Newbury has been named in the UK's top creative regions!

Newbury has been named in the UK's top creative regions!

In a recent study by CBRE, Newbury was named as the 16th most creative town in the UK.

Each region in the study was ranked according to 15 different criteria, including creative employment, education levels of staff, and salaries. We are so pleased that our little town (the smallest region in the top 25!) was rated so highly.

According to the study, Belfast, Brighton and Newbury have experienced the highest rate of creative employment growth over the past five years.

The creative industry is such a fast moving environment, and we love being a part of it. Not only do technologies move fast, but so do design trends. As a creative agency it’s a bit of an industry joke that you are always working so hard on your client’s websites that you never get round to finishing your own!

We are proud to announce our new website which is everything we wanted it to be and more. Our ‘Projects’ section showcases our best work for some of our favourite clients, and our ‘About’ section introduces you to our fabulously creative team. If your existing website needs updating, or if you need a brand new one, get in touch – we’d love to meet you!

 

Friday, May 26, 2017 10:45:02 AM


Keep refreshing your website!

Keep refreshing your website!

Your audience’s first impression of your business is now based almost exclusively on your website – which means it needs to make the perfect impression of your organisation. It should establish your brand, provide information on your products or services, and ultimately prove to be one of your most important sales tools.

Friday, May 4, 2018 12:52:04 PM


Girl Power! Promoting women in Design Leadership

Girl Power! Promoting women in Design Leadership

Did you know that 70% of graphic design students are women; yet only 11% are Creative Directors?

Monday, April 23, 2018 9:21:16 AM


Engage your website visitors with interactivity

Engage your website visitors with interactivity

Much of the internet is interactive. You can press ‘like’ buttons, ‘share’ buttons, add comments to blogs – but most interactivity is found in the ‘social sphere’. However, businesses still need to include interactivity on their website to excite and engage visitors. 

Thursday, March 1, 2018 11:19:49 AM