Play "HIghly Commended"
Issue 1 of Play magazine has been "Highly Commended" in theis year's CMA awards.
Maris Interiors - Site relaunch
Our brief was to transform the way people use the Maris site to encourage them to spend longer on the site, to translate clearly their key services and vast experience and to give them a clear call to action therefore generating leads that will grow the already successful office fit-out business.
By focussing on user experience Deep have created a highly functional site that works across on all devices. New technologies allow this to be visually appealing but still fast-loading, rich in content and therefore inspiring for the user.
Leads and traffic levels will be followed carefully to monitor the increase in use.
See for yourself at maris-interiors.co.uk
Deep launch Naked Energy
Award winning British design and innovation company, Naked Energy Ltd approached Deep for a full rebrand including the naming and branding of their ground-breaking product, Virtu.
The microsite is now live and stage two is already underway in this exciting journey with Naked Energy.
Photoshoot - Eliza Emery
Deep have just photographed Eliza Emery at The Ritz Club for the next issue of The Ritz magazine.
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Odeon Premiere Club makes a point
Our campaign for Odeon's Première Club is now live in UK cinemas. The campaign's aim is to increase awareness of the schemes benefits to its target audiences. Deep were commissioned to develop campaign concepts that were then rolled out by Odeon's internal creative team.
A little bit more of yoo
yoo help their developer clients compete successfully in the property market, by providing glamorous and stylish architecture, interior design, branding and marketing. Deep are working with yoo on a variety of print and digital projects to market their services and properties, including a small brochure that highlights their stella cast of designers such as Philippe Starck, Jade Jagger, Anouska Hempel, Marcel Wanders and Kelly Hoppen.
Chic brochure for RF Residential
We have been working with RF Residential since our initial branding of the company in 2010. Since then the company has gone from strength to strength and our recent brochure design acts as a marketing piece to promote the brand further. Luxury papers and foiling throughout its cover positions RF as a high-end property search, design and development business.
TP International Website
Having rebranded TP earlier in the year, we have just launched a new site for TP International, specialist recruiters for Transfer Pricing positions throughout the world. The website has a bespoke design and is coded to work across devices such as the iPad and iPhone. The website also has a custom built job search and upload CV function.
Richard Dawes Fine Wine trades online
Richard Dawes Fine Wine is a wine trader based in London, which specialises in the sale and investments of the most desirable wines from around the world. Deep were asked to redesign their E-commerce website to increase sales and shift the perception of the brand to appear more informed, authoritative and premium.
Hogarth Worldwide website
Hogarth Worldwide are a rapidly growing international marketing implementation agency, partly owned by the marketing communications giant WPP. Deep were approached by Hogarth to design and build a website that reflected the size and gravitas of the agency, and would position Hogarth as the leading agency in their field, whilst also showcasing their expanse of work and disciplines. The websites has been designed and built to work consistently over all browsers and mobile devices, including the Apple iPad, and in several languages.
An elegant entrance by Te Atrium
A global online luxury property agent commissioned Deep to conduct a naming exercise and design a sophisticated mark and marketing material, including a luxurious brochure, for the launch of the brand. The chosen name 'Te Atrium' means the gateway or entrance in Italian.
Moments of inspiration for Populous
Deep has recently produced the corporate yearbook for Populous, sports architects of the London 2012 Olympic Stadium, published by Alma Media. We'll let Rod Sheard, Populous Senior Principal, tell you more: "We were faced with that perennial problem of how do you present your exciting, interesting and fun firm on paper, as architects we think in 3D and as the idea of using a two sided brochure emerged we liked the idea of separating our people from our projects in a physical way, creating a clarity that is often lost. Both are important but both need their own space and style to be presented. The end result has been incredibly well received which is very gratifying after all the work that goes into these things."
Balancing the Boox
We named and created the identity for Boox, an online accountancy service for contractors. Due to its online aspect, Boox is a very modern take on a traditional service, which gave us scope to add colour to an industry not known for its excitement. The name derived from a modern take on the accountancy word 'Books', and we designed the identity to reflect a new, fresh and active company that would attract the target audience from within the freelance sectors.
Illustrating problems faced by the UN
Deep have just collaborated with Colagene Illustration Clinic to design and illustrate a calendar for the UN, which focusses on the issues of green economies and sustainable development. Published by Entico, the calendar will be distributed to delegates at the Rio Convention to combat the effects of climate change. The talented illustrators at Colagene created stunning images that tackled the problems faced by the UN, including biodiversity, drought, agroforestry and global temperature increase.
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2011 Silver Davey Award
Deep and our client, Websedge, are pleased to announce that they have won a 2011 Silver Davey Award in the Websites - Video/Moving Images category. The award was for <a title="iafctv" href="http://www.iafctv.com">IAFCtv.com</a> - a web channel dedicated to the emergency services in the US.
Oracle Website Launched
Deep have just launched Oracle's new brand that includes a corporate mark, brochure and content-managed website.
Time to shop in Wimbledon
Deep have launched a full rebrand for Wimbledon Centre Court Shopping Centre. Having won a competitive three-way pitch in May we have totally revamped the Shopping Centre's identity with a new brand that incorporates campaign-led marketing to the local and surrounding areas. Our work includes the creation of a new brand mark, interior and exterior signage, outdoor and press advertising, and a content-managed website. We're now rolling out creative campaigns for each of their monthly events.
If... only all websites could be like this
If... Communication are a bespoke PR and Marketing consultancy and a long-term partner of Deep. To reflect their unique character, sense of fun and approach to business we designed and built a website that has lots of hidden secrets and quirky animation that entertains and surprises, while giving the viewer an insight into their business. Anne-Marie McGrath, Managing Director of If... said....
Liquid Friday: Payroll with Personality
Payroll Umbrella company, Liquid Friday, approached Deep to refresh their brand to allow them to stand out in a highly competitive market. Our work includes a fun and vibrant brand mark, guidelines, website and various marketing material that will run throughout the year.
War of the Roses
Our Creative Director and Managing Partner, Grant Bowden, was invited to be an expert judge on on the panel of The Roses Design Awards in Glasgow. The awards are eligible for all design agencies outside of London, covering a broad spectrum of design categories across digital and print.
Deep rebrand Coronet Portion Packs
As part of our ongoing work for 3663, Deep were commissioned to rebrand Coronet products (including preserves, sauces, sachets and milk portions). The rebrand has just been released and will appear in our portfolio soon - for now take a peak at their video on http://youtu.be/V4L18efi2_8
3663 Own Brand Products Re-designed
Deep have been working with 3663's Own Brand to re-design their packaging and reposition the brand as a quality and value for money product.
The new packaging has a new photography style, clearer information and a bolder look to create stand-out on shelf and to easily identity products. Products are also colour coded by temperature so its easy to see where to store the products when the user is under pressure in the kitchen.
The new products will be shown in our portfolio soon.
Deep showcased in "Show Me the Money" BBC News 24
The BBC invited the team at Deep to record a segment for their feature on the benefits of branding.
As industry experts we couldn't wait to get involved and showcased our recent brand refresh work for our client, Chadwick Nott - the largest legal recruiter in the UK.
If you missed the programme you can tune in here.
Entangled with Duracell and Ridley Scott
Deep were commissioned by Hill & Knowlton to design and build a viral campaign entitled 'Entangled' to launch the new Duracell myGrid product in the UK. The campaign is led by a short film by Ridley Scott Studios and includes an online competition. The winning prize is to have your storyboard created into a sequel film with a production budget of £15,000.
Shavata's new design thread
Shavata Brow Studio is the UK's leading eyebrow threading salon, with studios in Harrods, Harvey Nichols and House of Fraser. Deep have refreshed the brand for the Brow Studio and it's sister Lash Lounge by Shavata with elegant supporting illustrations by Christina K. The new styling is currently being incorporated into the studios around the country and a redesigned website will follow later this year.
Third issue of Populous released
Deep have now completed the third issue of Populous Magazine, published by Alma for Populous, the architects behind most of the worlds greatest sports stadia. This issue focuses on the increased power of women in sport and the Japanese fascination for betting on Keirin cycling. Acting as a piece of subtle marketing the magazine is sent directly to the decision makers and figureheads of the sporting world.
Westbourne's opinion matters
Westbourne are an 'opinion changing public relations agency' so we will let them tell you about us... "We spent four months engaged in a wasteful existential struggle about what our brand should look like, until Deep came along and drafted a terrific identity that everyone felt excited about. Our new identity has given clarity to our comms and rocket-fuel to our marketing. Thank you, Deep." Thank you James Bethall, Director of Westbourne.
Drawing support for Macmillan
For 2011, we have again designed a calendar for the Macmillan Online Community, this time to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Macmillan Cancer Support. 13 talented illustrators contributed a fantastic selection of unique pieces, created especially for the project. We also teamed up with our friends at Identity Print who were more than happy to help out to produce our calendars in time to sell for Christmas. Please support the charity by visiting their website.
