Archive: April 2012

Some Things Should be Set in Stone

Start-Up business McMillan Masonry, owned and operated by stonemasons Ben McMillan and John McMillan, chose Source for branding and a new website.

Whilst budgets are often tight when starting a business, Ben an John realised the value a professional company image would have on their business - getting their brand right first time and the tools in place to market themselves as quality, credible and professional stonemasons in Shropshire was paramount.

The brand was kept simple and the website built to the exacting standards Ben and John exemplify in their own field - clean, crisp and clear. An attractive interface presents the duo, their services and sectors, giving prospective clients a positive impression from the outset.

A recent photoshoot with the McMillan brothers, features across the site, giving a strong, personal and memorable insight into the care and quality that goes into all their stonemasonry projects.

As with all the Source sites, this one was a bespoke website design, built specifically for McMillan Masonry. From the initial meeting to going live, everything was designed with Ben and John's objectives in mind, providing a website that works for them.

Bloomin' Good Web Design

Shropshire Petals, growers of natural petal confetti and a long-established client, have been working with us to expand their online presence to better reflect their growing business. Please excuse the headline... we couldn't resist.

This digital overhaul came as part of a host of other updated printed marketing material; leaflets, broadsheets, exhibition stands, even bunting! The Shropshire Petals memorable brand identity has been given a more rustic and wholesome image inline with their 100% natural petal confetti products.

The new website is a great step up for Shropshire Petal's business; a beautiful new page design and fresh photography have given a new home to their existing information and blog. The shop system has been revolutionised creating an interactive shopping experience which is more memorable. Shoppers are presented with an intuitive view of the petal mixes they select making the whole buying process more enjoyable.

Check out the site yourself (especially if you have a special day coming up!) If you like it, contact us today and find out what Source can do for you.

[UPDATED] Easter Egg competition winner announced!

We have a winner!

Congratulations to Paul Miller from Church Stretton, who correctly decoded our three anagrams as Happy Easter, Easter Bunny and Resurrection.

A luxury Hotel Chocolat easter egg is on it's way to you!

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