Posts Tagged ‘website development’

Katapult win Best Digital Media award

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

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The Katapult team all had a great evening last night at the CIN Awards and were really pleased to win the Best Digital Media category for the FORMAT09 website and Photocinema. Congratulations to all the other winners, particularly 1623 Theatre who won the Best Performing Arts and Live Event category and also the Best in Show.

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See who else was shortlisted on the CIN Awards page.

Also, a big thanks to Wayne Hemingway for being such a good host and making everyone want to go to Vintage at Goodwood next year.

Cycle Blackpool website is now live

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

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The Cycle Blackpool website is now live.

Like existing client Cycle Derby, Cycle Blackpool is also a ‘cycling demonstration town’ funded by Cycling England, each town has slightly differing priorties but they are all tasked with encouraging take-up of cycling and improving cycling infrastucture.

We have worked closely with the team at Cycle Blackpool in the design and build of the new Cycle Blackpool site which includes the latest news and events, routes and cycling clubs in the region, social media, a blog and a forum. Katapult are currently in the process of adding more features to the site including a cycle route logging system using Google Maps and a ‘cycle to work’ challenge which allows companies to set goals & log trips.

We are working on a number of other cycling projects at the moment: a recent pitch win to work on the Tour of Britain South West Stages and a Cycle to School Challenge with Cycle Derby.

See more of our Katapult digital projects

Safer roads for everyone – TMS website live

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

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Having worked closely with TMS – a specialist provider of road safety and traffic management services, we are pleased to see the new website we worked with them on is up, running and generating enquiries.

Katapult ran a brand workshop with all staff at TMS  to build a clear understanding of the comapny’s ethos and positioning. This informed the development of a brand framework that clearly set out TMS’ positioning, proposition and values which provided a platform for the development of a new brand identity and design style. Including the strapline ‘Safer roads for everyone’, this reinforces a commitment to improving road safety and captures the company’s spirit and personality.

Lorna Charles from TMS said ‘ We think it looks amazing. So far we have had really positive feedback and we are sure this will continue over the coming weeks/months. Everyone at Katapult has been great over the last year or so and the rebrand has also received really positive feedback. The whole package we can now offer to our clients looks really professional and we couldn’t have done it without you.’

See more of our Katapult branding and digital projects