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.
Edinburgh-based creative studio, 39steps, has been appointed to redesign and build the website for Children in Scotland, the membership organisation for all those working with children and their families. With an updated website, Children in Scotland is looking to increase awareness of their work and the resources available to members and the wider children’s sector, including updates on policy and research plus access to quality events, training and publications. The site’s interactivity will enable members to review and comment on the issues affecting them, creating a two-way conversation that can help deliver positive outcomes for children, young people and their families.
Jacqueline Cassidy, Children in Scotland’s Head of Communications, said: ” We are delighted to be working with 39steps who are able to bring together the wide portfolio of skills necessary to ensure our website is able to meet the needs of our members and the children’s sector, including project management, programming and design expertise.”
Julie Diver, Managing Director of 39steps, commented: “Children in Scotland is committed to ensuring the online platform delivers real results for members, who need to be kept up-to-date with all aspects of working with children across Scotland. We’re delighted to be working with such an enthusiastic and diverse team. The project is more than simply updating an existing website and we’re relishing the challenge.”
Children in Scotland’s flagship event is the annual conference happening on the 1st and 2nd of November 2012 in Fife.
Contact: For more information, contact Julie Diver, Managing Director, 39steps on 0131 557 1903 or 078 3334 1117.
About 39steps: 39steps is a creative studio based in Edinburgh. Established with PSYBT support in 2003, the studio has clients such as the Scottish SPCA, MS Society Scotland, RBS and The Open University. Services include branding consultancy, graphic and web design, and email marketing.
About Children in Scotland: Children in Scotland is the national agency for voluntary, statutory and professional organisations and individuals working with children and their families in Scotland. It has charitable status.
Membership is annual and current members include: Glasgow City Council, City of Edinburgh Council, NHS Health Scotland, NHS Fife, Scottish Commissioner for Children and Young People, Social Work Inspection Agency, Barnardo’s, Save the Children, Quarriers, Scottish Out of School Care Network amongst many others.
The organisation’s website can be found here.
Social Investment Scotland (SIS) has been helping social enterprises, community groups and individuals to create growth in their communities via all kinds of projects over the last decade. Following on from the rebrand and the web redesign, we took evaluated data from our pals at FMR Research and converted it into an easy-to-digest Social Impact Report, in time for SIS’ launch at Our Dynamic Earth. A tactile piece printed on uncoated stock, the coloured graphs pop out and an extended version can be downloaded from the website along with featured case studies.