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All that's new in the world of Ingenious Creative. New client wins, latest work and our thoughts on the world in general...

Ingenious create new brand for Y Homes

Ingenious were recently appointed to conduct a rebrand of Y Homes, an innovative estate agent based in York. The aims of the exercise was to firstly to mark their 10th anniversary but also to reflect the evolution of the business and propel it towards the next phase of growth and development.

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BrandingPaul Hartley
Update: November / December 2018

As the end of 2018 draws near (already!), its been another busy period for Ingenious, with a number of projects coming to a conclusion. We’re also pleased to be able to highlight some items for news that we hope will see 2019 be a successful for us as 2018 has been…

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Paul Hartley
Update: September / October 2018

Following on from our last education focused update, this time we’ve got a very definite emphasis on cultural and heritage sectors. Our work for The Auckland Project and Manchester Jewish Museum encompass 3D and graphic design, interpretation, branding and marketing. pretty much our entire specialisms in two projects!

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Paul Hartley
Update: July / August 2018

After a busy summer, we’re bursting to reveal some new work, but a couple of long awaited projects just aren’t quite ready yet. However, here’s a couple of projects we’ve been working on recently that are now complete. Both design for print, both education clients, but both very different pieces of work…

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Paul Hartley
Update: May / June 2018

Our busy 2018 continues, as can be witnessed by the fact we didn't do an update for May, and so have combined it into this months. We've been working on some great new projects, some of which won't be revealed until much later in the year, and we've also seen some recent work come to fruition.

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2006 and all that...

2006. Seems like only yesterday. But oh, how things were different. I had no email on my phone and Man City had yet to start ruining football for everyone by winning things. It was also the year we plunged headlong into running a business. And so Ingenious was born.

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Opinion, WorkPaul Hartley