It’s lovely when peers praise our work. So we’re chuffed that Spring’s website for The Great House in Lavenham has been dubbed ‘Suffolk’s top restaurant website’ by a regional web agency. Thanks to the guys at WebTree for this pat on the back. The Great House is exemplary in many ways – it continues to […]
In mid April, Albania – advised by Alistair Campbell – invited companies from across the world to make branding recommendations to their government. The focus for growth is tourism, inward investment and opportunities for the next generation. Spring teamed up with comms partner, Hemington Consulting, to develop a brand communications strategy. In May, we were […]
This morning a little posse of Springers was at DanceEast, walking the Jerwood Dancehouse in preparation for a brand new scheme of directional and brand signage. It’s fair to call the Dancehouse iconic – it towers over Ipswich imposingly, visible from miles away as you arrive into the town. As part of Spring’s ongoing redesign […]
Spring’s ‘Agency for Change’ campaign, with its strong photographic styling, has featured in Design Week’s Award Showcase. Winners include The Partners’ ‘Made in Britain’ identity, itv’s beautiful new brand look and The Prince’s Trust’s ‘Tomorrow’ project.
Spring’s ‘glorious’ website and campaign for Visit Suffolk have been awarded Bronze in the 2014 Roses Creative Awards. The site – which has reported great results in its first four months – has been described as a game changer by the tourism industry. Features include fully responsive design, an interactive bespoke map and rigorous ongoing […]
We were flattered to be invited to enter the Pig and Poultry Marketing Awards by its organisers, and on the 8th May Erika attended the awards ceremony at London’s County Hall. The lunch was delicious, our table hosts (BOCM Pauls) thoroughly entertaining and at the prizes it was lovely to receive a commended award from […]
Today we held one of our fabulous discussion lunches, where we bring together a small group of interesting people to thrash out a knotty issue. Today’s topic was ‘How will we turn this ship?” – and the brief we sent to our lunch guests beforehand read as follows: As time goes by, it can be […]