Posts Tagged ‘website’

New client: MOR Sausages

Monday, April 3rd, 2017


MOR Sausages have just hit Tesco’s shelves – and as the digital, social and PR agency for the new brand, we’ve been a huge part of the launch.

We’ve been working with MOR since the beginning of the year, having been appointed to design their website, create and manage their social media channels, and lead their PR campaigns.

1.1 Homepage copy

4.1 Sausages copy

For the website we created a simple yet artisanal feel, which is complemented by our foodie-inspired copy. Illustrations by artist Clover Robin, alongside our own photography, bring the brand to life and emphasise MOR’s passionate, yet accessible, food-loving personality. We also animated some of Clover’s illustrations in-house to create engaging web and social media content.

1.1 Homepage 2

Aside from web, we’ve launched MOR on Facebook and Instagram and will be managing their content and communities going forward. Over in PR our launch campaign has already seen excellent results, with a huge amount of sample requests and national coverage.

Follow MOR on social to stay up to date. Be warned; it will make you hungry.

Our work: Licor 43 website

Saturday, August 13th, 2016

¡Salud! Last week saw the launch of our brand new Licor 43 global website design, with a stunning new look and fully mobile responsive construction.

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Digital best practice in sports brands

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

First off, I’m a little biased on the subject of this website (basketball and trainers) – but then again, why not reference good examples of projects/examples that are of interest to you?

Having said that, I’ve approached this review from a ‘general’ user perspective as opposed to brand advocate, so have a look through the site and see if you agree with the comments below.


Our work: Licor 43 global launch!

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

You might’ve read a little while ago that we were working on some really exciting projects with Licor 43, a global liqueur brand based in Cartagena, Spain.

Well, the biggest chunk of that work has now come to fruition. We’ve just launched their brand new global website, plus local sites for Germany and the Netherlands.

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In the development of the sites we set ourselves a few challenges: we wanted to create a design that was easy to use, with information that could be found quickly and organised using filters. We also wanted to build a recognisable tone of voice and combine this with beautiful images that’d set users’ mouths watering.

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So, did we manage it? Take a peep at their global site and see what you think!

We’re really chuffed with what we’ve done so far- but our work with Licor 43 is far from over. Keep an eye on the blog for news about our work on their social media strategy, as well as exciting updates to the sites.

Feast your eyes on the new Together website

Thursday, May 28th, 2015

We’ve climbed to the rooftop of Bridlesmith House with party poppers, champagne and a megaphone. We’re shouting down to the adoring, cheering crowds: it’s here. It’s finally here. The Together website has landed!

Ahem. Sorry. We lost ourselves a little in the excitement there – but the facts stay the same: it’s been a little while in the making, but we’re absolutely delighted to reveal our brand new website.

Well hey there, good-looking.

Well hey there, good-looking.

On it you’ll find everything you could possibly want to know about Together, from profiles on some of our less camera-shy team members to case studies on all our awesome work. It’s also the best place to learn about our feature-packed office and new proposition, which focuses on the areas of digital, social, brand and FMCG.

Plus, it’s an amazing feat of web design. We couldn’t be prouder of our brilliant Head of Digital, Craig Freer, for creating a website that works in such a unique way (and for not only coping with all our demands but fitting them all in, too).

We’d also like to extend a thousand thank yous to our regular freelance developer Joseph Tansley, whose help has been completely invaluable during what, at times, felt like a never-ending project.

What more is there to say that you can’t see for yourself? Check it out. Immediately. It’s so outrageously, perfectly responsive you can view it on absolutely any device going.

We’d love to hear your feedback, so let us know what you think. If you need us, we’ll be parading our digital team through the streets of Nottingham on a Together logo-shaped float.