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Carl Rutherford Written by

Posted on 31st October, 2018 in Brand, Illustration, Design, Digital

We're looking for a talented designer to join our growing team on a full-time basis. The successful candidate will work under the guidance of our Lead Designer on a range of projects for clients both old and new.

Carl Rutherford Written by

Posted on 16th October, 2018 in Brand, Design, Digital

As designers and developers, we’re constantly striving to improve the web. Designers want to create unique and beautiful experiences for users, and developers are focused on building websites and systems that perform.

Paul Hart Written by

Posted on 3rd November, 2016 in Brand, Illustration, Design, Social Media, Development, Digital, Marketing

If you are a charismatic, motivated individual who is great with clients, a real people person and super organised you may be the person we are looking for.            

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Posted on 4th August, 2016 in Brand, Design

With a huge summer of sport reaching its pinnacle with the Olympics & Paralympics just around the corner, I wanted to take a good look at the how their branding has been developed into what we will see for almost a month and a half through August and September.

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Posted on 5th July, 2016 in Brand, Design

Rebranding can bring forth all sorts of contentious opinions not just in the design community, but the general public at large. They show up on social media and design blogs and it seems you never can please everybody. So what happens then when a brand brings back branding from the past?

Paul Hart Written by

Posted on 5th February, 2016 in Brand, Design, Digital

Late last year we received some brilliant news. Fraser Hydraulic Power (FHP) - a client of ours for 18 months now have been acquired by global company Royal IHC.

Carl Rutherford Written by

Posted on 8th September, 2015 in Brand, Design, Digital

Last week, Google announced the evolution of its identity which included a complete rebrand that, in Google’s own words, ‘embraces an expanding, multi-device, multi-screen world’. They also state that the rebrand is necessary to make Google more accessible and useful to it’s users. In fairness to Google, that is as good a reason as any to undertake a rebrand, although in doing so they did send the design and digital world into a frenzy.

Carl Rutherford Written by

Posted on 1st April, 2015 in Brand, Development, Digital

We have recently been involved with the launch of Point Blank Cold Brew Coffee. A new caffeinated product that is less acidic than standard coffee and is sugar free, fat free, has no carbohydrates and is also very low in calories.

Paul Hart Written by

Posted on 15th December, 2014 in Brand, Design, Digital

We work with a number of great photographers at Cargo. Each have their own specific skillsets or niches. So when projects come along, you have to be able to use the right person for the job. We have been admirers of John Donoghue for a long time, but the right projects have never come along to enable us to work with him. Until now.

Paul Hart Written by

Posted on 10th January, 2014 in Brand, Illustration, Design, Social Media, Development

So here we are, at the start of another exciting year. Before we look back (and forward), we would like to firstly thank all those clients that we have worked with in the last 12 months, and look forward to continue to work with, as this has helped make 2013 the best year yet for Cargo.

Carl Rutherford Written by

Posted on 24th October, 2013 in Brand, Design, Development

With the release of iOS 7 the discussion of flat design has been popular around the Cargo studio. It has us posing the question; is it the latest design trend to take its grip upon the design industry or does the root of this latest trend go deeper than that.

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