Excellent design by Samar. Very flexible with changes suggested and we are very happy with the final result.
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Who are you known as?
ISOLAS, Fiduciary Management Limited
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
ISOLAS is Gibraltar's longest established law firm yet one of the most dynamic firms in the market. We are a full service law firm which values close client relationships as a priority, offering an efficiency of service and cost competitiveness unrivalled in the jurisdiction.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We require a christmas e-card design for online distribution. The idea is that clients and partners will be emailed a link to a page on our website which contains either a flash or other format animation. In the past we've had a static image christmas card (http://www.gibraltarlawyers.com/christmas.php) with some animated snowflakes. The effect was ok but not brilliant.
We would expect there to be some kind of animation using classic Christmas characters and then culminating in the message we used on last year's card (see link above). The ultimate design should also be one that we can print on a card to send out some gifts to clients. Our domains are http://www.gibraltarlawyers.com and http://www.fiduciarygroup.com The ISOLAS twitter feed is @ISOLASlaw and on there you'll be able to appreciate the kind of interaction we have with the online audience. Fiduciary's twitter handle is @FiduciaryGroup
The target audience is a professional one albeit one with who we have close ties. We host an annual and very popular golf day, as well as a VIP box at a prestigious Polo tournament every year. We have 8 partners at the firms and a total of about 22 lawyers now. Gibraltar continues to be prosperous with an economy still growing at a rate of 6.5%. Gibraltar might be a good theme to consider in addition to the Christmas thing. It has never snowed in Gibraltar so perhaps a snow covered Rock might look quite good...