by Jon on 22 Nov 2016
If you need to stock up on groceries, the process is pretty straightforward: you know what you need, you know how much money you have, you choose the supermarket that best suits your budget, and everything is conveniently priced up for you.It can be trickier when you come to brief out your new website, a brochure, or a brand refresh.
by Jon on 08 Nov 2016
Do live events form part of your marketing strategy?
by Jon on 26 Sep 2016
The UK’s Thames Valley might not be quite as well-known as California’s Silicon Valley, but our client ConnectTVT is working hard to change that.
by Jon on 20 May 2016
What’s your relationship with your designer like?
by Jon on 09 Feb 2016
Having a strong, recognisable brand identity is essential, but on its own it won’t win you business.
by Jon on 21 Oct 2014
Digital media may have transformed the way businesses interact with their customers and other businesses, but one communication tool has remained largely unchanged for years – centuries even.
by Jon on 12 Aug 2014
Predictions that digital media would be the end of traditional print, and that e-commerce would mean no more shopping in the real world have not come true – for the time being at least.
by Mike on 21 Oct 2013
Hopefully, most of us will have intuitively answered ‘yes’ to this question – but have you ever stopped to wonder why it should be?
by Jon on 19 Sep 2013
There was a time when printed media was the undisputed king of the communications jungle, but the last decade or so has seen the big beast concede much of its territory to digital media.