Make is run by a dedicated team of professionals with large agency and commercial business experience.
Yes, we may be creatively driven, but we also understand the cost and time pressures most businesses face.
When it comes to today’s digital era, we like to think that Darwin’s ‘adapt or die’ theory of survival is particularly apt. Embrace the major online revolution that we now have before us or stand still.
We can help your business fully embrace the rapidly-evolving digital age.
Do you need a website that’s mobile-friendly? That ranks highly in search results? Moves with the times and, more importantly, engages people, helps you sell more and generates new business?
We can make it happen.
MEET THE TEAM
Anthony heads up new business and client services. He has more than 10 years’ digital marketing experience and is at the forefront of trends that help clients capitalise on new, multichannel opportunities.
Your relationship with Make starts with Anthony, and he oversees your project at every stage to make sure you get the best output on time and within budget.
Anthony lived and worked in China and has worked with multiple overseas businesses, developing a thorough understanding of international markets and needs.
Tom’s in-depth understanding of digital design and functionality is the driving force behind all our work.
He starts by gaining a detailed understanding of your business and audiences and then directs a strategy that leverages digital innovation to achieve your commercial goals.
You see his work in everything we do at Make. He’s been designing websites for 15 years and has particular expertise in sport, luxury brands and technology.
Aaron is our head of development and the glue that holds projects together. He may be a coding obsessive, but you won’t find him holed up alone in the office corner. He’s an integral part of our digital team, and Make websites are so effective because of the way he collaborates with the team.
To view his beautiful handiwork, check out projects we’ve done for Translate Plus, That’s A Goal & RSL Awards.
It’s all well and good wanting to say something, but you have to say it in a way that attracts and persuades your audience – and gives them reasons to choose you.
That’s Anna’s speciality. Whether it’s defining your proposition and key messaging, structuring your website information, writing your web copy or creating blogs and emails – she turns the merest hint of an idea into engaging, informative content that achieves commercial goals.
Anna works across sectors, with a portfolio that ranges from Fortuny lamps to neurological rehabilitation technology. She’s certified by HubSpot and has 10 years’ digital copywriting experience.
Camila has almost 10 years’ experience in graphic design and is one of those rare and valuable specialists equally strong in print and digital. When you see Camilla work, you’re struck by her talent for seizing the smallest kernel of an idea and transforming it into powerful and cohesive concepts.
And her talents don’t end there. Camila has a background in PR, which means she intuitively understands how to use creativity to gain traction and generate buzz.
Camila is particularly skilled at designing for luxury brands, and her portfolio at Make includes Thameen and De Beers.
George joins us from the in-house design team at Crystal Palace. He’s our resident sports design expert and heads up our Racing Post account.
On a typical day, you’ll find him moving between Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, After Effects and Cinema 4D to create compelling designs. He’s also a skilled illustrator, which gives his work inimitable flair.
When you want a digital design that captures customers’ attention and makes you stand out from your competitors, you talk to Alice.
Her creative concepts are always finessed to reflect the client’s personality and goals, cut through the noise and deliver the best functionality. Unsurprisingly, these sought-after digital skills also translate to striking product and packaging design skills.
Alice’s portfolio at Make includes The Gate, Maar and Fortuny. She’s ably assisted by her sausage dog Bun, who joins the Make team once a week. What Bun lacks in digital nous she makes up in cuddles.