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360 helps launch new brand - Tulimus

We are proud to announce the launch of Tulimus, an investor in small and medium sized businesses in the UK. Working closely with the client to design and develop a logo and brand identity always feels like a real privilege, and seeing it all come together in a new mobile-friendly landing page is the best part.


Vanity Fair Beauty website re-design

We're delighted to announce the re-design of a website for Vanity Fair Beauty - a beauty salon based in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. We've worked closely with Jessica and the team over the past few years and when the time came to revamp their website, we helped them create a brand new mobile friendly version to reflect their brand identity.


360 launches new website for Hand Picked Hotels

After over a year of planning and hard work, we are very proud to announce the launch of a new website for Hand Picked Hotels - a collection of 21 country house heritage properties located throughout the UK and the Channel Islands.


Buy button coming to Google search results

The change comes amidst reports from Google suggesting that mobile traffic from smartphones and tablets are the future of e-commerce and the shopping experience must therefore be as streamlined as possible.


Wearable technology is the future

Wearable devices such as Google Glass and the recently launched Apple Watch are exploding onto the marketplace. These devices are the hot topic not only for the tech industry, but also for website owners and marketers.


What we've learned post-Mobilegeddon

On April 21st Google rolled out a change to their algorithm that was intended to give more prominence to 'mobile-friendly' websites in the search results. Amongst all the media hype and panic the term 'Mobilegeddon' quickly began to trend, adding to the fears of many small business owners over whether they would lose traffic.