Frank Digital scores another big win

Frank Digital scores another big win

Frank Digital has been awarded the re-design and development of the City of Sydney’s “What’s On” website, following on from a successful six months.

The digital agency was announced the winner amongst 21 other digital agencies vying for the opportunity, suggesting this agency is a force to be reckoned with for 2014.

Due to this win Frank Digital has appointed Clint Crothers from Digital Arts Network as its new head of design.

 “We are honoured and excited to have the opportunity to work on a project of this scale,” Matt Barbelli, creative director, said.

“It really provides us the opportunity to put our own little stamp on this beautiful city we call Sydney.”

The win follows on from a huge six months where the agency also added five new clients to its roster including Nickelodeon, The Athlete’s Foot, [A’kin], The GPT Group and SBS.

The agency is also responsible for designing and developing Australia’s first live Instagram printer and launching sister agency Social Playground, as well as the #IDIDIT campaign for Athlete’s Foot.




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