The journey so far...
We’ve had the pleasure of working with Fin2Fit a lot in 2017, and continue to do so for them. Having provided them with everything from a full rebrand to Photography, Video super fast WordPress Hosting and their new Web Design & Build, we are proud to have been a part of their journey. Here’s an overview of some of the work we’ve done with them so far.
2017 / COBA Up Your Game
Having completed a lot of work for Fin2Fit throughout 2017, we did an internal Video at COBA which showcased some of the services we offer as a company. We thought they were a great client to feature as we have been working with them from the very beginning. Watch an overview of what we did for them here.
2017 / Client Testimonial
“Thank you for the work on our re-branding and website for Fin2Fit we love them both. We also love the videos you have created for us they look amazing and really show what we are about.”
– Emma Graysmark Longden – Owner at Fin2Fit
More reviews from our clients here: Our Facebook Reviews
2017 / BHS Photoshoot
We love to document the process when working with our clients. We believe this is an important part to marketing any business. We try to be as transparent as possible when working with all of our clients and showcasing their story so far through video is the tool we use to do this.
This is a short film showing some behind the scenes video of our initial handover of their website along with the photoshoot which followed. Watch the video to see what we got up to.
2017 / Photoshoot
Fin2Fit were looking to update some of their promotional documents and needed some Photography that was in keeping with their recent rebrand.
We went along to one of their training sessions and captured a selection of images that they could use on social media, replace on their website and also for advertising and promotional purposes.
We suggested we take some Video clips at the same time which we could use to replace the image in their header banner on the website. This was a great success and helps to capture the attention of visitors who land on their homepage. You can see it here www.fin2fit.com.
2017 / Web Build
With their budget in mind and having allocated a part of that to a company rebrand, we agreed to build a simple yet functional one-page website which can be easily managed and scaled up as the company grows.
Built on our trusted WordPress platform we have designed it to be vibrant and engaging for both young and old. You can visit their website here www.fin2fit.com.
2017 / Full Rebrand
Having agreed on their logo designs, colour scheme, and fonts, we created a master brand guide document which would ensure brand consistency when taking on new swim instructors.
This gives the core information needed for any third party working with Fin2Fit and is something which will evolve and be updated as the company grows.
Once we had their branding finalised, we were able to move forward with the redesign and build of their website.
2017 / Brand Concept
After having successfully captured their Mermaid Christmas Party, Fin2Fit asked us to rebuild their website and take a look at their branding. We sat with them to discuss their ideas, brands they liked and generally where they saw the business going in the next 3-5 years.
Their branding at the time was a little dated and they were keen to go down a more corporate route with their marketing, showcasing the business wasn’t just about ‘swimming in mermaid tales’, but also had a safety and fitness side to it.
Once we’d gathered enough information and had an understanding of their direction for the business we were able to put together a brand concept in preparation for their rebrand.
2016 / Mermaid Christmas Party
Fin2Fit first approached us in 2016 when they were looking to capture their end of year Mermaid Christmas Party. With our trunks at the ready, we headed to Dean Close School in Cheltenham to capture their party. Once the session had finished we interviewed a few of the parents who gave us their feedback on the afternoon’s activities. Watch the video to hear what they had to say.