Turning up the heat for The Radiator Company
Deep have launched the new Radiator Company's website – the UK's largest source of designer radiators. Our client's comments: "We have worked with Deep for the last 5 years and have been consistently impressed with their ability to deliver creative and functional websites, showing an understanding of our business model, customer drivers and our key objectives. They have once again taken us up a level with the latest incarnation of The Radiator Company website."
Viral microsite for RAC
To celebrate Summer 2010, Deep have been working with the RAC to design and build a microsite for fans of the drive-in scene. Two locations in the UK were kitted out to show three movies over the summer. The microsite allowed fans to buy tickets online and enter competitions to win a trip to Hollywood. The site has been a successful tool to promote the RAC and capture data for future marketing.
Deep Rebrand Maris
Maris are the UK’s leading specialist in workplace design and creation. We have recently rebranded the company with a bold, confident and uncompromising mark. As part of the project we were tasked with updating the look of the website, whilst retaining its content and usability.
Deep have designed and built the new online shop for Ruby and Tallulah. Ruby & Tallulah is a luxury fashion boutique in North Norfolk - described by Tatler as one of the top 10 boutiques outside London. Deep have worked with Ruby & Tallulah since the boutique opened in 2005, and the latest site visually mixes elegant clothing with rural landscapes, and introduces a e-commerce system, using the industry standard software Magento, to increase sales online.
Say hello to yoomi
Deep were commissioned by Yoomi (an innovative baby bottle and warmer in one) to take this new brand beyond it's first product listing at John Lewis. Our team have worked with Yoomi to build brand awareness and shelf recognition, using the packaging design as the key communication vehicle. The design builds on the Yoomi name style and Yoomi yellow, to deliver a design that is quite different to everything within it's sector while at the same time feeling comfortable and familiar.
Deep launch RFR new brand
RFR, a new high end residential property consultancy, appointed Deep to create their identity and marketing communications material. The business operates in three co-related industry areas: property search, property restoration and project management and development. With a strong focus on architecture, design and craftsmanship, a delicate mark has been created with a colour palette of muted tones which represents the brand's values. Deep have also designed and developed a portfolio-based website for RFR that launched this month.
What's happening at King's Place
Kings Place, the arts and music venue in Kings Cross, asked Deep to come up with a new way to promote their events calendar. The solution, a seasonal magazine, promotes the space and events through interviews, features and highlights on up-coming events, as well as the traditional performance listings.
Popular with Populous
Alongside the second issue of Populous magazine, Deep have designed two exciting projects for the most sought after sports architects in the world. Firstly we designed an insightful brochure called ReUse, ReDuce, ReCycle - which collated and explained over two years of research into the environmental impact of building new stadia and arenas. Secondly, Pop Art - a celebration of the art that has been exhibited by the multi-talented Populous employees.
Samsung stand tall in Madrid
As part of our ongoing design for print and digital work with Samsung, Deep were commissioned to create a dynamic exhibition space for Sicur's International Security Exhibition in Madrid this year. The trade event attracts 38,000 visitors each year with over 1400 competitors exhibiting. Additional work for the exhibition included Spanish literature to promote the Samsung range.
New photography launched for Shutt Velo Rapide
To support the launch of a new website for Shutt Velo Rapide, Deep were commissioned to shoot the range of products and an on-location shoot of the Orbea racing team wearing the brand. You can view the site and our photography on www.shuttvr.com.
Deep brand Jessie Mae sneakers
Deep was approached by ex Pastry designer, Brian Morton, to create the brand identity for his new sneaker label, Jessie Mae. The brand is focused at 18-24 year old women looking to express their personality, values and attitude. The new mark features a stylised deer head, and playfully treats the antlers as eyelashes to deliver a hard edged, urban position. To view this project click here.
A new-fashioned John D Wood & Co.
We're pleased to present our new advertising campaign for established London and Country estate agent, John D Wood & Co. With fierce competition in the housing market, our challenge included: reinforcing the John D Wood & Co. brand; attracting a younger audience; shifting brand perception and ultimately driving new instructions.
Our creative campaign "New-fashioned" is now being advertised in the national press including The Times, Town & Country House, House & Garden and Vogue. Our Creative Director, Grant Bowden, recently spoke at the John D Wood & Co. annual conference, held at the Cavalry and Guards Club in Piccadilly, about our strategic and creative approach to the project. We are currently working on a number of additional projects to help build the John D Wood & Co. brand. To view this project click here.
