Business owner in Chorley? Heard of Totally Locally? If not then take a look at the new and updated Totally Locally Chorley website www.totallylocallychorley.co.uk Totally Locally is a campaign run by independent shops and businesses in the local area to encourage the public to spend more money supporting them. If every adult in the chorley area spent just £5 per week in their local independent shops, instead of online or at …

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Working closely with KWT Consultants, Iced were commissioned to develop a new brand identity. Furthermore we have created a range of corporate stationery, updated the website and produced a brand guideline. Can we help you with a rebrand or brand development? If so get in touch on 01257 543503 or email hello@icedgraphics.com

Leading Chorley creative digital agency, Iced celebrated its 4th birthday last month. More news to follow…

Plenty of web and print to start the week off. We have some exciting projects coming up that we can’t wait to share with you from a variation of industries. If Iced Graphics can help you with any graphic design or web work then give us a follow and visit us online www.icedgraphics.com alternatively follow us on twitter @icedgraphics or email us at hello@icedgraphics.com If you haven’t already you can …

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Iced Graphics Launch New Exciting Website for Leading North West Engineering Company Iced Graphics, a leading North West based digital and creative agency, are pleased to launch one of their newest website projects, that of Tom Parker Ltd (a Hot 100 North West Business). Due to the unique requirements of the project, the complexity of the build and the visually striking finished result, the team are especially proud of the …

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Have you come across our April newsletter, if not here it is. Read about how we helped a North West Hot 100 Business see an average increase of 8% in sales, a 15% increase in page views and a 12% reduction in bounce rate in the first few months alone. View our latest clients, tip of the month and recent brands: http://eepurl.com/cJ5_Hb Want to subscribe to future newsletters? Simply email …

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A guest post by Josh is a print design enthusiast, currently based in the UK. He has a passion for all things colourful and loves any designs that make use of his favourite colour (blue). Flyers are everywhere. If you run a brick and mortar business, you’re probably sick of getting flyers pushed through your door every single day of the week. While printed flyers can be one of the …

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When it comes to creating a graphic design portfolio, there are a number of tips you should follow, but there’s no ‘one correct way’ to lay it out. In a way, that’s good; it means you’re free to experiment and showcase your creativity in designing your website. But it can also create a tyranny of choice: with so many possible avenues to go down, it can be difficult to find …

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The world of web design tools never stands still. Technology keeps on advancing, standards keep on evolving, and every month there’s new stuff to try out that can make your life as a designer that little bit better. Static mockups are becoming less useful and the lines between designer and developer are becoming increasingly blurred. As we work more collaboratively with one another, the tools we use are having to …

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Sporting the tagline ‘a better world through creativity’, it’s no surprise that Cape Town’s annual creative extravaganza Design Indaba regularly explores how design can make a difference on a global scale. Last week’s three-day festival certainly didn’t disappoint on that front, and we reported on five ways design can change the world. On a more personal scale, Design Indaba also has no shortage of insight and inspiration for working designers. Art …

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Are you guilty of living in the past? Using methods that were once tried-and-true can be alluring, but it can also prove dangerous to your search strategy. In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand spells out eight old school SEO practices that you should ditch in favor of more effective and modern alternatives. Video Transcription Howdy, Moz fans, and welcome to another edition of Whiteboard Friday. This week we’re going to chat …

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Feeling stumped? Everyone suffers from creative block now and then. Question is, how do you overcome it? We came across this brilliant infographic, which shares 21 top tips and tricks to help inspire you. From taking a risk to copying other people, there are plenty of unusual tricks you can try to give your creative brain a kick up the backside. Remember, there’s no one way to be creative, so …

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1. Death to the Stock Photo Death to the Stock Photo is just that; a photo and inspiration haven for creatives looking to move away from the cheesy stock image and instead find something suitable for their projects. Premium access is available but if you signup to their mailing list, you’ll get free photos by email every month. 2. Pexels Best free stock photos in one place – that’s …

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Leaders in print for designers Route 1 Print reveals the essential things to consider when approaching print-based work. In this ever-expanding digital world, it can be easy to forget the power of print design. But print is most definitely not dead and, done properly, can produce work that is extra special. However, the ‘getting it right’ bit is vital to this outcome – and that’s where leading print and …

