S7 Media has had an intense summer, which involved a lot of branding and identity, and many websites for new and existing businesses from across the UK. I also spent six weeks in North America, while our Cannock office was left in the capable hands of Scott. A month of my time away was based in Vancouver, Canada, taking my work with me. Because Vancouver is 8 hours behind the UK, we effectively had an operating time of 16 hours per day, and significantly increased our productivity time. It was an interesting work experiment that I’d like to do again!

While most of our web design work is based in the West Midlands, we now have customers based in Norfolk, and Skegness. Amalgamated Fasteners, of King’s Lynn, approached us for a redesign of their existing WordPress website, which is now live, and also branding and a website for a new product they will be launching soon.

Claimant Costs Recovery, who are based in Skegness with offices in Plymouth, asked us to redesign their website. We’ve utilised a content management system, and also created a custom ratefinder form served by a database. The CCR website will launch this month.

Noble Gates, based in Stafford, got us involved to rebrand their company and also create a new content management system website for them. Noble Gates specialise in bespoke automated gates and railings. Their beautiful gates inspired our logo design, which they were chuffed to bits with. We’re soon designing their mobile phone website and will be launching a search engine optimisation campaign shortly.

We also rebranded Blown Away, who specialise in aerial marketing. We’re also in the process of designing their new website, which we’ll reveal soon. Start-up fire and security specialists Secure Design approached us to design their brand, which you can view in our portfolio.

We’ve got plenty more in the works, including a unique ordering system website for a Walsall-based company, and a website and branding package for a new child adventure playground. We’ll keep you updated with their progress!