Word Crush

We were approached by freelance copywriter, WordCrush.co.uk who wanted a website re-vamp and new logo to stand out from the crowd and attract potential clients.

Attwood and Webb

We created a one page website for Attwood and Webb, and the results were superb!

Anglia Freight

When Anglia Freight contacted us they already had a strong brand presence with their distinct logo, but knew they required a brand and website that is responsive and encourages potential clients to ‘get in touch’.¬†

Norfolk Baskets

Norfolk Baskets needed a redesign of their old website. They didn’t have a huge budget but we were still able to create a professional, slick website that is fully customisable. They are thrilled with the results and have since had an order from America!

Amygdala

We know the importance of up-to-date websites that are not only responsive and mobile friendly but easy to maintain in-house.

C&K Meats

When you are exceptionally busy, and travelling the world selling quality meat, you need a site that’s easy to maintain.

Opes International Limited

On occasions, Scream Blue Murder is asked to collaborate with a client’s existing agency or team of agencies, to fill a gap or deliver additional areas of expertise. In the case of Opes International, another design company was already working on their brand identity, but Opes International needed a retina ready responsive website, and we were the company for the job.

BD Systems Europe Ltd

We built the first website for BD Systems in 2009. This time round, they asked us to make their website fully mobile responsive and create an online catalogue of all their products so clients from around the world could view and discuss what was needed for offshore projects.

James North Thrillers

When author James North was planning the launch of his new series of political thrillers, he had some very big ideas for a new website – and a three-week window in which to get it done. He wanted a reasonably priced site that had elements of intrigue, much like his books, to keep visitors engaged, give them a chance to read a preview and of course, buy, his books. The site would be central to James North’s plans – and it had to make a great first impression!