New site launched!

Hello! Welcome to the new Fluid Creativity website, we’ve been quietly working on it for months, but here we are and it’s finally launch day. Everything is (we think) in it’s right place, so have a browse round and tell us your thoughts. In fact, if you leave us some feedback on our competition page, you’ll be entered into a draw to win £2000+ worth of SEO! Not bad eh?Our old website was getting a bit like a suitcase before an extended holiday, crammed, bodged and bloated with the zips sealing everything together ready to burst. It was high time we got a new suitcase and organised our extensive wardrobe into something better, which brings us to our new site. It’s more pleasing on the eye, well we think so anyway, and to quote our boss, “everything just works…”. It’s got an organised structure, we can add and change everything from the back end, and there’s plenty of room for expansion – our seams shouldn’t be bursting any time soon.

One thing we’re particularly pleased with is our new portfolio section. You can filter the work we’ve done by category, so if you just want to see the animation work we’ve done, that’s not a problem.

Of course it’s not just a website we’re launching here, this is about repositioning ourselves as a business. Along with our new website, there are now two new services on offer, online marketing training and social media marketing. Our expansion into these areas of the digital world is testament to our growth over the last few years and we’re excited about where we now are – a true full service digital agency.

Finally, we’ve also got a new motion graphics showcase which details plenty of the work we’ve done over the years and shows where we are as a business. It’s a fantastic piece of work by our motion graphics department, so take a look and tell us what you think.

If you like what you see from the new Fluid Creativity, get in touch, and we’ll tell you what we can do for you and your business.

Phil Harper - Social Media Consultant
  • jeremy_dent

    Congrats on getting the website up and it is easy to use and navigate. My only slight negatives are the cartoons and text reversed out of black but I may just be a old typographical fogey.

    The cartoons are cute and fun but I'm worried about your positioning. Maybe fun and irreverence wins over taking yourselves too seriously?