Founded more than 70 years ago, Fisherprint TLC is one of the largest printing and signage companies in the UK – delivering unrivalled expertise and exceptional service levels. We were delighted to help them revamp their website and corporate brochure to truly reflect the stature of the business and support its ambitious growth plans.
As part of the process we developed an enhanced corporate styling which takes the Fisherprint TLC branding a major step forward, while retaining a nod to the company’s rich heritage.
Along with new fonts and a refined colour palette, our solution sees the use of decreasing sized dots merging into striking new photography – to create a gradient effect reminiscent of the halftone reprographic technique used in printing.
A new line – Beyond Expectations – perfectly captures the breadth and quality of Fisherprint TLC’s offering and an approach that sees the team do whatever it takes to deliver for customers.
Our writing throughout brings the complex skillset of this industry expert to life with informative and engaging copy.
Most importantly we’ve armed the salesforce with engaging tools that can help drive business growth. The site has already received fantastic feedback from our client and its customers alike – with unprecedented demand to feature on the work showcase.
Fisherprint TLC’s Sales & Marketing Director, Viv Lavender said:
“Brookes and Sowerby has responded to our brief for a new website and corporate literature with energy, skill and flair. They took our carousel of ideas, history and product knowledge and with a brilliant, fresh insight have produced a brand and materials that show off our proud history but also focuses on our future.”
As a result of these hugely successful projects, Brookes & Sowerby has been appointed to handle a series of further design briefs and secured an ongoing content marketing contract incorporating e-marketing, blog creation and social media management.
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Looking for a creative approach that goes above and beyond expectations? Contact Mark Sowerby on 07595 301745 or email firstname.lastname@example.org