FWA Site of the day!


We have just received the FWA Site Of The Day Award for our Everyday Jazz calendar.

FWA is an industry recognised award program, showcasing projects which use cutting edge technology, together with inspirational ideas, that lead the way for future generations. Their focus is to give exposure to amazing, creative projects, so we are absolutely over the moon!

Have a look at our dedicated FWA page – http://www.thefwa.com/site/everyday-jazz-

And you can see what’s happening on the EverydayJazz calendar here - https://everydayjazz.com/2015/3/


Media Innovation Award winner


We are pleased to be the proud winner of another Media Innovation Award. 



Love colour!


Opal Print are brilliant at what they do and wanted to create something they could use to promote their love of print and printing excellence.

We asked a selection of talented creatives from across the country to send us their favourite colour combinations and have featured them in a sweet, Valentine’s inspired, book for Opal to send out to design agencies and potential clients. Colour Matching is a celebration of colour and print. The collection can also be used as colour reference guide.

Get in touch with Opal Print if you’d like a copy!


A living, breathing calendar


Every day is dull. The monotonous repetition of something you do or use everyday. But what if it can be more creative than that?

To counteract the tedium, we launched our innovative, interactive Mytton Williams 2015 calendar. A unique real-time animation, creatively generated each day in response to the day, the season and the music.

One month into 2015 and our calendar is gathering momentum. Fusing together all the elements that are integral to our work at Mytton Williams - creativity, innovation and experimentation - with technology and a little bit of jazz to create a calendar with a difference.

Together the elements create an animated year.

365 days.

365 unique creative expressions.

Come and see what’s been happening!




Dramatic transformation


Drama-based training agency, React are growing and felt their existing brand was looking a little out-dated. 



Designer Series films


Computer Arts magazine came into the studio a few weeks ago to film us as part of their Designer Series – we chatted about working with local organisations, personal projects, being inspired by the design community and our future plans. 



Bringing buildings to life


We have just finished rebranding leading regional construction contractor Bray and Slaughter. They wanted to refresh their brand to reflect the changes within their organisation and their ambitions for growth. 



Seeing red in corporate blue


The exclusivity of a Tiffany blue box; the value of a Hermes orange bag, the reassuring green glow of a BP petrol station late at night. We all make colour associations, but how do they affect the colours we choose when branding a business? This month Bob looks at colour in his article for professional services magazine PM Forum. http://www.pmforum.co.uk/magazine/current_issue.aspx



Its award time!


The Fresh Awards are passionate about creativity and innovation within the creative, communication, digital and media industries. So we were delighted when we found out we’d won a silver award in the print category for a project close to our heart – JazzTypes! JazzTypes is a personal project that explores creativity through 100 posters of 100 jazz musicians over 100 days. You can read more about this project here



A brand tour of Bath


Over the years we've created a wide variety of brand identities for local organisations and we wanted to showcase some of the companies we’ve worked with. We briefed Carl, a Bath Spa graduate who was on our placement scheme, to take on the project. He came back with some great ideas and, after some studio development, produced this short film - A brand tour of Bath. Take a look and let us know what you think!