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In this tutorial I’m going to create a cube net utilising some of the great functions in InDesign, including smart guides, X and Y positioning, and the height and width text fields. The usual choice for vector graphics work would be Illustrator, but for me it’s faster to work in InDesign – the program has many of the same functions as Illustrator, so it can easily be used to …

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How do you go about rebranding a city? So that it becomes part of its own identity? So woven into every single street, building and bit of infrastructure that it is instantly recognisable, as well as visually pleasing? It’s no easy feat, as many of you will know. When faced with such a colossal task, you have to take into account a city’s history and heritage, and consider where it …

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For more than a decade now the web is continuing to invade every area of our daily lives. From professional workplaces to home entertainment, to on the go help to our connected automobiles,  the web invaded almost everywhere. Naturally, web development is subject to much interest from all stakeholders. While businesses want it to help business conversion, this website development company find the heat of competition when it comes to engaging audience. …

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I’ve had conversations with two design business owners recently who revealed where their confidence comes from, and I wanted to share the interesting findings. The consensus suggested confidence is a result of action, their doing something, not waiting around for it to strike. People create their confidence and are in control of it. The first conversation I had was with the owner of a business which has been around since 1986, …

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Some people are destined to be designers. They have a knack for aesthetics, notice the finer details and love to learn new things. These people just move through the world differently. At Shillington, our students—most without any previous design training—recognise their eye for design and decide to turn their passion into a career. Should you become a graphic designer? The following 11 signs will reveal whether you should become …

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Looking to extend your skillset in 2017? Maybe you want to learn how to start a blog or discover how to draw? Upskilling can help you skip to the front of the design opportunities queue. But what should you learn, and how? We’ve already looked at the skills most desired by employers. Now read on for six pro tips from designers who’ve successfully upskilled… 01. Build your confidence “Have …

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Whether it is a signup flow or a multi-view stepper, forms are one of the most important components of digital product design – so you need to design them so they work effectively on mobile devices. Here’s how… Vertical scroll A single column layout works better Regardless of the device size, the easiest way to complete a form is in a linear fashion. Multiple columns disrupt a user’s momentum (the …

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We’re not going to bore you with the details of how to create a website. You’re obviously too savvy to be taught the basics of setting something up. What we are going to try and do, is help you with the things that you might overlook. We’ve teamed up with Squarespace to put together a range of helpful advice on creating a successful website. We’ve looked at why you …

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If you’re a busy freelancer working from home and your office space is in need of a bit of tender loving care, style expert and author Abigail Ahern has lots of of advice to help transform your home office. Here are five of Ahern’s top tips for creating a productive workspace… 01. Get a curved screen Curved screens are not only aesthetically more appealing, they also wrap you up …

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The bounty of cheap behavioral data available today is a boon for marketers. Columnist Brian Massey explains how to take advantage of this cheap data to develop an effective landing page. I believe that cheap behavioral data will fundamentally change the way we do online marketing. How would this look for something as straightforward as developing a landing page? Below I’ve outlined nine studies — all of which can …

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Why should marketers care about Twitch? Columnist Chris Kerns takes a look at the growing live-streaming phenomenon and how marketers and brands can take advantage of the channel. Before you market to an audience, first you have to find them. Most marketers have their favorite channels — ones that have worked for them in the past, or where they feel most comfortable with the lingo and standards. But as time …

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As you might expect in the month that plays host to CES, January’s round-up of the best new graphic design tools features some killer new hardware for creatives. From Dell’s cracking new Precision 5520 laptop to Wacom’s workflow-disrupting Intuos Pro Paper Edition, we’ve covered some of the most exciting new design tools below. The best free graphic design software It’s also been a good month for software. Corel led the …

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Every great designer has been inspired by another. So if you’re keen on a creative career in graphic design, you need to know just who the leaders are. Industry experts and guest lecturers from Shillington, which specialises in three and nine-month intensive courses for beginners, have revealed their own personal favourites and just who inspires them. As practising professionals and acclaimed designers in their own right, our lecturing team from …

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When faced with a quieter period, you’ll undoubtedly dedicate some time to your marketing. Whether you’re selling your crafts online or hoping to land your next design project, you’ll want to make people aware that you’re open for business. From improving your website so it attracts more customers to boosting your videos or social updates, the following fresh marketing tools should help you enjoy a successful 2017. 1. Crazy …

