News: In the Spotlight: April & May Recap

In the Spotlight: April & May Recap

Jack Ogston 1st of June 2023

Annan Athletic FC were the very first walk-in client we ever had when we opened our doors 11 years ago – so it seems fitting we launched their new website on what was Creatomatic’s 11th birthday (April 26th).

With some big footy fans in the Creato team (Jack and James), there was a fair bit of buzz in the office when this one officially launched. Just a few weeks later Annan were promoted to cinch League one for the first time in their history too.

Annan Athletic Football Club

Our design, dev and digital marketing teams worked closely with the club board and media team at Annan to help them achieve the digital fan experience they were looking for.

A modern design and updated user interface were developed for player profiles, fixtures/results, news, front page and standard single pages. We also worked with Fanbase to ensure fans were able to continue to purchase match tickets with ease.

Ballogie Estate

Ballogie Estate lies on the south side of the River Dee in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire. The estate offers unique accommodation, an exclusive use wedding venue @ballogiehouse, a cafe/restaurant and a variety of outdoor pursuits.

The team were tasked with modernising the estate’s digital footprint and showing off all it has to offer. The Capercaillie and suite of icons were an important piece of the jigsaw and our design team ensured these were prominent throughout.

Their various services were supported with clear calls to action – SuperControl was also integrated to drive direct bookings for their self-catering accommodation, and our Eve events system to promote what’s on at the estate throughout the year.

The Frothy Bike Co.

Frothy Bike Co were struggling to make their original brand work across multiple different online and offline touchpoints. They needed something they could transfer across their website, social media, merch, print materials & more. Having worked with Ross and team to develop the first Frothy website, it was great to get a chance to update their logo and branding.

Graeme Ditchburn Architect

Graeme Ditchburn is an experienced architect based here in Dumfries and Galloway. Offering a full range of residential architectural services, Graeme is a certified Passivhaus designer and has also undergone retrofit training with the AECB.

Phase 1 of the project involved developing a new modern and contemporary brand identity for the business. The team were tasked with delivering something that matched Graeme’s style as a designer and incorporated a more earthy colour palette.

Marchbank Bakers

The last couple of years have seen Marchbank Bakers embark on an exciting journey to revamp and modernise their many stores across the Dumfries & Galloway area.

We were delighted to be asked to support this project by coming up with a whole new product packaging style for the company, in-keeping with their existing brand. This included custom design food paper, coffee cups, cake boxes and paper bags.

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