eConsultancy, the global intelligence resource for digital marketers (which carries some serious authority in the industry) has today given Spring’s site for Visit Suffolk top billing on the home page under the headline: “What the tourism industry can learn from Visit Suffolk’s glorious responsive website.“ Here it is in full: A satisfying mixture of cutting […]

Erika Clegg
on inwork

Since the Autumn, our energy bills have been at the top of the political and media agenda. David Cameron and Ed Miliband both recognize that with bills at their highest, something needs to be done – especially if they are to win votes in 2015. Cameron has pledged to force energy companies to put customers […]

Jess Topham
on industry
Majorelle Blue
Majorelle Blue

Love, love, love!! Majorelle Blue is the dazzling ultramarine blue that adorns the walls of Yves Saint Laurent’s Majorelle Gardens in Marrakech, originally developed by previous resident, the artist Jacques Majorelle. It moves and shifts with the light, and is quite unique. It’s beautiful.  

Erika Clegg
on inlove

The government has issued this press release showing the value of our industry to the British economy. Let’s hope this triggers real action on their behalf to benefit from and support the sector. Policy change on procurement and pitching, anyone? Official statistics published today reveal that the UK’s creative industries, which includes the film, television […]

Erika Clegg
on industry
Design for Growth
Design for Growth

I attended a meeting earlier this week in which the regional creative industries group finalised a proposal for an exciting scheme. This scheme will create value for the wider regional economy and demonstrate our value to our neighbouring businesses. Our next task is to seek investment from partners within our own industry as well as […]

Erika Clegg
on industry

The Springers
on instagram

Great news just in: Spring’s website for Visit Suffolk has been awarded an Honourable Mention by global web judging organisation Awwwards. Having received a high score courtesy of visitors to the Awwwards site, their judging panel evaluated the site in four criteria: design, creativity, usability and content. Visit Suffolk has scored nearly 80% across the […]

Erika Clegg
on inwork

Our voluntary work with the education system in various capacities has made us all aware of the need to remove barriers between workplaces and schools. And so the Springers have signed up to become volunteers for the government’s Inspiring the Future programme. This means that schools and colleges can call on any one of us […]

Erika Clegg
on inkind

The Springers
on instagram

The Springers
on instagram

After months of work by our designers, developers and content team, Visit Suffolk’s new website and Take Me To Suffolk campaign have now launched. The website doesn’t just break the mould for British tourism websites: it shatters it into a million pieces. This website compels people to explore, play and discover the features of Suffolk […]

Erika Clegg
on inwork
We love SkyCycle
We love SkyCycle

Norman Foster has unveiled plans for a 220km network of car-free cycle routes to be built above London’s rail lines. What a great idea. From the air you see the rail lines – used and disused – running straight and level to the heart of the City and West End. It makes sense to use these […]

Simon Hazelgrove
on inlove

Almost 97,000 homes were sold in November, a level not seen since December 2009. The Right to Buy scheme launched in October will certainly have contributed to this. So far 750 homes have sold with the Government’s help. In fact, in 2013 house sales were up 24% on the previous year, and repossessions were down, […]

Jess Topham
on industry

Back in the summer, we were approached by the Managing Director of Alpha BioPesticides, Iain Fleming. He wanted Spring to create a brand that would help to underpin the company’s growth, as the market for its products expands with changing EU regulation on use of pesticides in farming. Alpha BioPesticides was established in January 2011 […]

Erika Clegg
on inwork

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