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  While it can be difficult to develop hard skills from scratch, it’s certainly not as difficult to hone your skills (including those softer skills) to get a competitive edge. Learning can take many different forms, so what can the web developers of tomorrow do to get ahead? To get an idea, Packt, creators of the skills learning platform Mapt, asked six of its expert authors and developers what …

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Giving out their recipes, doing crazy marketing stunts, and receiving MBE’s are just a few reasons why Brewdog have hit the headlines. Our digital marketing experts at Exposure Ninja look into their secrets of success. It was a typically cold British Tuesday morning when us digital marketing experts at Exposure Ninja were sat around our laptops with our much needed morning coffee. We started talking on our communication channel, Slack, …

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On-page SEO is no longer a simple matter of checking things off a list. There’s more complexity to this process in 2016 than ever before, and the idea of “optimization” both includes and builds upon traditional page elements. In this Whiteboard Friday, Rand explores the eight principles you’ll need for on-page SEO success going forward. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high resolution version in a new …

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In the 21st century, it’s impossible to play down the importance of having an effective online presence. Online branding is vital in building awareness of your business as well as being, and a great tool for making you stand out amongst competitors. Your online brand will be the first impression many potential customers get of your business so you need to get it right. Luckily, there are a number of …

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Photoshop has many types of layers and adjustment layers available, but there are six that you’ll find you need to use again and again. Learning how they should be used may seem a little daunting for beginners, but there are plenty of Photoshop tutorials to help you out, and once you’ve got to grips with them, you’ll find they play a part in the creative process of almost every image …

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Let’s face it. None of us have time to focus on social media marketing. There simply aren’t enough hours in the day to tweet or share updates on Facebook. Not when there are bills to pay and clients to serve. But you’ve got to keep yourself active because you’ll still want to benefit from that essential content and conversation, where you can build relationships and attract new business. So how …

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  “Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration,” according to Thomas A. Edison. But when it comes to design, inspiration plays a much more important role, it’s an essential part of the creative process. You need to constantly spot things when you’re out and about, read books and magazines, and – of course – scour the internet to get inspired. To save you time, we’ve put together …

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  Whether you’re at university, looking for a job, working for someone else or freelancing – you undoubtedly need an online presence to succeed. But being on Behance or Cargo Collective alone might not give you the right level of exposure. This is where your own website becomes essential. It’s a chance to show prospective clients and employers just how good you are, and it’ll widen the net far …

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Social media is one of the fastest changing industries out there. Sometimes a cutting-edge technology changes the social game, or an old idea (e.g. virtual reality) gains viral popularly. Either way, the results always have a huge impact and 2017 will be no different. Here are five social media trends that will dominate 2017. 1. Social messaging When people discuss social media, there always seems to be more focus on …

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Social and digital marketing have hit their stride — and now that everyone is back from winter break and settling in to the new year, it’s time to review the lessons learned from last year, and look forward to what’s needed for your company to shine in 2017. From the evolving world of artificial intelligence to expectations of instant communications, Stacy DeBroff, CEO and founder of Influence-Central, shares her take …

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Are you guilty of living in the past? Using methods that were once tried-and-true can be alluring, but it can also prove dangerous to your search strategy. In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand spells out eight old school SEO practices that you should ditch in favor of more effective and modern alternatives. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high resolution version in a new tab! Video Transcription Howdy, …

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If you simply can’t imagine life without your creative passion, then you’re probably looking at ways to turn that hobby into a career. Whether you paint, sculpt, sew, weave or make – the following 10 books come highly recommended, and will provide excellent advice on launching a creative business in 2017. 1. Make it Now!: Creative Inspiration and the Art of Getting Things Done by Anthony Burrill This life-affirming …

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Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes when a company embarks upon a rebranding exercise? As with other vital areas of business, proper consideration and thought should be given to ensure that the visual output is reflective of the corporate values and brand personality. Logo design is an integral part of the branding process and something that is easy for businesses of all sizes to relate to. Done …

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Just discovered here at STC: Google mines YouTube descriptions to find prospects for generating featured snippets. What’s great about this is that it’s one more way that YouTube can help significantly raise your visibility in Google. Please note: It was previously noted by Jennifer Slegg that Google was pulling some featured snippets from YouTube transcripts, but not their descriptions. What we’ve seen is coming from their descriptions, and also …

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To make sure your ecommerce offers and promotions are ready in advance we have put together a useful infographic that displays when each key date is in 2017 and also when you should (at the latest) start your promotion.

