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It's 1966. Sir Geoff Hurst, then a young international footballer, is playing in the World Cup Final for his team and for his country and he is about to create some of the most iconic moments in British sporting history. And you were right there with him, weren't you? If you have ever wanted to be pictured with your hero, our latest project, Toonology, can make your dream come true!
So these cradles aren't made for little ones but this website has been our baby for the last couple of months. Fully repsonsive, content managed and bilingual, the latest Yacht Leg and Cradle Company's website is built to be accessed and updated from anywhere, at anytime, using just about anything.
Some people love the Cloud and some people don't! Our client wanted their own data library to store and distribute all their marketing collateral, including templates for tenders, presentations and images, but didn't want to use a cloud solution, so we built it for them. It's clean, slick and working at optimum efficiency. Sorry we can't show you, it's behind many layers of security and we daren't compromise any part of it but it works a treat and we're off to celebrate!
Leicester Commercial Centre sells vehicles to customers from all over the world but their pièce de résistance is their commitment to honour the values rooted in a long history as a family run company. Take a look and see if you get the picture...
Almost 50 years after he scored a hat-trick in a World Cup final, Sir Geoff Hurst has launched a training video with a difference! It's short and sweet and packs a punch as only he can. You should get a kick out of it!
Busy times! We are currently working on some great projects, from the design and development of a data library for an intranet system (which is a lot more fun than it sounds!) to a brand new website for a cool new music event in Henley on Thames (which is just as much fun as it sounds!). We'll have lots more to show you soon... very soon! Patience is a virtue (we're told)!
One of our clients has come over all philanthropic! London Rock, usually busy dealing in aggregates or knee-deep in soil, has dug deep into its pockets and given a whole lot of cash to fund a water supply to a village in rural Gambia. Until now, the villagers in Kundong had to walk three miles to their nearest well to fetch water but that's all in the past as Kundong proudly celebrates the arrival of its first tap, and they really celebrate in style.
Now we understand how our customers feel! It's so much more enjoyable to do a website for you rather than for ourselves! But here it is at long last and we hope you enjoy it. We can now keep you posted on the latest news from Studio41 and our customers. And don't forget to let us know what you think, we always love to hear from you.
Having developed a strong brand strategy for MLS, the worldwide logistics supplier, their new promotional video has just emerged from the editing suite. While the video gives a fascinating insight into MLS' humanitarian support in Haiti, the viewer is also shown, at first hand, the diverse nature of logistical services they provide every day, 24/7, to their military and commericial customers across the world. Produced with SweetTV, the completed project adheres to all the essential rules of broadcast; to inform, educate and entertain. And it serves as a real eye opener - logistics, MLS style, is full of surprises.
Whiteman and Williams, a double act with a difference, have launched their new website.
Ady Williams, a former footballer, internationally for Wales and at club level for teams including Reading, Wolves and Coventry, has joined forces with Nicki Whiteman, BBC Radio presenter, to offer unique and engaging double act for corporate hosting and event compering. Guaranteeing an irresistible mix of sophistication, sparkle, wit and humour, the website had a lot to live up to.
Having worked with them during the creative process, we can now vouch for them too, they're quite a team with a great line in banter and a professional edge that we're sure will see them go from strength to strength.
Having worked with Sir Steve for fourteen years, we've known him as a competitor, a charity fundraiser, a businessman, an ambassador, a speaker, and today, he is preparing for the home Olympics at London 2012. To give you a little insight into his world, Sir Steve, shares his diary with you. And if you think he's given up on competing in the sporting world, you'd be wrong!