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Out of hours support number: 01461 536 202
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80a High Street
Dumfries and Galloway
Company number: SC422843
VAT number: 184828370
Creatomatic are attending the 2019 Association of Scotland’s Self Caterers (ASSC) conference next week (Tuesday 29th October) at the Hilton Glasgow Hotel.
Website launched for RK DJ Mobile Disco, wedding and event DJs based in Dumfries and Galloway.
New website launched for Argyll based luxury B&B, Kilmartin Castle – a 16th century tower house built by the Rector of Kilmartin.
Creatomatic are proud sponsors of the ‘Best Bike’ category at this year’s motor show, taking place at Park Farm show ground on Sunday 15th September.
New site for Timber Preservation Technologies (TPT), Timber Treatment Plant manufacturers based in Cumbria.
Working with the University of Glasgow on their pioneering cancer treatment laboratory website.
Helping The Orchard show off their three brilliant lodges and improve usability for bookers.
Creatomatic officially named as one of SuperControl’s featured web developers.
Helping Armstrong Group, one of Dumfries & Galloway’s longest running companies, bring consistency to their brand.
New design and site for Hetland Garden Centre as they enter 2019 peak season.
The Christmas break is fast approaching and Creatomatic HQ will be closing at midday tomorrow (Friday 7th December) for our annual Christmas bash.
We stepped in to transform Ipso Books into its new brand, turning a project around in under a fortnight.
Here at Creatomatic, we’re having a wonderful time dealing with the final week in the run-up to the GDPR deadline. Here’s a few final things you should know before the deadline.
A guide to how GDPR can affect the services Creatomatic provide, and what you need to know if you use them.
Quick sneak preview of the beautiful new brochure we recently designed, prepped and printed for Knockinaam Lodge.
We’ve been practicing what we preach this week and updating our own website with some of our recent work, some of which we’ll be sharing here.
Clean new design, fully client-managed content, stockists directory and more.
The weather’s hit Annan (and beyond) with a vengeance this morning.
We’re taking precautionary steps over the next few days to ensure all Creatomatic managed systems and servers are patched and secure against flaws recently discovered with Intel processor chips.
We’re shutting up shop shortly after lunchtime this coming Friday, 22nd December and back in the office again on Monday 8th January.
This vital, local service is struggling and could really benefit from a little help.
Spring 2012 – a little over 5 years ago. Kit & I met up with a cocky, spotty young oik in Kings Coffee Shop, Dumfries, for a cuppa.
We’re not altogether certain that we can count this as part of our ‘award-winning’ blurb, mind…
Chris McW’s getting married in the summer and is jetting off to sunny Spain this weekend for his stag do.
We’ve levelled up to a new office – come see us soon.
This year, we decided to break with tradition in Creatomatic HQ In lieu of our usual frivolous Secret Santa, we each selected a charity and made a donation to it. Here’s our list for 2016: Kit – Red Cross in Aleppo. If you’ve been keeping in touch with current events you’ll know that the situation […]
Welcome to the new side of the Easterbrook Hall
Paul’s just finished putting the final touches to a new logo & branding for Aerial Outlook, a local drone-pilot business.
Creatomatic are in the list of finalists for the ‘Best Employer’ and ‘Most Innovative Business’ awards
A complete digital for Glasgow based SCENEgineering
So we made the local paper again this morning, complete with fresh mug-shots and everything.
It’s becoming an informal tradition that we mark company birthdays with a) a full-on night on the town, and b) a quick round-up of what we’ve been up to over the last 12 months. While we managed Part A quite effectively – with the collective team taken to the uber friendly Electric Fields festival, at […]
We’ve been hard at work to make the new DnG24 website an outstanding resource for the latest news in Dumfries and Galloway. Full case study will be coming soon, but in the mean time, check out the brand new site at www.dng24.co.uk – it’s a cracker.
That’s everyone at Creatomatic back at our desks again this morning after a long-needed and much welcomed couple of weeks off.
Creatomatic will be closed from Friday 19th December 2014 and will re-open on Monday 5th January 2015.
We’ve been working closely with Events in the Sky this past few months, transforming their online presence and specifically working on branding their public event; London in the Sky.
I love my team. And they love me too (We also made a donation to the Motor Neuron Disease Association; you can too, if you want to help a very good cause.) Kit
While there’s no ukeleles in this years birthday blog post, it’s a good time to have a wee recap of where we are in 2014.
We’re delighted to announce that Creatomatic will be working with Natural Power to redevelop their corporate and internal websites over 2014-2015.
It’s all good, until the musical fascism kicks in.
Welcome to Bridge House; our new home as of March 2013.
According to Silktide, who we’ve linked to before on the subject, it appears that the ridiculous EU Cookie Law is dead. Got to love their take on it: http://blog.silktide.com/2013/01/the-stupid-cookie-law-is-dead-at-last/
This week, we launched a slightly refreshed WordPress retrofit for the local legends at The Bookshop in Wigtown. (For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure of visiting this establishment, it’s like a real-life Black Books, but bigger. And with more wine. The Bookshop Facebook page gives an excellent flavour of the place). We […]
It’s a late-night launch for the first version of Creatomatic.co.uk. As we type this, it’s 11:30pm, and we’ve been working on the website for fourteen and a half hours.