Our ethics

More important than work or money

We care deeply about working to achieve the very best result for our clients. However some things are more important than work and money.

Working with charities

We love to support charities and non-profit organisations and we offer reduced rates for them. We also keep a number of pro-bono days in reserve each month for design and consultancy. If you represent a charity or non-profit organisation and you’re interesting in finding out about our reduced rates or pro-bono availability, contact us.

Saying “yes” to workers’ organisations

We actively accept commissions from trade unions and other workers’ representative organisations and we offer reduced rates for them.

Saying “no” to military

As life-long supporters of nuclear disarmament and anti-war campaigns, we’re not suited to working with any organisation whose main business is the supply of weapons, munitions or battlefield equipment to the military of any country.

Saying “no” to grant funding

Experience of the mis-use of local and national government funding means that we’re reluctant to accept commissions wholly or partially funded by government grants. We believe that to care deeply about your website you need to be spending your own hard-earned cash.

We don’t wish to sound judgemental, after-all business is business, but we think it’s best to ‘put our cards on the table’ and be open about the type of projects that suit our beliefs and priorities.

If you’ve a comment or a question about our ethical statement, we’d love to hear it.

Contact us


Let’s design something fabulous together

Call 01745 851848, tweet or email us.

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Our projects start at £5,000 plus VAT with an average project costing between £10,000 and £20,000 plus VAT.

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Registered office

Eversleigh, Lon Capel, Gwaenysgor, Flintshire, North Wales, LL18 6EJ

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