September Recap: Monthly Studio Notes

October 1, 2020 ~ by

We have news. The sheep are back! Returning to the studio after lock-down the team were a tad upset to find them all gone. However, reports coming in say they were delicious around Easter. Not only that the team made it back together too! Hooray!

As we adjust to seeing real people again, rather than through a screen, we’ve decided that this remote working malarkey is kind of nice! So going forward we’ll be working in the studio Tuesday through to Thursday and working remotely at the start and end of each week. Who really enjoys that Monday commute anyway?

We’ve also celebrated a few new site launches this month and for any coffee lovers out there, keep on scrolling.

Factotum

Focus on what you do best

That’s the motto that our latest friends at Factotum live by. Whether you are looking to grow, wanting to set up, or you’re recovering from challenging circumstances – Factotum helps business owners to turn ideas into actions.

As a start-up, they came to us for a new website, brand, and digital assets to help them on their own journey. They also needed an agency that would work closely with them, offer advice, and go the extra mile. They came to the right place.

Fair Ways

Making a difference

Working with charitable foundations makes us all warm and fuzzy. That’s why we jumped at the chance to work with local charity, Fair Ways. Based in Southampton and working across the south of England, Fair Ways cares for over 150 children and young people each year through fostering, education, and social care.

As a well-established organisation, they already had a strong brand, but the website was lacking. We took their colours and identity, worked our magic, and the results speak for themselves.

Roasty Coffee

Ready for a caffeine hit?

You don’t have to wear an ironic t-shirt and grow a patchy beard to make barista-level coffee. Just take a trip over to the new Roasty Coffee website to brush up on tips to find and brew delicious coffee. Coffee so good, it’ll make a hipster cry.

After admiring other online magazines we’d designed and built, Roasty Coffee came to use for their own makeover. We hit it off straight away, and in just six weeks the new look Roasty Coffee was created.

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