We get asked to do many types of interesting work here at D3 Marketing Portsmouth. And not all in the UK. We have clients across the world.
At the moment we are designing a pitch document for a client we worked with in London. It’s a summary of their brand values, proposition and hospitality business and will be used to secure a new venue on a new continent.
Words, design, research… it’s a fun project. And because we managed their marketing for years, we happen to know quite a lot about them.
It’s a new website for a nursery in Chichester that’s way more than a nursery. They have so much going on and so much great information for their users.
We are just doing final tweaks and changes before it will go live…..
This delightful set of 5 bungalows is just metres from the huge beach at Safety Beach, near Coffs Harbour. They offer lovely pet friendly accommodation. We have been and seen it for ourselves whilst on holiday there.
To start the process, the client had a new logo in honour of their gorgeous dog Mahana who sadly passed away (but they recently acquired a new family member, a gorgeous Staffy puppy called Ziggy!). With the new look they wanted a new mobile responsive website with great copy.
We completed the design and build and embarked on SEO research. Just 2 weeks after launch we are so pleased to see them on the first page of Google for all their main keyword phrases. That’s a great result for everybody.
If you’re ever in New South Wales and looking for somewhere to stay, they are highly recommended! Say g’day to Kelvin and Collette and of course, Ziggy.
It started with a competitive pitch. We were delighted to win and produced a series of brochure design concepts for the client. From this came many iterations of copywriting, design, photo choices and layout. But it was well worth the time and effort.
The aim was to really deliver something that stands out from the competition, as the events venue marketplace is extremely saturated.
However Action Stations is totally unique and we wanted all the personality and benefits of this venue to shine out clearly in the finished product.
As part of that uniqueness we identified early on that the building itself is iconic. We produced hand drawn illustrations of parts of the building facade to use throughout the brochure to reinforce this message.
This desire to be different was also reflected in the paper chosen to print the 12 page brochure – a touchy feely “rough” matt paper.
The D3 team would like to thank Kerry, who led the project, for all her input. She was a big fan of one of the bold vibrant styles presented at concept stage and we are so pleased with the final results.
Here’s just a few of the pages – if you’re looking for a wedding venue in Portsmouth, something a little different, get in touch with Kerry.