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It might be something small. Or something big. Something extraordinary or beautiful. Or something shocking or strange. Whatever it is, it’s something digital and it starts with a single idea and a single pixel. And at Studio None, we want to start it with you.

We love creating everything in the digital space. And we do mean everything, from desktop and mobile websites to apps, social media campaigns, web banners and even email set-up and hosting.

It’s something we’ve been doing for years for clients big and small. And now, we want to do it for you.

Something new, something imaginative, something useful, something special, something that puts a smile on your face. Start something with Studio None.

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Media and Awards
12/02/14

Two more for the mantlepiece

We are stoked that another two of our sites have taken out awards at the Interactive Media Awards! Yumm Box has won an Outstanding Achievement, and Wannabe Me took out Best In Class.

Here's to the start of another exciting year!

20/12/13

We're Kind of a Big Deal ...

..in Peschany. We hear its beautiful this time of year.
No really, we were astounded to see our name made it as far as the Arctic Circle!

For the new Studio None site, we wanted to use the most innovative technologies we could, to showcase the capabilities of the agency. We were lucky enough to pick up a swag of international awards. It took out Site of the Day for the CSS Design Awards, made the shortlist for FWA, received an honourable mention for Awwwards and was featured on international design blogs from Korea to Russia.
Lets just say we've been getting our Google translate on...

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Awards, Shortlists & Nominations

Blogs

05/12/13

First Birthday and more awards

Brisbane based digital creative agency Studio None are approaching its first birthday, and with a swag of industry awards under their belt and international recognition from some of the best in the business, there's plenty of reasons to celebrate.

Studio None boast a healthy swag of awards including three Interactive Media Awards which they've won for their work with their clients. However most recently the spotlight has turned back toward their own innovative website. The site has won five international technology awards, which generated over 50,000 visits in an 8-week period. It has generated high levels of both national and international interest, including several project proposals from the US.
Says Niall Heffernan, co-owner: "Studio None was an underdog. An agency full of talent, but a new face as a brand. The objective was to create a world-class website to pique the interest of industry associates both in Australia and overseas. The decision was made to use the most innovative and forward thinking technologies available, to showcase the capabilities of the agency."

Co-owners Catherine Gray and Heffernan are thrilled to have achieved so much in such a short space of time.

Says Heffernan: "We knew from the start that what we were providing was unique, but to be recognised by the industry makes all the hard work seem worthwhile."

Now seen as authorities in the digital marketing space, Studio None have been featured in over 15 international blogs from Korea to Russia. This exposure has seen the team acquire a number of new clients from all over the world.

Says Gray: "Our vision has always been to take the big agency smarts and bring them to the SME level. To compete on an international platform was always part of our grand plan, but to have achieved this level success in only the infancy of our business is very exciting."

Read the article on Campaign Brief

16/10/13

Your website is often people’s first impression of you and your business.

It’s your virtual business card, and it’s at that point that they decide whether you’re worth doing business with or not.

“A good website is built for its audience. You need to know your market and what they want from you. And then you simply give them exactly what they are after,” says Catherine Gray of digital agency Studio None.

“You need to lead people on a journey. Give them a path to follow. Think about how you get them from the home page, to the info they’re after, to the contact page, to the phone call,” she adds.

Here Gray shares the three most common mistakes people make in designing their website.

Following a fad

Your website needs to be suited to your business and not full of shiny things just for the sake of it.

“Unfortunately sometimes people get caught up in the cool and forget what their purpose is. First and foremost it needs to be user friendly, and deliver relevant content and experiences for your target market. That’s how you will heed results,” Gray says.

Lack of strategy

Planning and strategy is essential in every area of your business, and it’s the same for your website.

“If there is a lack of thought behind what you’re doing, you run the risk of being irrelevant. It is the website’s job to take people on a defined journey. One that ultimately results in some action being taken by the customer,” warns Gray.

“A lack of strategy will often mean confusing navigation and bad content structure. Therefore that journey will be a lot less clear, and people are much less likely to follow the path,” she adds.

Not being SEO friendly

There are a number of simple things you can do to improve your ranking on Google.

“Organic search is possibly the number one thing to be mindful of when building a site, especially if it is for a service based business. You need to be where people are looking for you to be considered for their custom,” she says.

