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Property development marketing

Written by sean on September 25th, 2009 | Posted in General news and views | Comments Off on Property development marketing

Firefly Creative have just added another well known name to their bank of property developer clients.

James Homes (formerly Charles James homes) approached Firefly to market their latest development, Foxley Heights – a select development of five brand new homes in High Salvington, West Sussex.

Firefly are now very familiar with successfully marketing property and developments, and have built up an impressive portfolio of projects – having worked for the likes of award winning developers Roffey Homes and JW Stratton as well as numerous local property agents, including Michael Jones, Jacobs Steel and Graham Butt estate agents.

The James Homes project comprised of researching an appropriate name for the Foxley Heights development, designing a logo and identity for use throughout the marketing materials, creation of CGI imagery and sitemaps, design and management of a quality brochure which was printed in full colour with spot metallic inks to portray a high quality tone, design of a press advertising campaign, and all site signage.



New website for Greenwich CVS

Written by sean on September 23rd, 2009 | Posted in Latest projects and websites | Comments Off on New website for Greenwich CVS

Firefly Creative have just completed the complete redesign and development of a brand new website for Greenwich Action for Voluntary Service (GAVS).  The new site has been built to provide users with a clear navigation path through the key pages, and the ability to log into a secure members section, where they can download useful resource information and documents.  The website features a site wide content management system, with live feed from Yahoos Upcoming service, enabling GAVS to promote events and training courses to a wider market.

GAVS exists to provide a strategic leadership role to support the development of voluntary, community and faith organisations, within the borough of Greenwich, London.

Now fully established as the Council for Voluntary Service in Greenwich, GAVS is actively looking to increase the services it offers to the voluntary and community sector in Greenwich – and the new website will be a key marketing tool in achieving this goal.