Success breeds success

We have started 2020 in fantastic fashion here at Crush. There are smiles on faces and a real buzz of effective ‘busy-ness’.

I have always felt that Crush does its best work when under pressure, perhaps we all do. Not too much pressure, and not too little pressure, a Goldilocks amount of pressure.

This sweet spot of creativity is brilliantly explained on a TED Talk recently by Adam Grant (That a look) and is something I aspire to achieve in offices of Crush!

What keeps an agency like Crush busy?

I sometimes get ask, what do you do?

I love and hate this question in equal measure because we do so much great work, and I love a good boast, but it is so varied and often complex range of work that I always feel I do my own agency a disservice.

So, rather than try to boast I have scanned through our project management software and listed some of the work the guys in the studio are doing right now to give you a flavour.

Currently in the studio the Design team are working on

  • A brand development job for a new AI start up
  • A website design for a large’ish manufacturer in the East Midlands
  • A new logo for a small retailer
  • The design and layout of technical document for an international sustainability company
  • An exhibition stand to design
  • An anniversary campaign design for an estate agent
  • A small advert for a equipment reseller
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In the developers and digital corner, they are busy with

  • Database and directory build for local voluntary and NHS services
  • Analytical and optimisation of a leading FMGC brand
  • A new website for an energy company
  • A new quote comparison platform for a different energy company
  • Integration updates to a recruitment API and search
  • Updates to numerous website
  • An intranet
  • A white labelled supplier registration system
  • Interactive map and campaign for an international charity
  • Design of numerous HTML email
  • A data and DNS migration
  • The update and configuration of a new web server

Thank you to these photographers from UnSplash.