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You’ll no doubt have noticed a few changes around the place lately. As Richard, our CEO, will tell you, we’ve been busy bees over the past year refreshing our brand to reflect how MOO has grown and where we are today.
But don’t worry, despite the odd nip and tuck here and there, we’re still the same MOO underneath – some things will never change. As our Design Director, Anup, explains, it’s all about staying fresh and up-to-date, “We’re eight years old now and design changes in that timeframe. Naturally, being the creative folk that we are, we couldn’t help but tweak our look and feel to best represent what we so firmly believe in – that design works …Continue reading this article…
London Fashion Week isn’t just all stylish people and cool parties. This industry-based event, which just wrapped this week in the capital, is part of a worldwide fashion month that also goes to New York, Milan and Paris. During this five-day event, London hosts more than 50 catwalk shows, 15 presentations, plus over 120 UK and international designers exhibit. Who said fashion was glamorous?
So how do emerging designers get noticed during London Fashion Week when they’re just one brand out of many? MOO spoke to two sustainable, eco-friendly brands about how they turned to Luxe products to convey their brand’s quality and individuality and how it helped get the attention …Continue reading this article…
September has always felt like the most fashionable time of the year – between international fashion weeks and beautiful Fall/Winter collections, it’s hard not to get into the style spirit. That’s why we thought Denise Fiedler’s fashion-centric collages made a timely design series for this month’s Luxe Project. Her work ‘Fashion Math’ features the numbers from vintage math flash cards posing as buckles, bows and collars atop feminine wardrobe staples – with a light heartedness that Denise says she finds ‘symbolic of what fashion does for us.’
Denise used paper collage to design Square and Classic Business Cards, Notecards, and Letterhead – with proceeds donated to Creative Growth, a nonprofit visual arts center in California. We chatted with the …Continue reading this article…
Allow me to introduce myself, I’m Richard, the founder of MOO.
September 2014 marks our eighth birthday. Eight!
Back in 2006 we were just nine people, based out of a tiny warehouse in East London. MOO’s early success was so rapid that the entire team had to down tools to help pack customer orders – we even had to bring our friends along to help (bribed with pizza). Thankfully there’s less of that nowadays, pizza is very carb-heavy.
Whilst MOO continues to enjoy great popularity, a lot of other things have changed. We’ve expanded internationally, added new products and our focus has shifted more towards helping businesses of all sizes look great. I’m immensely proud of the people who have worked here …Continue reading this article…
It’s Small Business Advice Week in the UK and to celebrate we’ve curated a selection of our most popular Expert Tips for small businesses. Read below to find out more!
1. Write a great business plan
Every great business idea needs financial support to bring it to life. Read our tips to writing a successful business plan to secure that investment you need or to simply keep your business on track.
2. Be more than a one-man shop
You’re on your own but still need to stand out from the big corporate giants in your industry. Read our guide on simple ways to make a difference when you’ve only got one person for the job, you!
3. Tips to …Continue reading this article…
It’s been many months in the making and now it’s finally here. Yay! Say hello to the newest kid on the MOO block, the Square Business Card.
If you’re after a fun and flexible way of showing off your creativity, then look no further. This little guy could be just what you need to get the conversation started. Perfect for promoting your portfolio, products or social details, the latest addition to our family is a palm-sized hand-out that stands out.
If you’re into Instagram, then you’re in luck. With our brand new integration tool, showing off your Instagram photos is a piece of cake. The launch of Square Business Cards seemed the ideal time …Continue reading this article…
To celebrate the launch of our new Square Business Cards, and a rather fun option to upload your images straight from Instagram, we’ve teamed up with some of our favourite Instagram photographers and artists to celebrate the wonderful image ratio of 1:1; the square.
Say hello to Tom. He’s the artist and cat enthusiast behind foxesandcats, which might just be the most adorable Instagram profile we’ve ever seen. Tom has garnered quite a following since he launched foxesandcats, where he posts some of his amazing drawings and photography, so we thought it would be great if he took over MOO’s Instagram for a few days. You can see some of his posts here.…Continue reading this article…
In case you missed it, we ran a competition where we asked you to enter by sharing a compliment with a friend on Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #toyoufromMOO… it was certainly fun seeing all those positive vibes being passed around the internet!
Here’s the winning tweet, which we pulled at random from a proverbial hat. (It was actually a spreadsheet, but that’s a little less dramatic but still totally random).
With an ever-changing work climate, there’s a good chance you’ve worked freelance before, have heard of the 4-hour workweek (and want to try it, right?) or in fact, work a double life.
What’s a double work life? This is when you spend your day at a 9-5 job and your evenings or weekends working on your own business, a second job or passion project. Here at MOO, we’re fascinated by these ‘double lifers’ and even have quite a few of them working for us too.
So, we’ve started a series where we get to know some exciting, inspiring folks in our community and at MOO too, to find out what it takes to lead a double life, err work life, we mean…
The rise of the pop-up
The past couple of years have seen something pretty exciting emerge in the retail landscape. Small brands, without a brick-and-mortar shop, are now promoting their online experience offline.
Welcome to the age of the pop-up shop.
Riding the wave
A pop-up shop pretty much does what it says on the tin. It ‘pops up’ for a few days or weeks before disappearing again. Not only do they introduce a brand to a new audience, but because it’s temporary, they can prompt people to buy now to prevent that dreaded FOMO, or fear of missing out.
Also, pop-ups allow smaller businesses, without the means to invest in costly market …Continue reading this article…
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