20 of the best places to find free assets for your graphic design projects by Katy Cowan of Creative Boom Almost no design project can be complete without the addition of the odd asset. Whether you need a stock photograph, vector, mockup or handy icon to add to your work – you’ll want to find what you need quickly and easily, and preferably without costing you a penny. The following helpful …

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What can behavioral science teach marketers about digital advertising? Contributor Peter Minnium dives into key learnings from behavioral scientists to help you know how to engage your prospects. Peter Minnium on December 30, 2016 at 10:38 am – Marketing Land   Dr. Herbert Simon, the Nobel prize-winning psychologist, coined the phrase “poverty of attention” back in 1971, at the dawn of the information age. “In an information-rich world,” he said, …

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Typography can make or break a project, particularly when you’re challenged with looking for the perfect script font. Which is why we’ve picked out 20 of the best in modern calligraphy to help you get it right in 2017. The following suggestions are available at an affordable price, all courtesy of our friends at Font Bundles – an online marketplace that offers exclusive deals on the highest quality premium and …

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Will Mullins explains the benefits & why your company should invest in SEO.

Terms and Conditions The competition will be drawn on the 31st January at 12pm. The 8 winners will be notified on the 1st Feb 2017. Prizes 1 – 4 will be booked in Feb but will not start until the 1st March 2017 onwards. 1st prize – The £1000 credit cannot be used against a web build already in progress. The credit can be used against a new website or …

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It is that time of year where the major players of the business world start rolling out their Christmas advertisements. This brings us to student, Nick Joblanka, who recently published his own Christmas advert, his own take on the John Lewis which he fooled the public with last week, viewed almost 800,000,00 times, his work was submitted as part of a college brief.This year’s John Lewis is expected to launch …

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Totally Locally has been set up to help towns across Britain in brining in more business by supporting independent shops in businesses in your town. If every adult in the Chorley area spent just £5 each week in the independent shops and businesses of Chorley it would be worth roughly £29million going back into the local economy. This means there will be more jobs, better facilities and help create a …

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We take what our clients say seriously, when we receive great feedback we know we’ve done our job well and made you happy. Here’s what some of our clients have to say. Can we help your business? If so get in touch, email us at:hello@icedgraphics.com or give us a call direct on: 01257 543 503. You can also visit us online at www.icedgraphics.com

Some examples of our latest completed logo and branding designs being added to a ex army land rover. More information and images coming soon.

  We were recently commissioned to design a brand for nutrition and health product brand ‘We Are Juice’. Martin Ainsworth, director of We Are Juice said: “Kev and the team were really helpful throughout the whole process, helped us visualise exactly what we wanted and then came up with a concept that blew us away – they didn’t fail to deliver with the final product either, amazing customer service and …

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At Iced, we’ve always been known for our custom site designs. For years, we’ve been helping even the smallest organizations look as great as the largest corporations. Great design that is easy to use is our passion. But these days, there are many web developers whose idea of custom web design is pick a pre-designed template from an online store and adding your company’s logo and content. While this approach …

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Examples of some beautiful textured print we designed and printed for the NHS recently. The brief was to create a menu for a President’s Dinner to be held at the Lowry Theatre. We were extremely excited when they turned up at the office and for good reason, they have turned out superb. Do you need help with your design and print? Our print services include: Leaflet/flyer, Business cards, Compliment slips, Brochures, Newspapers/trade magazines, Signage, Posters, Indoor & outdoor …

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Trawling through the web and I come across the work of Hammo (Nick Hamilton) an illustrator who’s work I’m familiar of, yet never really stopped to take a look at… Well today, I have! This is the work he created for Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, a series of illustrations/wall murals that would line the hospital corridors and wards (and any other place with a relatively flat surface). If you have …

