Time For A Change!
Over the coming weeks we’ll be rolling out our new branding, starting with the launch of our new website. Take a look around and let us know what you think!
They say the cobbler is the worse shoed man in that he’s too busy creating lovely shoes for his customers to have time to mend the holes in his own. How true this can be for the creative agency… well it was in our case.
However, we are pleased to announce that Williams&Crosby has now got 2 shiny pairs of shoes. We’ve replaced our comfortable and well worn Wordpress site with a brand new and highly polished Umbraco solution. There was nothing wrong with our comfortable site or indeed Wordpress, but we had things we wanted to do and felt Umbraco was the right solution to achieve these. This follows our philosophy of using the right tools to achieve the desired solution, rather than shoehorning clients into a one size fits all. I hope you appreciate the cobbler analogies!
Oh yes, the second pair of shoes.
Sometimes you need to take a good look at yourself from head to foot. In doing this we felt our well serving brand needed a bit of TLC to reflect the change in the markets and what we have become as we have evolved over the years. We felt our previous cutting edge leather pumps no longer reflected the multi-disciplined skills we've developed over the last 30 years. We took a long hard look at ourselves and decided we were more of a canvas wedge, offering versatility based on a platform of experience (apologies for the pun…).
At Williams&Crosby we aren’t just a creative agency. We’re not just graphic designers, web designers, marketing experts or exhibitions managers. We are of all this and more. We are the and in Williams&Crosby. “We’re creative - &…”, “We solve challenges - &”, We deliver results - &…”
Williams&Crosby is a collection of highly creative, experienced individuals with one common goal at their core - to deliver solutions through intelligent creativity. As a result you will be seeing our core brand in many creative forms over the coming months. After all, like a good pair of shoes they need to fit so you are comfortable, but you need shoes that are appropriate for the task in hand. Black brogues are no good for tennis!
What does your brand say about you?