2008
08.29

At DNA we love our cars, so redesigning the website for the Volvo dealership, Cambridge Garage, was a project we really wanted. The website went live in July with a great response from the Volvo team in Portsmouth. In fact, they were so pleased with our handy-work they asked us to redesign their corporate newsletter as well! The clean, image-driven design reflects the progressive style being championed by Volvo Cars UK, as it aims to target a more youthful and diverse customer group than before. And yet at the same time we were careful not to lose the heritage and personality of the Cambridge Garage, which has been operating itself for over 70 years.

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2008
08.12

Exeter Swimming Club’s Liam Tancock put in a solid effort in the final of the men’s 100-metre backstroke in Beijing yesterday. After leading for the first 50 metres, his American rival, Aaron Peirsal, set a new world record to take gold. Far from sounding downhearted at finishing sixth, Liam simply said, “bring on London.” With such a positive performance and attitude to match we’ll be looking out for him in 2012. Well done Liam!

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2008
08.11

Due to our continuing success, here at DNA we are currently looking for a bright, innovative individual to join our digital team.

We would expect the successful candidate to have at least 3 years’ experience in a web/creative agency and a degree in a creative discipline. A strong eye for design, experience in hand-coding XHTML and CSS, a good working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite products including some experience with Flash and Actionscript.

Experience aside, an ability to learn quickly and work to tight deadlines would be essential in such a fast-paced environment. Salary negotiable dependent on experience. Applications can be sent to jobs@blogdir.co.uk along with a current CV and portfolio. Good luck!

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2008
08.11

The new Ascari website is now live, following an intensive 6-month marketing and design programme. We are delighted to have been involved from the project?s inception, working with Ascari?s senior management team to define the brand?s positioning and key messaging before we began filming, photography, design and web build. Ascari manufactures bespoke high performance production and GT3 cars, runs an exclusive private members? club and owns an exquisite race resort in southern Spain. DNA is now working with Ascari to implement a sales and marketing plan specifically aimed at the UK market.

Go to www.ascari.net to see the new website.

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2008
08.08

Transpire, brings together the work of 3 emerging South West based artists; James Topple is printmaker and performance artist, his work is generated through an exploration of the postmodern self. Photographer Tim Steer works with found situations in unspecific locations and Matt Henley, also a photographer, works around the close relationships within his family. Taking place at the Exeter Phoenix from the 8th August to the 4th September, DNA are proud to be supporting this event.

Go to www.exeterphoenix.org.uk to see the website.

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2008
08.04

We are pleased to announce that Katie Hickmott has joined DNA as our new Project Manager. Katie joins Sarah?s Client Services Team, ensuring we do what we say we?re going to do, when we say we?re going to do it! We?ve employed Katie straight out of university, so please be gentle with her, although I?m sure you?ll see why we chose her ? she?s organised, bright, has a certain flair with the English language and she?s already fitting in perfectly with DNA?s relaxed yet professional approach. Please join us in wishing Katie all the best for her future with DNA. We?ll look forward to introducing her to you.

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2008
08.01

In preparation for the Monaco Yacht Show (24th-27th September), DNA have worked closely with a stand build company, to produce an exciting two-tier stand for Devonport Yachts. The bespoke design will take pride of place in it?s new central T location. The look and feel of the stand follows the guidelines of the corporate re-design, which DNA implemented last year, sending a clear and confident message to the world?s superyacht community. In addition to the stand, DNA were tasked to produce show bags, invites and other promotional literature in the same design thread. To see more information about their new presence go to superyachttimes.com

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