Deep launch Deeplify site
Deep are pleased to announce the launch of Deeplify that presents key information about our bespoke CMS. Deeplify is an upgrade of DeepAccess, that is used successfully by many of our clients.
Deep create new luxury brand
Lx World is an online portal offering luxury products and services that aim to surprise and delight high net worth individuals with 'Life's Little Luxuries'. Deep has created this global brand with an East meets West aesthetic and are now developing the final phase of the online portal that includes Lx Report, an online multi-media magazine and Lx Boutique, a members-only shopping experience.
View the site at lx-world.com
Deep refresh the Anglesea Arms brand
The established and well respected Anglesea Arms pub and dining room in West London has commissioned Deep to refresh their brand. By bringing the crest to life and communicating the brand online new customers will be encouraged to step through the door and try their delicious food in a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
GOLF LIVE website launches
We're pleased to launch the GOLF LIVE website, www.golfliveevent.com, in the run-up to the event in May 2010.
Over the coming months the website will develop as tickets go on sale and news about the event gathers.
Deep win contract to brand GOLF LIVE
Following a tough pitch, Deep has won the contract to brand Golf Live; a new three day spectacular interactive golf event to be held at Stoke Park on 14-16th May 2010.
The event is presented in association with the Daily Telegraph, with 2010 Ryder Cup Captain Colin Montgomerie and Paul Casey topping the bill.
The brand was successfully launched on 16th September at Stoke Park to an invited audience of sponsors, partners, potential exhibitors and media. In the coming weeks the next phase of communication will be launched including a website, sales brochures, launch material and social networking sites.
"Golf Live is a totally new concept", commented Event Director, James Goode, "This event will break the mould and take the golfing world by storm."
POP magazine launches first issue
We have designed the first issue of POP magazine for Populous, the global sports architecture firm formerly known as HOK Sport. The new magazine is for an audience of the most senior figures at worldwide sporting organisations, clubs and venues.
20th edition of Ritz magazine is nominated for an APA award
Over the past ten years we have art directed and designed the Ritz lifestyle magazine that promotes the brand through cleverly aligned editorial by if...Communications, classic design and stunning photography.
The 20th edition has prompted a redesign and it takes a gentle leap forward, introducing playful typography whilst retaining elegance throughout.
We are pleased to announce that it has been nominated for an APA award for best use of typography.
We have been busy over the last few weeks securing two new exciting clients. In the coming months we will be launching a new campaign for a well-established London & Country estate agent and an online magazine and boutique for the luxury brand sector.
We will let you know who these clients are and more about their projects very soon.
Deep launch Golf LIVE for Brand Events and IMG
Following a tough pitch, Deep has won the contract to brand Golf LIVE; a new three day spectacular interactive golf event to be held at Stoke Park in May 2010.
The event is presented in association with the Daily Telegraph, and 2010 Ryder Cup Captain Colin Montgomerie and Paul Casey top the bill.
The brand was launched last week at Stoke Park to an invited audience of sponsors, partners, potential exhibitors and media. In the coming months the initial communication phase will be live including a website and consumer marketing material.
"Golf Live is a totally new concept”, commented Event Director, James Goode, “This event will break the mould and take the golfing world by storm."
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Launch of luxury yacht designers site
Luxury yacht designers, Eidsgaard, commissioned Deep to build a flash-based, content managable website to showcase their latest projects. The site includes animated press section, video and a scrolling portfolio.
Please visit Eidsgaard's website.
Business Developer joins Deep
We're pleased to announce that Louise Barron has joined us as business developer and strategist. Previously with CDT and Citigate Dewe Rogerson, she has experience working for clients such as Merrill Lynch, CitiBank and Capital Shopping Centres. We welcome Louise to Deep to help us grows brands and add value to our client's accounts.
If you'd like to discuss your brand with Louise call our studios on 020 7593 0560
HP invite Deep to test new workstation
HP have chosen Deep, as one of the top digital content creators, to take part in their publicised competition "A day in the life of Mr. Z". Using HP's Z-800 Workstation each agency must create a 30-second animation or film clip about Mr. Z and his power. Once produced they'll all be joined together and shown at a film premier!
Take a look at the hp site www.hp.com/uk/MrZ to view our progress.
Top 100 Consultancy Survey
Deep make it onto Design Week's top 100 list.
