Yay! 39steps has been appointed to redesign and build the website for Edinburgh-based charity EMMS, following a 6-way tender. The site will be built on the upcoming open source platform concrete5, incorporate a fresh new design and updated donation function, amongst some other bells and whistles. Team39 are looking forward to working with the guys at EMMS on the project over the summer.
Our lovely client, Claire Rennie of berry scrumptious! is launching Scotland’s only lemonade over the next few months and she needs YOUR help! Summerhouse Drinks will be touring around Scotland in a custom-built summerhouse, showcasing the fabulous flavours Claire and her team are creating on her farm, with 100% natural ingredients. Check out her short video here and be part if this exciting journey.
Another fab new client for Team39 – luxury farm complex, Blairmore Farm in Crieff, require a brand, website and marketing literature. Plans are afoot for a series of high-spec quality self-catering accommodation in a unique setting and we’re delighted to be part of this project, right from the beginning. For those looking for a cosy and comfortable Christmas hideout, a 4-bed cottage is already complete on site and available from the autumn. For more details, contact Ailsa Clark.
We are delighted to have been appointed by Fife-based funeral directors Crosbie Matthew to revamp their brand, website and subsequent brochureware. Established in 1939, Crosbie Matthew moved into larger premises and increased local market share, and now it’s time for evolution. Furthering our niche in the funeral sector (yes, funeral firms also need to promote themselves!), we’re really look forward to working with such a nice bunch of people.
39steps were approached by Nathan Pike and Piers Bambridge to help with their new vehicle provision business. They needed a new name, a quirky brand and a slick website, all to reflect their own personal values that they brought to the business. It didn’t take us long to click on to the fact that these two honest guys are well-connected and experienced in the field so it made perfect sense to keep it simple and use their distinctive names. The logo is reminiscent of a car badge, with little details on the shield version and the swish, informative website brings together their forward-thinking and no-nonsense approach to car-buying. They really do help their clients ‘experience a better class of journey’ and it has been a delight to work with them on their branding journey!
Visit the website at pikeandbambridge.co.uk.