News: Now we are two

Now we are two

James Miodonski 1st of August 2014

Today marks the second anniversary of Creatomatic opening its doors.

If our first year was all about learning and growth, our second has been focused squarely on building on these foundations. We’ve enjoyed another year of growth, but this year, rather than doubling the size of our team, we’ve grown the company itself, in terms of support, clients and equipment.

  • We’ve invested heavily in online services – upgrading our dedicated servers and doubling the capacity, along with setting up a dedicated backup server to act as an additional fallback to our server and internal backups. Three levels of redundancy mean that we’re in a good position should the worst happen.
  • We’ve upgraded our office equipment – designing on spacious HD screens and fast Macs makes a hell of a lot of difference when you’re dealing with a dozen different clients in an afternoon!
  • We’ve worked on building up our own code library – allowing us to quickly develop custom solutions without having to code frameworks from scratch.

Work-wise, meanwhile, we’ve had the opportunity to pitch for house-hold name projects – and we’ve won more new business in 2014 so far than we took on in our entire first year. We’ve successfully made the transition into responsive design; we’ve redesigned and built our own website (not before time!); and we carried out work for clients in London, Paris, Rome and beyond.

For 2015, we’re looking forward to taking on our second office and pushing our services to an ever-wider audience – thanks as always to our loyal customers for another great year!

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