2015: A year in review


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Looking back, 2015 feels like a significant year for the company. From a tricky start to the year which saw a co-founder move on to the winning of an award at the very end of it, we thought we'd quickly summarise the year in a whistle-stop fashion.

We started the year in a brand new office and the first job was to launch a project very close to our hearts, the Discover Yorkshire Coast website was launched to great feedback. This was very closely followed by a feature about Askew Brook on the Guardian Small Business website and regular slots on BBC Radio York.

We were very lucky to work on some nice projects for some very nice people over the summer including (but not limited to) Allergen Checker, the LEP, Kirsty Bortoft, Bridlington Heritage with the talented Electric Angel and the Golden Apron, a cookery competition for the teenagers of Yorkshire backed by Asda. Towards the end of the year we took up our position teaching for the University of Hull and were invited to give seminars for SFNY.

The year came to a very strong end which saw our first hire and the development of a site for Zebra Consulting Group and further work for long term clients ServerTastic and the Stephen Joseph Theatre.

As we have alluded we were very honoured to be awarded the Small Business of the Year award at the Scarborough News Business awards and we were also very happy to take up roles for the FSB and Yorkshire Coast Homes.

Looking forward to next year we want to keep working on projects that make us happy with people that we like working with. We very strongly believe that we can do remarkable things from our little corner of the UK with the talented people we collaborate with. Feel free to pop in anytime and say hello.

Richard and Andy

p.s. Sorry if we missed anyone!