Good news reached us recently from our clients at Providence Estate where stages 2 and 3A, the latest release phases of this eventual 800-lot development, sold out within a matter of days. Pretty good going in one of Perth’s most competitive land corridors. Telltale provided complete branding services for the estate up to launch, including a mobile-responsive website and suite of marketing collateral, and we continue to support the project with ongoing marketing services, including a billboard campaign that’s scheduled for roll out in the coming weeks.
Random travel anecdote… On a recent trip to Amsterdam to create content for the website of the Peter Pan Never Ending Story World Arena Tour we came across what, by our reckoning, must be the coolest steak restaurant on the planet: Bar-beque Castell. Eating a 10-inch steak with a foot-long knife while sitting on a bum-hugging sofa in front of a roaring log fire set among the retro-glamour stylings of a 1970s ski-lodge (it’s almost a surprise not to find Rod Stewart and Britt Ekland intertwined at the next table) is an experience we urge everyone to get around to asap. Thanks to photo assistant Ben for the recommendation.
Our portfolio of land development clients was expanded further this week with the award of a contract to re-brand Springtime, a 10 hectare residential land development in Haynes, Western Australia. A new logo, website and a suite of sub-branded estate brochures are now on the Telltale to-do list. Let’s get busy…
Following a two-month design and refresh project, a new-look website for the Bletchley Park estate is now up and running. New digital handiwork includes a revised interactive aerial context plan and the addition of an interactive estate masterplan. You can check out these upgrades at bletchleypark.com.au.