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Author Archives: Jili Allen
We are delighted to announce the launch of our sister company Three Peaks Web Design, a new low cost website company created for small to medium businesses to get themselves on the web and looking fabulous. Three Peaks is a range of website products we’ve developed through listening to clients and their concerns regarding web design. Three common issues we encountered were: Money: Start up … Continue reading
The lovely folks at 4Play Cycles were looking for a new logo which made their overall marketing message much more cohesive. The owner, Adam, and his partner Hilary were really keen to have something that reflected the landscape and had a bit more depth to it. 4Play Cycles is a fantastic independent bike shop based in Cockermouth, and passion for the sport … Continue reading
We’ve always had a soft spot for art, being a designer it’s surely only natural? That’s why we were delighted to be asked to design a website for artist Alan Stones and another for his hugely talented wife, Rebecca Payn. This project was finished in conjunction with the coding skills of Arron King of Arrow as it required something a … Continue reading
We were asked (on Twitter no less!) if we were interested in supporting our local county ladies rugby team a wee while ago. They knew we loved rugby, as we already sponsor our local First XV shorts and were doing something a little different… it was a sponsorship raffle, with each ticket £50 towards the kit sponsorship. We were happy to … Continue reading
Earlier last year we were asked to complete a rebrand of Treetops cafe and gift shop in the picturesque Pooley Bridge, which has recently been in the news not only for it’s picturesque beauty but the recent devastating floods. But when climes were drier, we enlisted the help of our favourite marketeer Lisa Jackson, of Acorn Marketing, to help Richard … Continue reading