Posted on 10/05/2017
Kitsune Studio are offering free website & branding workshops for leisure and sports businesses
Kitsune, a UX, brand + design studio based here at Baltic Creative in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle have, for the last four years, been crafting international brands and website for the leisure sector. Including Madame Tussauds, The Climbing Hangar, vTime, Lakes Alive, Binary Festival and CasinoClub and most recently Liverpool International Tennis Tournament, an annual event taking place in June. Now in it’s 16th year, Liverpool Tennis is the longest running and largest tennis exhibition in Europe.
On the 8th May, Kitsune launched their new website, kitsune.uk, highlighting some of their favourite leisure and sports projects and clients.
To celebrate the launch of their new site Kitsune are offering leisure and sports companies a free brand or website brief writing workshop, providing an excellent starting point for anyone appointing a designer. A well written and structured brief ensures projects get off on the right foot, ultimately doing your future self a big favour.
The company has recently appointed Nicholas Baskerville, co-owner of the award winning venue Constellations as their new Marketing Manager. Constellations, a multi-use space in Liverpool’s burgeoning Baltic Triangle, was recently featured in an article by The Times newspaper, which
named the Baltic Triangle as the coolest place to live in Britain.
Kitsune will combine their extensive understanding of UX design and experience of creating brands with Nicholas’ marketing, events and leisure sector insights. The studio’s finished projects are high quality and always grounded in sector specific knowledge, imparting clarity and increasing the value and return on investment for each client.
Nicholas Baskerville, Marketing Director said, “With our combined understanding and knowledge we’re confident we can establish Kitsune as a leading brand and design company servicing leisure businesses. Working to enhance our client’s story through our deep understanding of the sector, by analysing their objectives, data and connecting this with great design, content and experiences.”
To enquire about your place on a free workshop please email [email protected]