Brain child of MD Sam Briggs - Vitty is an old Cornish word that means ‘a job well done’ and that’s exactly what they do. With a healthy portfolio of clients across the UK and USA, 2018 is set to be an explosive year for the talented team.
“We are really proud of what we have achieved so far, and excited to take it to the next level,” said Sam. “It’s important for us to build mutually beneficial partnerships - and we are pleased that when we get clients they tend to stick around”.
Proud of their rural roots, Vitty actively support charitable work in the region - in particular Friends of Moor Pond Woods (FMPW). Working together since 2009, Vitty have created fabulous digital solutions for the conservation charity, instrumental in raising awareness and building the digital presence of this fantastic community resource.
“Sam and the team at Vitty have really listened to what we needed from our website. It’s clear, accessible and people are using it!” said Stephen Walker of FMPW, “We have now achieved wide recognition for our project and are confident that the woods will be a valuable resource for generations to come”.
Specialising in effective and robust digital design, Vitty has developed beautiful websites for a range of industry and community clients, including Kimberley Christmas Market. The team at Vitty worked with the event organisers to develop a website and social media strategy that would help attract more visitors to the event. The website drew significant interest and the event was a great success.
Amanda Males of Queens Head Watnall said “Very professional and easy experience. Vitty establish exactly what you need and design the website around your business. The result is a tailored visually appealing site. Good value too. Would recommend to other businesses.”
Vitty Creative is looking to bring their unique blend of technical acumen and rural charm to a wider audience, helping businesses succeed across the UK and adding significantly to their team.
"We are really proud of what we have achieved so far, and excited to take it to the next level."
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