It’s official folks; it’s December, the Coke advert has already graced our screens, everyone’s a bit excited with discount codes from huge retailers flying about willy-nilly; it can only mean one thing! It’s time to start getting excited for Christmas! Continue reading
Loughborough University Students Union tried to make their own promo video to generate interest in their societies, courses and events…sound harmless enough, right? Continue reading
On October 2nd 2013, KLM’s marketing team delivered a piece of first class experiential marketing that will forever be ingrained in the minds of its future target market. 300 kids were given an incredible experience after being invited to a pre-screening of the new Disney film, Planes. Continue reading
1. Research and Identify your audience
Your website needs to hit the market it is intended for, so research into what is already out there is vital. Who are the market leaders and how could they be improved? Continue reading
Following the launch of their new store in McArthur Glen’s retail outlet, Double Overhead needed a brand-spanking-new Magento eCommerce store to provide customers with another way to buy. The store was to be visually attractive and pull users in from first glance, and keep them engaged through to checkout. The store needed to be fully responsive to future proof the business and give users the freedom to browse however and whenever they like on the device of their choice. Take a look at what we did for them… Continue reading
As a designer nowadays, there are many networking platforms out there that allow you to show and present your work, however Behance and Dribbble seem to be the most popular platforms. I have used both of them for a number of years now and have observed, as I’m sure other design folk have that one is acting as a digital environment that allows designers to present their process and portfolio. The other is somewhat acting as a showcase for a ‘what you’re working on right now!’ screenshot, in which other designers can ‘like’ or comment on. Continue reading
Often, when we meet new people in real life, we smile, greet them, give them a firm hand shake (well, there’s nothing worse than a limp hand shake is there?!) and look them right in the eyes.
It’s easy to gain someone’s trust if your encounters with them are positive, personable and on a level that resonates well with who you are and what your expectations are.
In an ever more digital world though, with more and more business being carried out on-line, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for e-commerce start-ups to earn and gain the trust of potential customers using their website alone.
Often businesses are more concerned with a quick fix, “Get us online!” – Well, I’m sorry but a presence isn’t enough. The manner in which you deal with potential customers and the setting you create for them, can be the decider between a short lived idea and potentially a huge ROI. Cha Ching!
Yesterday, Zak and I had the pleasure of visiting our jolly clients, Olly and Bruce, for a project catch up and a sneaky tour around Heinnie towers. Continue reading
A HUGE WELCOME ALONG TO THE NEWEST ADDITION TO OUR TEAM, Alex!!! Continue reading
Yes folks it’s an Apple blog (…well kinda)! As much as the office is very pro Apple and all it stands for (not me) this KitKat commercial went down a storm here at Big Eye Deers HQ!…