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Please note that we can only accept work placement requests by emailing hello@icedgraphics.com. If you like what we do and think you could learn something from us, then please don’t hesitate to fill in the form below. We love meeting new talent and usually ask people in for a week or two and sometimes longer depending on how busy we are. We pay travel expenses and lunch which comes to around £150 …

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Do you offer your customers instant support? You can with Iced Live Chat! For only £79* per annum we can install our live chat module onto any website. The live chat is fully configured on our dedicated server to make sure their is no reduction in your websites loading speed. The chat module is brand-able to match your website. What makes our live chat module different? • No monthly charges …

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Iced Graphics, a leading North West based web and creative agency, recently featured within an edition of the acclaimed Net magazine. The leading publication for professional web designers and developers hand selected their work to showcase to their readers. With over a decade of experience, Iced has helped their growing client base stand out from the crowd with eye-catching and innovative creative solutions. Opening a new office in Chorley town …

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We’re fans of Creative Review down at Iced, receiving each issue released. Their latest issue focused on their new branding which we think looks terrific!                     If you could you do with Iced’s help in updating/creating a new logo or brand for you then why not break the ice? Get in touch to see how Iced can help you.

Last week Ministry of Sound released a new brand identity, gone are the name Ministry of Sound, gone is the iconic gate and gone is the crown which sat atop the logo. Whilst the logo has been completely revamped, they have decided to keep one aspect of the old logo alive to combine elements of the past while looking forward to the future. Personally I’m not too sure this rebrand was …

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The George Bence Builders Merchant landscape issue 2 magazine is out now! We designed, artworked and sourced a printers who could print the trade magazine to their specifications. We are pleased with the outcome and feel it looks great.   Get in touch to see if we can help you with any design and print requirements.

It’s always a great feeling seeing a piece of work that yourself and team have worked hard on out in the open. This time it is that of The Lush Pet Boutique, who’s recent packaging and product has been snapped with Hollyoaks star Jorgie Porter and tested by Lady, her two year old Bichon Frise cross Jack Russell Terrier.  

So you may have seen it in the news/on TV lately, the CBBC logo has had a makeover, gone is the dated green and black logo and in comes this vibrant, colourful logo. This comes after a controversial makeover of the BBC3 logo. Here is the logo in various forms. As a motion piece, the logo works extremely well, and as you can see the logo isn’t restricted in any …

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We’ve waited patiently for the arrival of the latest edition of Net magazine in the studio. As we announced previously, we would be featured under a section which invites designers to get involved by creating a piece of work. In this particular issue, Kev created a piece of work for Chorley Little Theatre. The brief was to design a website for a theatre. It could be a West End or …

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Late last year Iced designed and made an app, YourChorley. YourChorley is a great app, available for anyone needing live Chorley shop & business locations, directions, reviews, contact details, news and weather updates. The app has been made for the public and businesses in the Chorley area to connect with each other. To have your business feature on the YourChorley app please get in touch at hello@icedgraphics.com

Principal Hygiene’s new Ecommerce website this week went live. As previously stated Iced are continuing their partnership with Principal Hygiene, previously being commissioned to build a CMS website. We worked closely with Principal Hygiene in order to understand what exactly is was that Principal Hygiene wanted their Ecommerce website to do. You can visit Principal Hygiene’s new Ecommerce website here www.principalhygienesupplies.co.uk don’t forget to let us know what you think.

It is early news, but we are pleased to announce that Iced will be featured in the national magazine, Net Magzine next month (March). We are extremely delighted by this and can’t wait for the issue to be released, please keep your eyes peeled, we’ll have more to follow soon.  

Another client site has gone live! The Lush Pet Boutique (Kirsty & Paul) visited the Iced studio back in October 2015 with the brief of creating a brand for their new business start up, selling luxury pet products (starting with food and eventually moving on to sell various other luxury pet products. The brand consists of many different design outcomes which would include the following: A new logo both …

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Principal Hygiene have continued their long partnership with Iced by previously commissioning a responsive cms and ecommerce website. We are pleased to work with Principal Hygiene and look forward to continuing our long standing partnership in the future. You can view the responsive cms website here, please let us know what you think: www.principalhygiene.co.uk More information is coming soon.

