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Back in Time Ltd

Vintage watch buyer and seller Back in Time Ltd approached davenports. They are a new business who wanted to turn their hobby of watch collecting into a profitable business. We love helping start up businesses who come to us with a clean slate, it give our design team something to really stick their teeth...

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The Mercy Mile

The Mercy Mile, a soul rock band from Urmston came to Davenports Media for a brand new website. We sat down with them to see what they already had, which was a logo and promotional items for their upcoming gigs. The goal was to make this page eye-catching and to tell the viewer exactly...

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The Oxford Distribution Company

We were approached by The Oxford Distribution Company, a flyer distribution company that target Oxfordshire and Lancashire. There website needed a revamp as it was old fashioned and wasn't really selling the company and their services. We thought a simple illustrative style would work really well for them, and we have noticed a trend...

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Roger Cowdrey

We recently did a rebrand for International Business Consultant Roger Cowdrey. We started with a logo design and then went on to design his business cards then completely redesign and build his website! Give it a look! #webdesign #rebranding #design #graphicdesign #webbuilding#webdevelopment http://www.rogercowdrey.com/...

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Social Media Branding

Why is Social Media important to business? If our clients are not on social media, we actively encourage them to take the jump. Its really important. Most people now shop through social media so its a great way to get a new client base. Social media allows you to target a larger audience than...

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Roger Cowdrey Business Cards

We were approached by Roger Cowdrey, an International Business Consultant, Author and Motivational Speaker for new business cards for himself. Initially we looked into the kind of person he was, what his business was about. We noticed that travel was a big part of his work, so we began to think about geometric shapes...

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