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We are Fellowship

We build brilliant brands and websites – designed to grow your business.

How we do it

We have a fantastic blend of experience and skills, including outstanding capabilities in marketing strategy, branding, creative design, websites & development and digital marketing.

Who we work with

We've been building brilliant brands and websites for 20 years for SMEs, multinationals and charities.

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Three years on, we keep growing

Three years on, we keep growing

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Fellowship

It’s three years since Rubious became part of Fellowship, adding three new staff and a wealth of additional knowledge and talent to our team.
 
Greg Goodson joined us as Lead Web/UX Designer, David Ashcroft as Web Developer and Callum Hubert as Web Designer/Developer.
The merger also brought us a range of new clients, including SaveMoneyCutCarbon, Stanley Gibbons, Inform Direct and Shelbourne Reynolds.
 
When Rubious joined us that took our team to 11 people. There are now 19 of us.
 
As our clients keep growing in size and number, we keep growing to ensure they get the quality and range of services they deserve. 

What will the next three years bring?

Learning about Web3

Learning about Web3

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Fellowship

Yesterday, Darren Hickey (our MD) attended the Agencynomics 3.0 – Change is Coming event in London, which focused on Web3.

This is a new, exciting phase of the internet which we're keen to learn more about. There were some fantastic presentations by leading experts which covered many Web3 areas such as:

  • Blockchain
  • Tokens
  • Smart contracts
  • Dapps (Decentralized Applications)
  • NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens)
  • DeFi (Decentralised Finance)
  • DAOs (Decentralised Autonomous Organisations)
  • and, of course, The Metaverse.

Over the coming months, our team will explore some of these areas in more detail. In particular, we’re keen to see if we can identify any opportunities Web3 may offer our clients.

From our blog

Time to improve product galleries

Most product pages on eCommerce sites have much the same style and elements: Titlegallery of photos description “add to basket” area some additional information below. This makes sense. Visitors are used to a certain way of navigating these pages.  ...

Learning lessons about website usability

We’ve just launched a new website for NHS Suffolk and NE Essex Integrated Care Board. After every site launch we hold a post project review and ask ourselves: What worked well for us and the client?What didn’t work so well?What lessons can we learn for our next project? ...