We love the football at Iced, and today we were excited by the news that The English Premier League today unveiled their new brand logo. The clean, simple design is a positive improvement from the previous versions and will no doubts have creatives talking throughout the world today, (after all it is the best league in the world). It is a logo that can adapt easily on various platforms …

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Sneak peak inside our e-brochure, you’ll find out who we work with, client testimonials, examples of our work and last but not least how you can contact us here at Iced. You can view our e-brochure online at: www.icedgraphics.com/brochure/

As smartphone and tablet adoption rapidly increases, so does the importance of mobile-friendly websites. Mobile sales have already overtaken desktop sales, and mobile Internet usage is predicted to overtake desktop internet usage by 2014. It is only logical that mobile search will overtake desktop search at some point in the near future as well. One Website, Many Devices One of the most appealing aspects of responsive web design is …

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Iced recently designed and printed Bence’s first (in 160 years) trade magazine. The Trade magazine is a quarterly 16pp tabloid. See the first edition here: http://www.bence.co.uk/artwk/bence_LR.pdf

Sorry for the delay with this post, but as of August 2013 Iced went global with its design presence! We were lucky enough to design for Suicide Girl – Moxi. August was especially a good month for us as we had already designed for UK celebrity & TV presenter Melanie Sykes.

We were proud to design and print all branding and posters for Melanie Sykes ‘Ice creams for Autism’ charity tour.    

As we have seen an increase of client mistakes when it comes to sending successful html email marketing campaigns, we thought it was our duty to point out the most common mistakes that should never be made: Not having permission Confusing transactional emails with email marketing Assuming people remember who you are Writing like a used-car salesman Ignoring campaign reports Sending with a personal reply-to address

We are pleased to announce we will be working with Preston based Gafoor Pure Halal. Gafoor are the UK’s longest serving Halal poultry producers. Unlike others they specialise in production, processing and supply (farm to fork). In the coming months we will be working on a range of video stings, radio ad edit and tv campaign.

Newly added to our client list (April 2013): KBC Restaurant, The Balloon Shop, Phoenix Contracts, Paws 4 Thought, The Wellness Partnership and Loan Spotter. Live clients: Nutrologie, RPL, Harper Brooks, Me V Mortality, PARKAIR®, Washingborough Hall Hotel, Home House Estates, Head Office Salon, Educata, Tom Parker, Beauty in the universe, Hartleys jewellers, RB training solutions, Surestart, UCLAN, Debt solve direct, Playstriker, Flawed, Huddle marketing (previously Stage 9), Shoestring marketing, Seaview …

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We are proud to announce that Iced got its first feature within the July/August edition of Lancashire Business View.

  To help Britains startups, we are launching our new Startup Business Design Packages. We are pleased to announce our new packages start from as little as £399. Each package is bespoke (we do not use templates) to the client and include a range of graphic, email, print and web solutions.

The Iced designed Parkair site was featured in the March/April 2012 issue of Industrial Plant & Equipment magazine. The feature article read: Online Hub Pneumatic and hydraulic reseller brand, Parkair, is being given its own online hub in the form of a brand new website at www.parkair.uk.com. The connection specialist has developed the site specifically to promote its dedicated resellers, products and services across the UK.

Image of our recently completed Tom Parker video being played on their stand at the Airtech exhibition.    

Iced won the pitch to design and maintain a new website for pneumatics and hydraulics company Parkair late in 2011, to promote the brand to potential new distribution partners, ready for their new product catalogue launch in January 2012. We followed Parkair’s marketing teams brief to create a dedicated website for the brand and its existing distribution partners and to market joining the network to new business’. Proving a success …

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Following on from our successful e-marketing campaign work for the UK’s leading Pneumatic and hydraulic specialists Tom Parker Ltd, we have won the pitch to re-create their full product catalogue into an interactctive cd, with full corporate branding. We will also be re-branding the interactive catalogue for their distribution partners around the UK with their bespoke catalogue cover and pages. This will enable customers to have quick access to their …

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Iced are proud to announce that they have now been officially accepted as accredited members of RAR+ and UKWDA. Their acceptance into these programs are a direct result of their impeccable customer reviews and ratings. Since their business launch, Iced have specialized in providing businesses with graphic design, web design and multimedia creation. Their services are both high-quality and affordable, and their success is largely related to their outstanding customer …

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