We are really excited to now be working with the RHS which have appointed us to help design and build a new series of HTML email templates. The range of emails are going to be used to promote the numerous RHS shows, news and retail offerings to their audience across the UK and Europe. Our
New website development for Finsbury Foods group.
By the Scruff have been working with Haymarket Publishing to develop a brand new Bannermate solution for their WhatHiFi brand. We’ve moved away from flash entirely and have now created a truly responsive HTML5 banner solution. This custom designed template will now work across all devices without the need for an image backup and the
In October By The Scruff was approached by Mulberry School for Girls in the nearby area of Tower Hamlets to engage with the rebranding of the Extended Learning department. The existing identity was incoherent, dated and lacked consistency; the school wished to bring a number of extracurricular activities and events programmes under one department of
Responsive Wordpress website launches ahead of marathon season.
Majestic Athletic launches their popular American Sportswear range of clothing into Europe.
By the Scruff were commissioned to build the new Public Sector microsite for SHL. Using the corporate brand guidelines and extensive library of graphics and illustrations we designed and coded this site that was included in the main SHL.com offering. Find out more here shl.com/publicsector/
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Customised WordPress website with parallax effect
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The first of 4 London 2012 Olympic infographics for Gorkana Group is published
Bannermate runs smoothly across 3 Haymarket consumer titles; WhatHiFi, Stuff and FourFourTwo.