This year our Marketing and Creative Agency celebrates its first double-figure birthday – Happy 10th Birthday CRE8!Continue reading “CRE8’S 10th Birthday: Your Marketing Goodguys”
The last 10 years have seen CRE8 grow from Paul freelancing from his back-bedroom office, to a team of seven marketing and creative Goodguys, offering everything from web and graphic design to marketing strategy, outsourced management and content, PR and operational support.Continue reading “CRE8’s 10 year project highlights”
2009 was a big year for Paul! Following redundancy and with a long-held desire to work in the creative sector, Paul took the leap of faith and started freelancing in graphic and web design from his back bedroom in Tyldesley.Continue reading “Paul sets up the business”
2009 was special for our Jazmin because in October 2009, 11-year-old Jazmin and her family moved back to England from sunny Spain!Continue reading “Jazmin’s move”
In 2009, Jordan’s football team Salford Boys travelled to the West Coast of America to play football! Salford Boys was a combination of the best (so Jordan tells us…) 16 football players across the Greater Manchester County clubs.Continue reading “Jordan’s chance to play football in America”
In September 2009, Jonathan celebrated his 18th birthday! As a ‘big’ birthday, Jonathan celebrated in style with a fancy-dress birthday bash for all his family and friends to enjoy.Continue reading “Jonathan’s 18th Birthday”
2009 was special for Lauren. At 7 months pregnant she passed her driving test, and then gave birth to her first baby in the December – a baby girl named Grace!Continue reading “Lauren’s first baby”
In July 2009, after a lengthy engagement, Vicki married her husband (Mr G) and became our VG!Continue reading “Vicki’s Wedding Day”
New to the office this week is this little gadget – a Colourimeter.
We often find that the same colours can display slightly differently across multiple screens depending on the amount of light being absorbed. For example, a shade of pink that we use in a design may appear as a completely different colour to you when viewed on a different monitor.