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It’s amazing what a difference professional photography can make to the over-all look of your brochure.

Fitrite’s latest brochure combines both location and studio shots with simple clean design.

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Having recently designed and produced a high-spec product brochure and price list range for Talurit UK’s new Xona Division, a need for storing the brochures became apparent.A new Storage box is created for safe tidy storage

With Talurit’s clients often being based in very industrial settings, the brief was to create storage to fit their brochure range, but above all, it needed to be robust, protective and provide longivity.

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The latest I Do Magazine has now been printed and is being distributed to giddy brides-to-be at over 300 wedding fayres all across Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

Following the success of last years magazines, this years editions are a whole 24 pages bigger. With more and more editions going through the post, the magazine has got a brand new-format, going from square to rectangular. The new size is going down a treat with advertisers and brides-t-be’s alike.

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Huddersfield Golf Club

The home of Yorkshire Golf, Huddersfield Golf Club’s corporate promotional folder/brochure get’s a design re-fresh.

The brief was to create a fresh new look for their corporate folder/brochure which is sent out to new and prospective Club members.

The design was required to fit in with and complement the Fixby Hall promotional literature and folder which we created and designed the year prior. The grade II listed building Fixby Hall is Huddersfield Golf Club’s Club House.

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Pennine Law’s company website had certainly stood the test of time, having not changed much over the years, but the way in which it was built had become outdated, being left behind by the ever changing internet.

This is a common problem with older websites, where the coding used to build them is no longer supported. So we advised that the website be freshended up and rebuilt to suit the modern internet needs and requirements.

As they were still happy with the original design and feel of their website, it was agreed that we would rebuild the site to todays internet standards, such as including a mobile friendly version, whilst keeping the original appearance.

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