Client Industry Year

Life Irrigation

Construction SEO strategy to drive traffic and enquiries for professional landscape systems 2007

Nicholas Einhorn

Leisure Playful website design and development for the top UK magician 2007

Periscopix

Agency Quirky website design, development and flash animations to help the PPC agency stand out 2007

RCA Hotels

Leisure Website design and integration with back-office hotel booking for a central London hotel 2007

Sharpes Solicitors

Legal Brand, marketing, website design and development for the fast-growing London law firm 2007

Sim Imaging

Leisure Ecommerce design, development and CRM for photography album and book supplier 2007

Simcom Europe

Technology Design and development for an interactive christmas ecard campaign 2007

Sparks Direct

Construction User-centered ecommerce website for the leading independent electrical and lighting wholesaler 2007

Sterling Card

Finance Brand, marketing, UX and website development to increase users of the prepaid Mastercard 2007

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