real community at its heart.
It’s almost a month since we headed over to Brighton for the annual Reasons To Be Creative conference. Every year the very best international creative and developer speakers take to the stage to wow, inspire, inform, entertain, thrill, teach and mix with web designers and coders that attend from all over the world. One month on, we’ve been reflecting on the highlights from this year’s event that have stayed with us left us inspired for the winter months ahead.
If the unlimited free Redbull or the crazy opening titles weren't enough to blow our minds, then the abundance of brilliant speakers absolutely did.
We have some very exciting news…
We’re delighted to announce that we are launching a brand new, digital first company in partnership with entrepreneur Mark Reeves. ‘HOLDEN’: a London and Manchester based equestrian fashion brand, will combine the best of British design with a user-centred approach to customer experience.