Gray suggests doing this by using as much text as possible, as opposed to images.

“This is mainly in things like the titles of your navigation, or the header statement on your homepage. Google will then ‘read’ this and rank you accordingly.”

12/09/13

Two more for the cabinet!

We have added two new awards to the cabinet after only eight months of trade, now making it a hat-trick.
We won Outstanding Achievement for the Brisbane Writer’s Festival website at the Interactive Media Awards, and also took out Best in Class for the Limitless website in the Real Estate category.

We’re stoked to be gaining recognition for our work. Big thanks to all of our clients for being so fantastic to work with.

Click here to see the write-up in Campaign Brief.

11/09/13

Two digital improvements you can make today

Some more work we’ve done with Sensis for small businesses, published on Yellowadvertising.

Here’s the article:

Digital marketing makes it possible to have a big impact with only a small investment.

Many of the technologies which are helping customers find businesses, like social media and free blogging software, are only as far away as your computer.
That’s the beauty of the internet. You don’t need to employ a professional marketer to do all of your marketing for you. A computer with an internet connection empowers you or someone else in your organisation to play that role at minimal expense. All you need is a little know-how.

Catherine Gray of award-winning, Brisbane-based digital agency Studio None advises business on how to use online advertising to reach customers. She says there are two ways you can start today to capitalise on the potential of digital marketing.

Social can change your business today

You may already have a Facebook account and Twitter profile, but using social media in business can change the way your company performs online today. It’s an effective channel of communication that can boost interaction with your brand.
“Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are the most widely used by businesses.

Businesses should research where their customers spend their time and then focus efforts there. By conversing with them in such a personal environment it allows a more human relationship which in turn can evolve into true brand loyalty,” says Gray.

She also expresses the importance of being conversational with customers.
“Reply to online posts. Reply to bad reviews. If someone has a bad experience with your brand, deal with it. You will often find a true brand ambassador if you can win them back over,” she says.

That time spent surfing social media can also be put to good use.
“Start following businesses that you admire for tips on how to conduct yourself in a social media setting,” she suggests.
Tweaking the way you use social media in business and experimenting with new social media platforms will increase brand recognition and open up new ways of communicating with your customers.

Set up a company blog

Communicating with your customers through channels other than advertising is an effective way of developing your customer base. A company blog gives you the chance to have a more sophisticated conversation with people interested in your products, one that can raise awareness about your business, attract new followers, and then move them from bystanders to buyers.

But while a blog is easy to establish, it can be work once it gets moving. Develop a content plan focusing on how often you will publish, what you will write about and who will do the writing. Like other forms of marketing it all begins with research.
“Start by researching your customers’ unique needs, wants and motivations so you can tailor customised experiences for them. Consumers are much more likely to interact with you for the long term if they know that you understand them,” suggests Gray.
“Further to this, search engines reward businesses that publish quality, consistent content.
The other rule of thumb here is, stick to what you know. You will find that in your industry or profession, there’s a wealth of interesting things happening which can provide you with content. Remember, that’s why people are following you, because they’re interested in your products.
Blogging not only helps you to create valid touch points for consumers to engage with, “you are also increasing your organic SEO, without spending a dime,” she says.

While a blog easy to establish, consistency is key.
“Constant content creation is hard, but it is also incredibly hardworking. It is imperative that you keep to a regular schedule of updating. Before you start, create a content calendar, outlining what you would like to say and when. This will help you to tell more of a story and see the growth of your strategy.
The easiest way to spread your content is through social media. It’s free and you have a captive audience. Use every available platform to shout from,” she says.

Refer full article here

10/09/13

How To Write A Digital Marketing Strategy

We recently lent our thoughts to Sensis to help SME’s get started writing a digital marketing strategy.

Here’s the article:

There are certain things that small businesses know are critical to success, and a business plan is one of them.

But increasingly, a digital marketing strategy, which lays out your policy and priorities for the management of electronic property, has become another must-have document for modern business.

Catherine Gray knows all about the importance of online marketing. As the founding director of a business which has won awards for helping its clients reach customers with carefully planned online advertising strategies, she understands the importance of crafting a digital message to help a business hit its digital targets.

