The Digital Race. Are we going too fast?

We read with great interest recently that the rate of revolution in how we listen to music, from CDs to personal ITunes accounts and multiple digital devices, phones etc is apparently starting to decline. And guess what? Sales of the old vinyl 12” albums are steadily increasing in sales! Does this mean that people are digging their old Decca turntables

2016-11-04T14:07:51+00:0015th September 2015|

Looking Brighter

There is now little doubt that the UK economy is heading the right way, even if most of us feel that it’s tempting fate to say that publicly. Since the start of this calendar year we have found companies and organisations of all sizes and sorts much more receptive to a new business call and we are averaging a new

2016-11-04T14:07:51+00:009th July 2015|

Welcome Ruaridh

The marked increase in client activity over the last 12 months, plus the additional work coming from new clients, averaging one every five weeks so far this calendar year, has been putting quite a strain on our creative team. We were therefore very pleased to welcome Ruaridh Ellery, a new junior Art Director, who joined us at the beginning of

2016-11-04T14:07:51+00:0017th May 2015|

We Can See You

I remember going through Google Analytics reports with clients a few years ago. Almost without exception you’d be explaining the traffic numbers, what country they were from, how long they’d been on the site and how they’d found it and someone in the room would ask ‘aye, but can you tell me who they actually are?’ The answer of course

2016-11-04T14:07:51+00:0030th April 2015|

Meet Firetext, RealSavvy, Meerkat and Periscope

We’re constantly discovering new apps, websites and programmes. It’s important for us to try and understand all the ones we come across and see if they could have a benefit to our clients or own business. Some do, most don’t. Sometimes we discover something we really like but can’t quite figure what we could best use it for. We were

2016-11-04T14:07:51+00:0016th April 2015|

Strengthening The Company

March 1st saw the start of the company’s 36th year in business and a further piece of good news. Catherine Ross and Mark Graham have accepted appointments to the board of directors, a move that has been enthusiastically greeted by staff in all three offices. Catherine has been Finance Director since joining the company in 2012 making a significant difference

2016-11-04T14:07:51+00:002nd April 2015|

Welcome Martin…

Managing digital projects for clients is an increasingly busy side of our business and we have just appointed Martin Bain to give us added strength in that area. Martin graduated from Glasgow University and came to us initially as an intern but his talents made us make him a full time offer before anyone else did. Our design studio is

2016-11-04T14:07:51+00:0026th March 2015|

Vacancy – Digital Controller

We currently have a fulltime vacancy in our Glasgow office for a digital controller. The role involves working directly with clients, suppliers and internal teams on all things digital. This includes managing workflow on web based projects with our designers and developers, managing SEO campaigns, Adwords and other PPC and Social Media channels, preparing and presenting analytical reports both internally

2016-11-04T14:07:51+00:0027th January 2015|

Oh No, The Advertising Free Internet is Here! Google Contributor.

Pretty much everyone over the age of 25 was raised on interruption advertising. Commercial break during television programmes or radio shows, billboards rearing up on your commute, press and magazine ads in between the news and sport you’re reading. That model of advertising has been used online too. Banners, page takeovers and pop-ups are ubiquitous, even Adwords are trying to

2016-11-04T14:07:51+00:005th December 2014|

Black Friday – No Thanks

A number of years ago I read an insightful interview with the then outgoing United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom. As you might expect of a diplomat he was complimentary about his host country and he mentioned the many aspects of British life he’d enjoyed and would miss. He was asked what he’d change about the UK and he

2016-11-04T14:07:51+00:0028th November 2014|
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