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IceBomb

12 Clients & Projects 8 Reviews

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Producing refreshingly clear design with the end user in mind

Languages Spoken: English

Employees: 1-5 Established: 2003 Joined: 2009

Scottish Council on Human Bioethics Latest Work
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At IceBomb we have an obsession with clarity and seek to bring a clear, no nonsense approach to both our work and our customer service. We break down all costs to help you see exactly what you're paying for, we explain projects in plain English and we ensure you are kept in the loop at every stage of the job. Since 2003 IceBomb has created work for the Scottish Highlands and Islands Film Commission, NHS Scotland, West Lothian Council, the Scottish Council on Human Bioethics, Tearfund and the Guild of Location Managers.

Industry Sectors

Public Sector, Retail, Not for profit / Charity, Food & Drink, Media & Communication, Recruitment, Other, Sports & Leisure

Tends to work with

Public Sector, Startup, Non-profit Organisation, Private Company

General location of clients:

UK

We Recommend:

Accountant: Danzig & Co
Printer: Treehouse Print
SEO expert: Red Evolution
Hosting company: United Hosting

Recent Projects

  • Scottish Council on Human Bioethics

    Scottish Council on Human Bioethics
    http://www.schb.org.uk/

    The Scottish Council on Human Bioethics is an independent charitable organisation composed of professionals from various disciplines associated with medical ethics. Read More

  • The Aviemore Sports Centre Project

    The Aviemore Sports Centre Project
    http://www.aviemoresportscentre.com

    The objective of the ASCP is to build a community owned and operated sports centre accessible to all. The community aspiration is to develop the centre to include tennis facilities, ice rink and sports hall which will accommodate spectator seating during competitions. Read More

  • Augustine United Church

    Augustine United Church
    http://www.augustine.org.uk/

    Augustine United Church is an active, inclusive Christian community based in the heart of Edinburgh city centre. At AUC we celebrate the Christian Story, welcome and affirm people of all races, genders, sexualities, ages, faiths and abilities, and work to promote justice and wellbeing locally and gl... Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 8 Jan, 2011
    Company recommended by reviewer Icebomb / Marc Jones created a new website for our city centre church (ww.augustine.org.uk). Marc was excellent to work with. He listened and consulted carefully with us to understand our website requirements, our hopes and limi...  Read More

    Fiona Bennett
    — Augustine United Church

  • Reviewed on 2 Mar, 2010
    Company recommended by reviewer Very happy with the final result - it came in on time and on budget and I am happy to recommend Icebomb. The relationship with Marc, the designer, was great. Bright ideas at planning stage, easy to understand, & happy to take on b...  Read More

    Iain McGill
    — The Harmony Employment Agency

  • Reviewed on 13 Jan, 2010
    Company recommended by reviewer I highly recommend this company. They provided a rebranding and design service for our church, from initial concepts/logos through to completed printed matter, website and building signage. They worked closely to our brief and ...  Read More

    Adrian Galley
    — Life Church

Interview

Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Creative, Passionate, Focused, Interested, Good

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : In a bigger office

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Articles

How to lose a customer in 2 seconds
Can you lose a customer on your website in as little as 2 seconds?

Keep it updated
Many people ask how to attract potential customers to their site, and then how to keep them coming back for more. It’s an important question with no shortage of suggested solutions but I’d argue the answer’s simple: keep your site updated.

Quality not quantity
Few people would argue that keeping your site updated is of huge importance to any site owner or business. Where arguments tend to arise is with the nature of these updates.

Stay focused
All graphic design, in print and on screen, is about communication. Clients have something to say and it’s up to designers to make sure the message is communicated successfully. This is what I enjoy most about web design; taking information from a client and working out the most effective way to convey it to their customers. But if the original message is not clear then no amount of design magic will enlighten the end user.