History was once again made at Aintree on Saturday, when Rachel Blackmore rode Minella Times to victory in the 2021 Grand National.
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Your colleagues, your clients and your audience will currently be spending a lot more time listening and looking at the screen in front of them. Bespoke animations and videos are a great way to visualize exactly the kind of things you want to say and to show them. If you’ve got the words (in a […]
Within the last couple of weeks, the Yellowdot team have had the pleasure of creating/evolving two fresh business identities. The first was for a locally based PR company with a unique name, and the second for a long established telecoms business looking for a brand re-fresh. The results are below. NEW IDENTITY With a very […]
On a cold but beautifully sunny February day, the re-arranged Yellowdot Christmas Cup once again took place at Hampton Court Palace Golf Club. With the course in remarkably good condition for the time of year, no excuses were permitted. All golfers were presented with ‘designer’ Yellowdot bobble-hats, the perfect headwear in such conditions as the […]
History was made at Aintree on Saturday when Tiger Roll became only the second horse in living memory to win the Grand National in successive years, following Red Rum back in the early 1970’s (hands-up who remembers that). Tiger Roll carried the number three, which proved lucky for two of the contestants in the annual […]
We recently completed our first project for the London Borough of Hounslow, a double-sided set of large format property development boards – with a difference. The open brief allowed us plenty of scope to fully research the location, the properties and the local history. We presented two alternative approaches, firstly using some ‘famous faces and […]
Having been down the Christmas e-card route in recent years (a green option but instantly forgettable – if seen at all) we have now reverted to the more traditional custom of sending a physical card. Yes there’s the production and postage costs to pay, but you’re getting the once-a-year opportunity to have a piece of […]