The Top 100 chart is based on design fees billed through consultancies’ UK offices.
Deep aim to make it onto the creative survey later in the year.
Play with us
Deep have put together a little game that we know you"ll find addictive even though it's a little bit geeky!
Have a go and challenge your font knowledge. Forward it to a friend and see if you can beat their scores.
Full-time digital designer wanted
Deep are looking for an experienced digital designer to join our team of 12 in Waterloo. You will ideally be from a digital agency with 5+ years experience working on digital offerings for leading brands. Some of the key qualities we are looking for are:
- A passion for creative innovation that can be turned into practical projects
- Your creative expression is of prime importance in imagery, typography, and audio-visual design.
- An exceptional portfolio of work
- A sound understanding of web technologies
- Knowledge and passion for emerging technologies and their applications
- Fully conversant with web standards
- User experience and information architecture knowledge
We are offering a good package to the right candidate - details on application. If you’re up for the challenge please email your CV and examples of work to firstname.lastname@example.org
Strictly NO AGENCIES. No freelancers, this is a full-time position.
Launch of Local Government site
Deep have been working with WebsEdge for a number of years, designing and developing all of the tv-based websites that they manage. Recently launched is the Local Government Channel - the leading broadcast media channel dedicated to local government providing news and views broadcast on Sky, on-line and at major conferences. Our challenge was to create a website that would attract more members and encourage sign-up to the conferences and interviews.
Our main objective was to improve the appearance of the site as it contains a vast amount of content. We focused on making it easier to navigate, structuring information and increasing the size of the player. The library now includes an extensive search refining results with advance filters and related items. Other functions include blogs, live feeds, discussion forums, an awards widget for nominees/sponsors to embed a voting widget on their own websites, a countdown to next awards to name a few.
The site has been live for one week and now receives 2000 hits per day - that's 1800 more visits per day than the previous site. The average user time of the site has increased by 30%.
Launching South Hook Gas Company's site
Deep have launched the re-design of South Hook Gas Company's website to coinside with the opening of their LNG Terminal in Wales this week by the Royals. The website is built as an html, search engine friendly, site with a flash video player as a key part of the media centre. The site has been designed with distinctive angles to modernise the company image. Visit Southhookgas.com to browse through the new site.
New release for the NHS.uk website
Early today the next development release of the NHS web site went live. This release was a major reworking across the whole site bringing consistency to all areas and improving the users journey throughout the site.
As of last week the site hit a new milestone of 7 million visits per month.
Samsung appoint Deep to work on Techwin material
Samsung Techwin is a global leader in the supply of leading consumer, professional and industrial products and services. Over the next few months Deep will be designing advertising, brochures and exhibition stands for their solutions and products marketing material.
We're looking for a Business Development Manager. Candidates need to possess a demonstrable track record of winning new contracts within the commercial and public sector. The successful candidate will be highly motivated and focused on achieving success within the area of print and web development.
To apply please send CVs with a covering letter to email@example.com
Working digitally with Blackberry
We have recently been commissioned to design and develop various digital presentations with Circle Agency for Blackberry smartphones. The presentations, developed as stand-alone applications, are designed for events, in-store use and training sessions.
Launch of newly designed magazine for Glenfiddich
In order to help evolve Glenfiddich’s brand and convey specific brand messages we have designed the premium whisky’s first luxury magazine titled ‘365’. Published last week by Alma Media, the magazine is to be distributed in all major airports around the globe via dedicated Glenfiddich promotional events at duty-free stores during 2009. ‘365’ magazine utilises clever typography, illustration and evocative photography throughout, with the intention of it becoming a yearly publication.
Deep create new brochure for EMCOR
EMCOR specialise in facilities management and engineering services and are known worldwide. They're a brand new client for us and our first project, redesigning their corporate brochure, was launched early this year. The brochure focuses on the message 'What can EMCOR do for you?' adding a personal touch to the concept. Further work with EMCOR includes designing their bi-annual magazine "Connect" which will launch in April this year.
New Brochure for The Ritz Club Casino
The Ritz Club Casino, along with PR agency, if... communications, briefed us to create an exclusive brochure to showcase the splendors of London’s famous Ritz Hotel.
The 32-page brochure is led by grand photography of the opulent interiors interspersed with monotone, reportage-style shots of their staff working within their environments. Luxurious papers and print techniques were used for the brochure to emphasise the luxury of the subject.
The brochure has been printed in English and Arabic to be distributed to high net worth individuals interested in becoming members of the Casino.
