We’re sitting here typing this with big grins on our faces. Why? Coz we’ve had a fantastic few months since our last newsletter
. We’ve moved into new premises, launched our new website, added a new award to our collection and welcomed aboard a new client. Our tomato plants are doing pretty well too.
|Right Guard: Off Guard Gigs 2011
A customised VW camper van. The open road. And a series of VIP backstage gigs. New client Clash Music got together with Right Guard and came up with one helluva summer promotion, which they asked us to communicate online. Our fine suite of ads are set to appear on ClashMusic.com, NME.COM and Spotify.
|MUTV: Player of the Year Awards 2011
And the winner is… us! OK we might not be footy legends in the making, like old Javier Hernandez, but we had a great time creating a set of ads for the live, exclusive, access-all-areas coverage of soccer’s most prestigious and star-studded event.
|Planning Express: Website Redesign
The brief was to redesign Planning Express’s website. And a large part of the task was to create visual cues that would accurately reflect this strategic brand and communications planning consultancy’s dynamic, modern, and super-intelligent approach to business. The answer? Doodles. Just have a look.
Thanks to Steve Henry and his fellow judges for selecting us to win a Roses Advertising Award for our MUTV viral advert. And to Justin (little chap on left) from Become, for presenting it to our James (big chap on right) who, as well as receiving our award, also received some localised chaffing due to a nice, but very tight, new suit.
|We’ve got a new website
Phase one is done. We like it and we hope you do too. But we’re also open to constructive criticism and would love to know what you think before we complete phase two and launch the beast officially.
|And a new space
We’re now in a lovely office in The Boxworks on Beech Road, Chorlton. We share the space with social media experts Democracy PR, and web wizards Sweet Interaction. Come and see us if you fancy a brew and a cake (or an apple if you’re on a diet).
Thanks for reading
James Stiff & Simon Rowlands
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