Graphic Design

Vibrant designs to really communicate your message

Our approach to graphic design is not simply about how pretty we can make it look, but how it's purpose is best served to our clients needs. It may be that a client wants an attractive brochure, but what they really need are more customers. Our job is to use graphic design to accomplish that aim.

Working collaboratively with our clients, we're able to use their insight into their audience to realise their aims, whatever the media - brochures, branding, stationery, signage, email campaigns or the web and in a manner that is always consistent.

Of course, design is emotive - which makes it subjective, as you will see from our portfolio our designs are widely varied and always designed to reflect your business and appeal to your clients.

And as Montell Jordan said, this is how we do it. Or something like that.

Eddie, Paul and the whole team at Hat Trick Media have worked tirelessly to get the new Skegness RNLI Lifeboats & Lifeguards website off the ground, handling our very unique requirements, unusual requests and constant changes-of-mind with ease and endless patience!

Throughout the design and development process it has been clear that Hat Trick really care about the quality of the product they produce, and have been prepared to go the extra mile to make sure the site is just right.

The result is a website that not only looks fantastic, but provides the right balance of in-depth information (such as lifeboats launch data) and ease-of-use that we had been so keen to achieve. But just as importantly, because the site will be maintained by volunteers, it was critical that updating information and posting new content could be done quickly and easily Hat Tricks content management system (aka "Geoff) fits the bill perfectly.

Despite only having gone live a few weeks ago and us still needing to add lots of content, we have already received numerous positive comments from our supporters.On behalf of everyone involved with the RNLI in Skegness, and our supporters Thank you!

Russell Matthews

Press Office

Skegness RNLI