When SKODA wanted to take a number of Motoring jounalists to the Czech Republic to see the new SKODA Citigo, they asked Freestone to help brand the event.
With items including display banners, press kits and video montage as well as items like drinks coasters, luggage tags and headrest covers.
As part of an ongoing effort, freestone are proud to announce that the BSI have awarded the ISO 14001:2004 certification for the provision of design and marketing services, including digital asset management, electronic direct mail and web content management.
Being involved in a highly consumer-driven industry, it can become quite easy to ignore the impact (our own activities have) our services have on the environment. But, in part, we are responsible for the waste produced by the services we offer.
In an effort to reduce our impact, we’ve been working towards our ISO 14001:2004 certification, systematically looking at the things that we can improve, both now and in the future. So far, we’ve looked at our day-to-day habits which we have tweaked so that, in house, we throw away less and recycle more. And our certification means that from now on we at freestone will look to implement this ethos into other areas of our business, to continually review and improve our working practice. Continue reading
freestone have just completed the design and production of presentation materials and a prospective customer pack for the Aston Martin Rapide.
The creative embodied the evolution of the Nautilus shell and it’s similarities to the development of the Rapide project – the shell – a symbol of beauty and proportional perfection with a beautifully designed, light, strong and resilient outer layer that safely transports it’s occupants, cocooned from the outside world. Continue reading
The introduction of high-speed, high-bandwidth internet access in recent years has pushed the capabilities of the web enormously. Rich Internet Applications (RIA’s) represent the next step in web development.
As I write this article on the train home, you’d think that the last thing I’d want to do when I get back tonight is switch on my Mac and get stuck into some code. However, after spending the day at The Brewery in Chiswell Street (London) with some of Adobe’s top Product Developers and Platform Evangelists, I’ve been left with the ‘kid in a sweet shop’ feeling, and the best thing is, the sweets are all free.