That strategy could entail everything from desktop and mobile websites, apps, social media campaigns to web banners and email marketing. Or a mix of all those things positioned to catch the attention of customers. She says there are seven key steps in developing a successful digital media strategy.

1. Define your goals from the start
The starting point of a thorough plan should be defining what you want to get from it.
“Businesses should ask what it is they want their digital marketing to do. Are you looking for brand awareness, to drive sales or to interact with customers? How you answer this question will shape your strategy,” she says.

2. Always research your industry
Knowledge is power, as the old saying goes. So to give yourself the best possible understanding of your industry, Gray says that research is essential.
“Do you know who your competitors are and how they are conducting themselves online? How many social media followers do they have? What content are they sharing on their website? By documenting the ‘who’ and ‘what’, you can clearly determine how you can better meet the needs of your audience,” she says.

3. Understand your audience
As with any marketing campaign, defining your target market is essential. In a nutshell, who are you trying to reach. And you can kick this off by asking some simple questions.
“Who are they? What do they like [in lifestyle terms]? And most importantly how do they spend their time online? By keeping your customer top-of-mind in all aspects of your digital marketing you will ensure you remain relevant,” says Gray.

4. Don’t be afraid to go back to basics
“Take an audit of your current online brand properties,” suggests Gray. Once you know what your digital portfolio looks like, conduct a thorough review of each to ensure your brand is putting its best foot forward. Does each of those efforts have at its core your brand message?
Does it appeal to your target and are you easy to interact with? Check how easy your site is to navigate. If it’s too difficult potential customers may switch off and not make it to the end of the journey,” she says.
There is a simple test for this. Is the path to making contact with you or a sale simple or complicated? If it’s the latter, you’ve got an opportunity to clear away some roadblocks between you and – hopefully – more business.

5. Know the essentials of SEO
Gray says the most impressive-looking website means nothing if your customers can’t find you. And one of the keys to finding your website is search marketing.
“The absolute goal of online marketing is to be there when someone is looking for you. All websites should be built to Google’s best practices for organic searchability. Ensuring your SEO is in order is possibly the most important investment you can make,” says Gray.

6. Advertising still matters
Don’t just rely on your customers finding you organically. “Cost effective advertising such as Facebook and Google Ads have the ability to offer solid results and should be included in your marketing strategy,” says Gray.
But she warns against a set and forget approach.
“Review any advertising regularly to find out what’s working and what isn’t.” As a rule of thumb, Gray says 20 per cent of your budget should be spent on media and the rest should be channelled into getting your digital marketing in shape for when customers find you.

7. Keep content fresh and current
You want to engage potential customers and you want them to come back. Be proactive with your content and outline in advance the different pieces of information you will distribute at different times.

 

Refer full article here

20/05/13

WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER!

The Producers Website

We’re pleased as punch to have won our first award!

Recently we entered a website we developed for our friends at The Producers into the Interactive Media Awards. And it picked up an Outstanding Achievement in the Advertising category!

Not bad for our first six months, eh?

The Producers is a Brisbane-based production company specialising in TV Commercials and Still Image Creations.

With some seriously amazing image creators and directors under their belt, the hard work was all done for us and all we needed to do was showcase their great talent!

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Homemaker The Valley

The Family Nightclub

Brisbane Writers Festival 2014

Flynn Property Group

Susan Driver

Ryan Letterboxes

Mills-Tui

Brewsvegas

BVCI

Brisbane Writers Festival

Empire Mall

Jesse Smith

Limitless

Sylvia P

The producers

Vapiano

Wannabeme

Yummbox

Colonial First State - Buy Smart

Grand Plaza

Ponting Foundation

BVCI

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Empire Mall

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Brainheart

Buy Smart

Fabric Films

Fabric Films

Bruce Dulley

Sylvia P

Tegan Campbell

Client

Chamber of Commerce and Industry QLD

Title

QAssure

About

QAssure is the new, streamlined accreditation program for ICT suppliers wishing to be considered for Queensland Government work.

Managed by CCIQ, the QAssure register of pre-qualified suppliers is also open to public and private companies, government-owned corporations, not-for-profits and other entities.

QAssure is an online registration system that provides vendors with a unique number that ensures they are accredited and pre-qualified as a supplier for State Government ICT contracts.

QAssure is a trusted gateway between Queensland ICT suppliers and the organisations needing their services.

