What a year 2018 has been for all of us at Messy. Not only did we work with more clients than ever before, we also grew as a business and made some very exciting company changes. Keep reading to find out what’s been keeping us so busy…
We may be small in size but our team packs one big punch when it comes to delivering the creative goods. In 2018 we collaborated with clients across more industries than ever before including Health (MyHealth1st, Australian Chiropractors Association and PetYeti), Fitness (Cycology Club and Fitness Australia), Technology (Automic Group), Food and Hospitality (Mars and Kafnu), and Government (Department of Home Affairs). Yep, it’s been a busy year!
Just some of the many services we successfully provided were brand architecture, brand strategy, B2B campaigns, WordPress development, brand rejuvenation, marketing collateral, rebranding, frontend design systems, social media support, corporate communications, and much more.
To find out more about any of our individual projects, just get in contact with the Messy team.
We’ve expanded our services
When we weren’t busy creating for our clients, we were focussed on expanding our service offerings. Throughout 2018, Messy introduced three more services to the mix – design systems, front-end design and development, and content marketing. These additions mean Messy is now able to provide clients with an even greater integrated experience.
We’re a team of 12 and still growing
Growing our services has also meant growing our team. In 2018 we welcomed new team members to the mess with more on the way in 2019. You can check us out on our about page.
We’re on the move (1KM away to be precise)
That’s right, we’ve outgrown our cosy Surry Hills studio. It’s served us well but the time has come to relocate to our new space at 17 Alberta St, Sydney NSW (we’ll still be on Level 5 though, so not everything is changing). The spacious new studio will give our team loads more room to be even more creative, as well as provide clients and visitors a comfy place to meet and collaborate with the Messy team. Moving day is 1 February 2019. Updated contact details to come.