Blue is the colour for Leeds digital marketing agency’s rebrand

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Leeds digital marketing agency Blue Digital has revealed the first fruits of what it describes as a “radical rebrand”.

The agency has created a new logo and website as part of a drive to double its current turnover to £1.5m by 2018.

It has also announced three new appointments – Lucy Murfet joins as a digital project manager, Bethany Webb as a digital marketing executive and Tony Ampomah as a PHP developer.

Roy Moody, director at Blue Digital, said: “The digital industry is so fast paced that it is important to stay ahead of the curve.

“We wanted a brand identity that reflects our personality and work ethic – memorable and instantly recognisable, which helps us stand out from the crowd.

“Our talented team of designers have applied the same principles as they do for our clients, creating branding that reflects who we are but, above all, is focused on generating results.

“Our rebrand and the experience of our extended team will ensure we are able to offer our clients the best possible service to help them succeed in their aims.”

For further information about the agency, visit www.bluedigital.co.uk.

The Yorkshire Evening Post recently launched its Digital City platform in partnership with Sky Betting & Gaming.

The platform is designed to highlight the giant strides being made by a sector that boasts around 3,000 organisations in Leeds.

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