Client

Homemaker The Valley

Title

Homemaker The Valley Website

About

Homemaker the Valley engaged us to build their new website following their rebrand and launch of a new identity. We sought to create a brilliant solution with longevity that would enable them to manage their online presence themselves.

Client

Katarzyna

Title

The Family Nightclub Website

About

The Family is one of Brisbane’s best nightclubs, boasting a roster of some of the best DJ’s from around the world.

The Client approached us to design a responsive site, giving users a seamless experience across all devices.

The site acts as a hub to keep informed of upcoming events and acts, as well as viewing image galleries, social feeds, blog articles and videos.

Client

Brisbane Writers Festival

Title

Brisbane Writers Festival 2014

About

BWF engaged us as their digital agency for the second year in a row. The site that we developed retained some of the key functionality from last year’s site that users appreciated such as the shareable itinerary. However the site had a completely new look and feel for this year’s festival.

Client

Flynn Property Group

Title

Flynn Property Group Website

About

Flynn Property Group is one of Brisbane’s most eminent property developers. With a track record for high end and sought after developments throughout Brisbane, FPG engaged us to create a brand and online identity to align their brand with the prestigious developments that they create.

The simple and understated design foregrounds the striking imagery of FPG’s developments.

Client

Susan Driver Jewellery

Title

Susan Driver Jewellery Online Store

About

Susan Driver is an Artisan silversmith well versed in selling her unique offerings through Instagram and email orders. We built her a custom ecommerce solution on the Empire Mall platform. Giving her a one-stop shop for her to manage stock and sales, and also giving customers a beautifully simple shopping experience.

Client

Ryan Letterboxes

Title

Ryan Letterboxes Website

About

Ryan Letterboxes engaged us to build a new website following a rebrand. This new website differentiates them from their competitors, positioning them as a premium provider of mailboxes for both residential and commercial developments.

The elegant, minimal design scales down beautifully to tablet and mobile, ensuring that users have a seamless browsing experience on any platform.

Client

Mills Tui

Title

Mills-Tui Website

About

Mills Tui is an Australian manufacturer of specialist vehicles for a range of applications. We were tasked with refreshing their online presence, and showcasing their capabilities. One of the first steps that we took was to engage Jason Henry, a skilled commercial photographer. These photographs give the site a polished visual appeal.

Client

Brewsvegas

Title

Brewsvegas

About

Brewsvegas is a grass roots, community minded celebration of Brisbane’s burgeoning craft beer culture. We created them an easy to use, event-style website to showcase the best places to be during the festival. Brewsvegas – Your bars, your beers

Client

BVCI

Title

BVCI

About

BVCI are an Australian owned and operated manufacturer of precast concrete and moulded plastic pits and are an industry leader involved in large scale infrastructure development.

We set out to build a website that conveyed the scale and breadth of work that BVCI do, but also to allow contractors, engineers and clients to quickly and easily access product information for their expansive range.

The responsive full-width design features beautiful large imagery to draw the user in.

Client

Brisbane Writers Festival

Title

Brisbane Writers Festival

About

Brisbane Writers Festival (BWF) has been celebrating reading, writing and ideas with the people of Queensland and showcasing Queensland writers to the world for fifty years. Renowned for its energy and casual intellect, BWF brings together readers, writers, innovators, and provocateurs within the cultural precinct right on the Brisbane River in the heart of the city.

We were so blessed to be a major sponsor of the festival this year and have the opportunity to work with such fantastic people.

With beautiful creative from our friends at Hoopla Family, we really had the privilege and ability to bring a lovely site to life.

It’s a solution with longevity and charisma and we love it!

This site won an award at the Interactive Media Awards 2013.

Client

Empire Mall

Title

Empire Mall

About

Empire Mall is an online shopping platform we developed to enable businesses to have an online presence for an attainable price.

It’s expected that all retail businesses should have a way of selling their products online, but without the budgets of corporations it’s almost impossible.

The idea is to help businesses that wouldn’t generally have the opportunity to have their own online store. Empire Mall has opened up the online shopping arena to be available and accessible for everyone.

Each shop has their own store within an online mall scenario. This store is a full website with it’s own domain name, and the features to match any online shop out there. With different products available to suit the individual needs of the business, there’s a perfect solution for every size and shape.

