Survey update #1

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In the first weeks of September we conducted an online survey to help us understand what businesses in Essex thought of design and branding. We did it to better understand what the thoughts of the businesses on our doorstep were. It will help us talk to our local market better, offer what you want as well as what you need!

Over the next few weeks we are taking the information we have gathered from the almost ninety businesses that took part and converting it into a set of info graphics. This is the first.

What does Essex think of design? Who did the survey?

What does Essex think of design? Who did the survey?

So what does this mean to us. Firstly it means that there are a lot of companies out there that value design, what ever their size. However, even so a great number are still doing it themselves (even when you take off architects and printers!). We understand that businesses see keeping it in-house as a ‘stop gap’, however, as the old adage goes, ‘you never get a second chance at a first impression’. How much is ‘cheap’ design costing you?

Puur mixes years of experience with creative inspiration (and a small dose of ‘science’) to develop unique and ownable identity solutions. If you need a tailored unique solution to your specific design challenge, give us a call today for a chat about how we can help.

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