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Crease is primarily a digital advertising agency which means we build a lot of web sites! We’ve been doing this for over ten years, building web sites for our clients directly, for graphic designers and for traditional advertising agencies.

But that’s not all we do. Creative / Technical Director Rob Fiddyment started in the industry as the editor of the University of Tasmania student magazine – Togatus, he worked for 3 years as a professional photographer while he was at Uni and he’s worked for Neville Jeffries Advertising (Mac Operator), G3 Advertising – Director New Media, Larkins, Fiddyment and Paterson – Creative Director and for the past 10 years as Creative / Technical Director with CREASE. Peter Davis has been a graphic designer for over 15 years and has formal training in both graphic design and computer programming – he’s the best production specialist we’ve ever had the privilege of working with. And there’s Paul, a senior programmer and polymath who we affectionately refer to as “the big giant head”. (And Rowena who makes sure the business runs like a swiss watch – thanks Rowena).

So along with state of the art top level web sites we also offer services such as Logo and Brand asset development. Graphic design for press ads and promotional materials and much more.

A growing area of business for us is helping organisations to get setup to produce and manage their own brand assets ‘in house’.

So if you’ve got someone on your team at your business who has an interest and an aptitude for design / marketing / web sites we can help ‘join the dots’ for you so that you don’t have to pay ‘dirty rotten suppliers’ to do tasks you can easily do in house.

We also offer an EXPERT ASSESSMENT SERVICE to organisations looking at new media projects over $100k. We offer expert assessment of project proposals to give you an independent perspective on the project under consideration. This service has proved very popular with the growth of internally generated new media projects in the government and private sectors. We find that managers are being asked to approve projects (in some cases put forward by their own staff) which are almost impossible for the manager to assess. When we offer this expert assessment we formally exclude ourselves from pitching for any work that may arise from or in relation to the project. This avoids conflicts of interest and allows to focus on just one thing – what’s best for you.