Client

Jesse Smith

Title

Jesse Smith

About

Jesse Smith is an amazing high-end commercial photographer, based in Brisbane. This site is a giant portfolio of Jesse’s latest work and a representation of his sleek and dynamic creativity.

Client

Limitless

Title

Limitless

About

Limitless is a property developer and builder of residential projects, with an unparalleled track record stretching 17 years in the residential apartment and luxury housing markets.

We developed a responsive full width website to showcase the unique and beautiful properties that Limitless produces. The site was built with a seamless front end CMS that allows the client to easily and quickly update content as they require, this ensures that Limitless have a site that fulfils their needs as a company well into the future.

This site won Best in Class at the Interactive Media Awards 2013.

Client

Sylvia P

Title

Sylvia P

About

Sylvia P are an Australian owned and operated gymnastics leotard and custom lycra wear manufacturer. They are a well respected brand with longstanding ties to the gymnastics community.

We developed a new logo and brand identity as well as a bespoke online store for Sylvia P operating on the Empire Mall platform.

The simple understated design foregrounds the striking unique garments that they produce.

Client

The producers

Title

The producers

About

The Producers is a Brisbane-based production company specialising in TV Commercials and Still Image Creations.

With some seriously amazing image creators and directors under their belt, the hard work was all done for us and all we needed to do was showcase their great talent!

This site won an award at the Interactive Media Awards 2013.

Client

Vapiano

Title

Vapiano

About

Funnily enough, there’s nothing more Australian than Italian food. We were super pleased to help Vapiano Australia with their digital revamp and bring their website to life.

Client

Wannabeme

Title

Wannabeme

About

Tweens are a complicated bunch. They’re incredibly astute, savvy and opinionated. And they know more about technology than we ever will. Our challenge was to engage this incredibly difficult audience. To give them the tools choose how they interacted with the brand. The result is a colourful, social hub where everything is shareable and fun.

This site won Best in Class at the Interactive Media Awards 2013.

Client

Yummbox

Title

Yummbox

About

Say goodbye to stale sandwiches from home and deep-fried mystery parcels from the corner store, Yummbox is here to save your lunch hour. From an exciting idea to a thriving new business, this online shop really showcases Empire Mall doing what it does best - helping people achieve their dreams.

Client

Junior

Title

Buy Smart iPad App

About

We created this iPad game for the Colonial First State Global Asset Management shopping centres to use for their BuySmart campaign. The game was used in shopping centres nationally and resulted in almost 10,000 prize giveaways.

Client

Junior

Title

Grand Plaza Facebook Competition

About

We helped Grand Plaza Shopping Centre with a super successful Facebook competition where the lucky winner won $250 to help them with their Christmas Groceries.

Client

Ponting Foundation

Title

Biggest Game Of Cricket

About

We were very honoured to work on the Ponting Foundation’s ‘Biggest Game of Cricket’ campaign this year. With a nearly 40% increase in Facebook following, 80% interaction online and a 40% increase in game sign ups, the campaign was a great success.

Client

BVCI

Title

Strongform Group Website Architecture

About

The Strongform Group comprise of 4 companies, BVCI, Strongform Industrial, Plastek and OzPoly. We architected a Wordpress multi-site setup so that all four websites sit in the same codebase and are all centrally managed from the same administration backend. This created a level of consistency between the brands and also a seamless management experience to update any of the sites.

Client

Brisbane Writers Festival

Title

Brisbane Writers Festival Hosting Strategy, Achitecture & Management

About

Brisbane Writers Festival is a well known public event, and 2013 was the first time they had engaged a digital agency to work with them. We anticipated high traffic and load on the site over the festival period, as it was the first year their site had a fully interactive event system. We archictected a technical strategy for the event that included not just the site infrastructure, but also hot swap failover infrastructure, and offsite quickbuild backups, as well as code audits and custom caching implementation. We built all of their server infrastructure from the ground up in the most efficent way we could, and implemented all of our strategy & reccomendations. The site sustained a quarter of a million page visits over the festival period, and was a success.

Client

Brewsvegas

Title

Brewsvegas Architecture & Monitoring

About

Brewsvegas is a week long festival of beer in its first year. We built a technical strategy and implemented it to ensure they site didn’t crash with the load from all of the publicity they were receiving. The site didn’t skip a beat while being featured on Chanel 7 6pm News.

