We are delighted to be recognised as one of the UK’s top 100 design agencies for the second year running. We have been ranked 78 in the UK and 6 in the South East by The Drum magazine’s recent survey published on 29 March. Even more impressive is the fact that for client service we have been ranked 62, beating many London-based prestigious creative agencies. Visit The Drum website to take a look.
We’re delighted to be finalists in this year’s CIM Marketing Excellence Awards. We’re in the automotive category for our campaign for RAC at The Goodwood Revival. We won’t find out until March 6th, fingers crossed…
Earlier this year we worked on the branding, theme and design for Inchcape’s International Management Event in Scotland – Incredible Inchcape. It was produced by Line Up who entered and won International Conference of the Year at the C&IT Excellence Awards last night. Congratulations to everyone involved in making this a successful, award winning event.
At Milestone Design we think the Jubilee celebrations call for a creative cocktail. So, here it is – the Royal Flush. Fresh from the Milestone mixologists, it combines red, white and blue spirits in a daring triple-layered shot. Find out what’s in it and see Ian attempt to make one on The Long Walk, Windsor in our short film.
Have a great bank holiday break, from the Milestone team.
This year’s RAC Report on Motoring goes live today. There are 30 million drivers in the UK today – the Report, based on the views of over 1,000, shows their attitudes to the cars they drive, the road network, transport policy and the behaviour of other drivers.
Our design for this year’s Report includes many striking infographics showcasing the headline statistics. Each chapter features our own photography which captures the everyday driving stories, incidents, issues and characters on British roads.
We recently came across an old postcard from the mid-sixties featuring Beaconsfield New Town and Milestone’s offices. Just for fun Peter decided to take a photo from the same angle and created this animated gif. The buildings haven’t changed, but the occupants and number of coffee shops certainly have.