We started Pynk and Fluffy four years ago because it seemed like a good idea at the time.
Since then we've worked with dozens of companies of all shapes and sizes. The majority of our new clients come through referrals from existing or previous ones.
In case you care about these sort of things, there's a quick bit of blurb about what we did in our life before P&F to the right.
8, Battersea Park Road
+44 (0) 20 7062 1122
How to find us
If you've never been to North East Battersea you're in for a treat. Nestled in between rattling railway lines, Battersea Power Station, the Dogs Home and a gas works we're always keen for people to come and say hello. Internet designers in Shoreditch? That's so Web 1.0...
We're right next to Battersea Park Station, which is roughly a 4 minute overland train ride from Victoria.
We're also just round the corner from Queenstown Road Station which is 8 minutes-ish from Waterloo, also on a train with something to look at out the window.
Trains leave every 8-12 minutes from each.
IT development and infrastructure
From software design & build to virtual hosting and business logic planning to database management, HouXou's been working with start-ups, corporates and venture capitalists since 1995.
Usability research and consultancy
Alison helps organisations design products and services that are user-centred and meet the needs of the people who will use them.
Mark is Senior Researcher for award winning consumer and market research agency, Murmur. In 2006 he featured in The Evening Standard 'Top 25 Trendspotters: some of the most influential and creative people in London'.
I graduated from Bristol in 1991 with a degree in Chemistry. After accidentally joining the RAC membership call centre, I convinced them my talents were more creative than operational and transferred to the Marketing team.
In 1996 I created the RAC print & production department and managed the building of its fledgling online presence. When the RAC underwent its revolutionary re-branding exercise in 1997, I saw through the implementation of the new corporate identity, working with both internal and external clients to manage the massive changes and deliver practical creative solutions.
In 1999 I joined the innovative financial start-up Egg as Head of Design. I started its award-winning internal agency, produced its first online advertising campaign, wrote its corporate identity manual and was all-round-brand-champion and logo-cop.
I oversaw the Egg re-brand in 2002 and then became a founder of Egg's New Concept Team, generating tactical and strategic business ideas to ensure Egg could remain the cutting edge brand it desired to be.
I left Egg in 2004 to start P&F.
By the time I graduated from the University of Gloucestershire in 1999 I had been working for a small design agency called SAS Digital for two years. A majority of the clients I worked for were small or local brands that you'll probably never have heard of, but occasionally I got a bigger fish swim my way: Mercedes-Benz, Dairylea and Westbury Homes being the most noticeable.
After I graduated I went to work for Orange to design their customer portal website: orange.net. After that launched I moved on to the Orange New Concept Development Team, spending my days planning the future of the Orange brand, proposition and customer experience.
In 2002 I switched telecoms for finance, joining Egg as Senior Online Designer in the Internal Agency. The next 6 months I spent working on the Egg website, developing the brand guidlines and executing Egg's online advertising campaigns, before eventually joining Damon in his New Concept Development Team.
I moved on in the summer of 2004 when I d decided to venture into the freelance world, working for Craik Jones Digital and Digit. Then in December I thought it was time for a new challenge and teamed up with Damon again and joined P&F.
Pynk and Fluffy Ltd.
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Registered address: Cedar House, Kingscote, GL8 8XZ. UK
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