In London and LA...
2014 was an exciting year for Mystery with further expansion of our interior design team; the move to our fantastic new studio in Kentish Town (with room to swing multiple cats!); and exciting design projects for clients both big and small around the world. Not to mention the opening of 'Dub Jam', our very own F&B concept in Covent Garden; and the launch of Mystery Inc in LA!
Energised by this new era, we've been inspired to kick-start 2015 in the same vein by creating an exciting new Mystery Brand Design Agency website, which we're proud to unveil to you today (cue metaphorical ribbon cutting!).
We've worked hard to ensure the new website enables people to view much clearer images of all the cool stuff we've been up to with filtering features that push relevant work with minimal clicks. Please click here to take a look and if you have any feedback, it will be really appreciated as we continue to evolve the site to ensure the best possible digital experience.
Thanks to our friends at Devstars, our new site has been built to be fully responsive - enabling it to work seamlessly across desktops, tablets and smartphones. Our user analytics research shows the dawn of a new digital era, as mobile devices are becoming more popular than traditional desktop computers for browsing websites - web-users now expect a tailored experience on mobile devices, rather than zooming in and out of a traditional websites - making compatibility more important than ever before. If you'd like us to review your site to ensure it is performing strongly across all platforms we'd be delighted to help. Drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org
In London and LA...
2015 also sees exciting expansion for Mystery overseas with our US office in Santa Monica, Los Angeles. Mystery founder and CEO, Dan Einzig is heading up this new chapter for Mystery Brand Design Agency, assuring us it's not an excuse to lounge on the beach, Dan and the team are already hard at work with clients in LA, Las Vegas and Texas with plans to develop projects across the States. Dan is in daily contact with the team in London and is flip-flopping back regularly to support Richard Samarasinghe, who has nobly taken the reigns there.
What can you do to help?
Well thanks for asking. Everyone seems to have a special friend or contact in the US. With all this growth, it would be great if you could refer Dan in the US (or Richard in the UK) to your person. If you don't have one, then perhaps you could 'like' or 'share' our new website on social media and help spread the word.
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