Client

Vapiano

Title

Vapiano Hosting Server Architecture & Monitoring

About

Vapiano Australia has opened two new restaurants in the past 12 months in Melbourne and Sydney. For each opening they have run a campaign to book in for a free lunch, We architected a technical strategy to deal with the high traffic levels of the campaign and also disaster recovery & offsite backup solutions. Upon implementation, both campaigns have run seamlessly under high load.

Client

Wannabeme

Title

Wannabe Me Hosting Architecture & Monitoring

About

Wannabe Me is an online store we created that was out to start with a bang. They undertook a big PR launch and was featured on Channel 7 News. We built their hosting solution from the ground up that included some whopping big servers, load balancers and an asset content delivery network in the Amazon Cloud. Since the launch of the site, it has exploded and become one of the leading Tween Online Shopping sites.

We are still in management of the hosting infrastructure and the site has not had any downtime to date.

Client

Brainheart

Title

Brainheart

About

Brainheart is an advertising, marketing, social media and communications consultancy specialising in work that resonates. We loved working on their website and mobile site.

Client

Junior

Title

Buy Smart iPad App

About

We created this iPad game for the Colonial First State Global Asset Management shopping centres to use for their BuySmart campaign. The game was used in shopping centres nationally and resulted in almost 10,000 prize giveaways.

Client

Fabric Films

Title

Fabric Films

About

Fabric Films is a portfolio site for Brisbane-based director, Charlie Ferguson.

With our great friend at Muse Interactive, we worked to make the Fabric Films website an easily accessible marketing tool whilst they are on the go.

The mobile site works with the desktop site so that everything is centrally managed still, but ensures great quality video and continues the immersive experience.

Client

Vapiano

Title

Vapiano

About

Funnily enough, there’s nothing more Australian than Italian food. We were super pleased to help Vapiano Australia with their digital revamp and bring their website to life. We created a seperate mobile site for ease of use and access to information.

Client

Bruce Dulley

Title

Bruce Dulley Identity

About

Bruce Dulley Family Lawyers are a well established and regarded legal practice. In spite of their esteemed name they lacked recognisable branding. They approached us to develop a logo and brand identity that adequately conveyed their professionalism and reputation. The understated monochromatic design features the practice’s initials complimented by an elegant filigree pattern.

Client

Sylvia P

Title

Sylvia P Identity & Collerateral

About

Sylvia P are a premier manufacturer of gymnastics leotards and training garments, and are well regarded in the gymnastics commnunity for their quality and attention to detail. We created a new logo and brand identity for them that conveys this commitment to quality. The design of their 2014 Competition Catalogue showcases their striking garments in an elegant and fashionable document for the client to distribute to existing and prospective customers.

Client

Tegan Campbell

Title

Tegan Campbell Identity

About

In the saturated and competitive market of health and fitness. Fitness model Tegan Campbell needed a brand identity that conveyed her personality and differentiated her from the competition. We created a brand that suits her personality and exudes grit and determination.

It might be something small.
Or something big.
Something extraordinary or beautiful.
Or something shocking or strange.
Whatever it is, it’s something digital and
it starts with a single idea and a single pixel.
And at Studio None,
we want to start it with you.

We love creating everything in the digital space.
And we do mean everything,
from desktop and mobile websites to apps,
social media campaigns, web banners
and even email set-up and hosting.

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Something new, something imaginative,
something useful, something special,
something that puts a smile on your face.

Our people are
second to none…
just ask the bosses.

Catherine Gray is one of Studio None’s founding partners, and the Client Services Director.
She loves great creative, delights in challenges and finding solutions to unsolvable problems.
Her passion is only outshone by her love of making clients happy… and possibly wine.
Niall Heffernan is one of the founders of Studio None and the Technical Director. He has an unhealthy love for code and pixels,
and when a new digital challenge comes up he gets this twinkle in his eyes. He prefers beer over wine, and Thai food over Indian.
He’s also Dad to two lovely fluffy ducks named Mary and Mabel.

Our team of developers and digital creatives
are an eclectic, passionate, crazy bunch
who believe that anything is possible.

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and no-one,
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