Studio Scrapbook: July

See what's been happening in and around the studio this month

There we were thinking June was busy, and then July comes along to blow it out of the water. Between supporting England through the World Cup and enjoying the sun, we’ve found the time to produce some fantastic web development, design and marketing work. There’s lots to get through so let’s not waste any time…

OUR TOP PROJECTS

 
Searcys: The new website we developed for historic British catering company Searcys is now live. We were thrilled to work with such an iconic name in the industry on a project that took a lot of extra hours and a whole lot of creativity to get just right. This one was a real team effort, and every member of Fanatic can point to something they contributed to the website. We’re so proud of the work put into this project, particularly from the design and development teams, and hope you take the time to have a look – https://searcys.co.uk/

OUT AND ABOUT

 
T-Shirts: You’ve seen the previews, and now we can finally reveal the finished Fanatic t-shirt. Fyah Fly did a great job printing Tom’s brilliant retro design. They came along just at the right time too, with the Fanatic team feeling the heat this summer. Which colour do you prefer? We’re split down the middle in the studio. A new blog will be out soon with all the details of the production process. Until then here is the shirt modelled brilliantly by Ted!

Work Experience: We had the pleasure of welcoming Tomac into the studio last week as part of his work experience. Tomac is heavily into product design and marketing. During his time in the studio he developed a concept for a new multi-compatible gaming controller, which uses biometrics to enhance the user’s in-game experience. The brand is called Divinity, and he designed everything from packaging designs to a marketing plan. We were blown away with the progress he made in such a short amount of time, and we’re confident he’ll go on to do great things in the industry. Thanks for all the hard work Tomac.

You can check out his box design below: