A collection of articles to help you get to know us and our take on all things digital, creative and Umber.
Tom is probably one of the smartest people we know. Not only has he worked for some big name accounts at agencies in London and Harrogate, he also studied for a Ph.D. before joining the Umber Creative team. He has great taste in music (ahem) and has strong opinions on mobile phone use in cinemas. Let’s get to know him a bit better...
As a digital agency with a wealth of experience delivering effective projects for charities, we thought we’d share our top tips to help charities (and most organisations) buy digital efficiently
Team Umber enjoyed a European outing recently, when we attended a prestigious trade fair in Germany. Our client, food packaging manufacturer Krehalon, invited us to visit them at IFFA 2019, the world’s premier meat industry trade event held in Frankfurt.
we’re passionate about helping young people to excel, and strongly believe apprenticeships are a fantastic way to take your first step into the world of work. We’ve trained four apprentices over the past nine years, who are all now enjoying successful careers in the digital industry.
When it comes to commissioning a website project, there’s often two approaches to consider. Join us as we explore the pros and cons of each approach and explain why Umber Creative only works on bespoke web projects.
Umber Creative have recently completed an innovative project for local charity, Fitmums and Friends, which has completely overhauled the way the fitness group operates. The introduction of a new website, eCommerce store, ‘Mumbot’ app and data management systems has resulted in an increase in subscriptions and also facilitated the charity’s expansion.
We’re kicking off our team interviews with Tillie Pearson, one of our Web Developers. Tillie is originally from Barton and joined us in 2015 as an apprentice. Since then, she’s worked her socks (and trusty Dr Martens) off to complete her training and become a core and trusted member of the Umber family.