5 things we're proud to have accomplished in 2017

1 January 2018

We’re really proud of all we achieved in the last 12 months. As we’re busy setting goals for 2018 and taking time to reflect on what we’re most proud of in the last year, here are 5 things we're proud to have accomplished in 2017:


1. Launched our new portfolio website

We kicked off the year, by launching our new website, showcasing our latest work and positioning ourselves as experts in brand design and development.


2. Won multiple awards for our work

Following the launch of our new site, it won Gold in the Marketing & Creative category at the Sussex Digital Awards. We also took home Bronze for our work on the Ticketmedia website, and later in the year were awarded runner up in the Business Start-up Of The Year at the Business Women Excellence Awards.


3. Given back through mentorship at Roedean School

This year, Lisa was approached to become a mentor and advisor to Year 10 and 11 pupils at Roedean School For Girls, in their Young Enterprise Business class. Lisa assisted the students in creating a new company, writing a company report and then closing the business down.


4. Had our work featured on several design award websites

Many of our website designs in 2017 were featured on the world’s leading online design publications, increasing our online profile and exposure.


5. Raised over £3,000 for charity, by organising a pantomime

We finished the year by raising money and awareness for the Crohns and Colitis, Rockinghorse and Circle Homeless Charities, by organising a panto featuring some of Brighton’s best business owners.


Here's to 2018!

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