Our Perfect Recall star
Our very own designer, Matt Shelley, graced our TV screens last night as a contestant on Channel 4's new 'Wogan's Perfect Recall'.
Sadly for him he didn't walk away with the £100,000 cash prize but he looked the professional, gave it his all and had some witty banter with Terry. Happily for us it meant that he turned up for work the next day!
Deep launch global site for Brand Events
Deep won a 3-way pitch to design and build the Brand Events website with the objective to position them as a global leader in the live consumer events industry and to attract future business and event partners.
The website, which is now live on www.brandeventsinternational.com, reflects the personality of the team - fun loving, yet hard working and promotes their top global brands such as Taste Festivals and Top Gear LIVE.
Retail developers, MAF, based in Dubai, commissioned Deep to design their monthly internal magazine, The View, which focuses on new projects, staff updates and community news in both English and Arabic. The View, about to being its third issue, has been well received as part of an internal comms drive which also includes newsletters, reports and signage. Deep look forward to continuing their relationship with MAF.
Deep work with Dubai based, Majid Al Futtaim
Deep win at the Magazine Design Awards 2008
After being shortlisted for five awards, it was a successful night for Deep when Ritz magazine was announced as the winner of two categories, Best Designed Feature Spread and Best Use of Typography at this year's Magazine Design Awards.
The judges comments included: "An elegant and disarmingly simple design, but one that has clearly been very carefully thought through... Ritz uses unusual typefaces to ensure that it looks like no other magazine. The fonts used show a lightness of touch which enable this magazine's strong images to really shine."
We'd like to thank our long-standing clients, the Ritz and If... Communications, without their support and input we'd never have got here.
For the past year Deep have been working on the new design for the NHS Choices site. The next release of the site is now live and presents many improvements including a new homepage, header design and integration of NHS Direct Online Services. The site has a wealth of information regarding health issues for everyone's daily needs from urgent care through to comparing data on services relevant to you, user feedback and blogs on key topics.
Next release of the NHS website goes live
To view the site www.nhs.uk
Our latest website design and build was for www.maris-interiors.co.uk, the UK's leading specialist in office design and fit-out. The website has been designed to use scaling imagery of the Maris portfolio to achieve a strong visual impact. It has been built using our Content Management System (DeepAccess) which allows the client to update all text and imagery. The software includes a search function and search engine tools to enable all content to be ranked in search engines.
Maris website launch
The shortlist has been announced and we are thrilled to have been nominated for 5 design awards for Ritz, The Student Guide, and A1 magazine. The winners will be revealed on 3 November at the London Mariott Hotel. Our categories include:
Magazine Design Awards 2008
Best Designed Features Spread - Ritz
Best Use of Typography - Ritz and The Student Guide
Best Designed Customer Magazine of the Year - Ritz
Best Designed B2B Magazine of the Year - Land Securities A1
Click here to browse our editorial design section.
Deep launch Hunters website
Following the successful rebranding of Hunters practice, we were commissioned to design and build their new website. hunters.co.uk reflects the personalities of the group as a whole, despite having various disciplines within the business. The website is content heavy, but is fully content manageable to allow Hunters to be able to add content such as new projects, text and images. The new search facility makes projects easily accessible to the user and the website has been made search engine friendly for exposure for new business.
To view the website please go to hunters.co.uk
We've just launched Woo Communication's website which is heavily animated using Flash technology. The site, designed by Woo, is an interactive tour promoting their expertise, services and case studies, it reflects their brand personality as a marketing agency that 'thinks differently'. The site was built using our content management system, DeepAccess, to allow Woo to update text and imagery themselves.
Launch of Woo website
Take a look at the site at woocommunications.com
Deep has launched its new website!
Our new website
Please browse the site, enjoy the work, and let us know any feedback you may have.
Click here for our contact form
Deep has won a pitch to rebrand a UK design association. The project is in confidential stages at present, but exciting details will be announced here soon.
Deep win design association pitch
Deep have recently won a tough pitch to rebrand a luxury development in the Red Sea. The project looks to be a very exciting scope of works.
Branding pitch win for luxury development
Deep launched the redesign of award-winning management consultancy Boxwood's website at the end of May. The website, created in HTML and Flash, reinforced their company values, essence and personality to set them apart from the competition. Chris Wakerly, Boxwood CEO, commented "We briefed deep on our core values and they came up with a fresh, insightful approach to the website - we've had a fantastic response"
View the Boxwood website on www.boxwoodgroup.com