So it's a little bit off the beaten track for the team at Loud Ladybird – not a run of the mill activity – but we all thoroughly enjoyed learning a new skill: pottery.
Overuse of the word “very” (or “really”) is a common pitfall in copywriting. While the word “very” should not be entirely banished from copywriting projects, its deployment should be carefully evaluated.
We love this – a child's take on "Loud Ladybird"; apparently the ladybird has its mouth wide open because it's talking loudly!
In all honesty the Loud Ladybird graphic design team does get teased every now and again that what they really do is "colouring". Just to set the record straight...
A family member of the Loud Ladybird team has created these decorative stones – they're hand-painted and absolutely beautiful and we all love them.
Who could not be inspired by the intricate texture and colouration of the peacock? Nature is truly remarkable.
This year the team at Loud Ladybird has been rather inspired by the idea of creating a fairy garden – a quest first dreamt up by small people who love all things fairyland!
The copywriting team at Loud Ladybird enjoys learning about all sorts of subjects, many of which are often pretty inspiring. The subject matter of this week's commercial copywriting project – to produce text for the marketing of a property – is no exception.
Pretty amazing that seemingly overnight, the centre of Bury St Edmunds was transformed into this amazing beach.
We’re delighted to have celebrated our eighth anniversary this week! We’ve been busy ladybirds and the time has absolutely flown by… We’re thrilled to have supported the majority of our clients for most of this time and we’re also happy to continually welcome newcomers too.
While on a lovely little jaunt to the west country and beyond to visit, amongst others, the team at Hedgerow Cordials, members of the Loud Ladybird team took a moment to visit the stunning Eden Project in Cornwall.
We just love these Mexican tiles and wanted to share them – we’ve just had them installed and boy do they brighten things up!
If the idea of a blog for your business sounds good but you’re not sure where to start then perhaps we can help… We call it “blog fog” when businesses haven’t the foggiest how to establish and populate a blog, or feel lost when coming up with ideas for what will make worthwhile content.
Providing inspiration, interest and sometimes increasing one’s vocabulary – the Loud Ladybird team love A Word A Day, a free subscription that the New York Times dubbed: “The most welcomed, most enduring piece of daily mass email in cyberspace”.
The team at Loud Ladybird wants to wish everyone a very Happy New Year – may 2016 be a good’un!
It’s perhaps a sign of the times that the word “emoji” has been dubbed Word of the Year for 2015 by Oxford Dictionaries.
At Loud Ladybird, we’re always into sharing tips and ideas that we think are genuinely brilliant so if you want to go paperless then consider the powerful combination of Scannable and Evernote…
The team at Loud Ladybird is delighted to welcome a new team member, who is providing wonderful support with social media, marketing and PR campaigns as well as turning a hand to web design too – perfect!
We love spices – the look and taste of them! So, as subscribers of the most amazing recipe kits, we wanted to share a link to The Spicery – such a great offering from a friendly bunch who really know their stuff when it comes to dishes from across the world.
The team at Loud Ladybird has genuinely had to take a breath after discovering this fascinating article about our place in the universe – namely 26 Pictures Will Make You Re-Evaluate Your Entire Existence.
Some Pinterest users might have come across the idea of a “Pin twin” or possibly even received a notification about a potential “Pin twin” in their midst….
The British Library has taken the pretty incredible step of releasing over a million historic illustrations into the public domain via Flick'r – they were originally included with in 17th, 18th and 19th century books. The Loud Ladybird team just felt this was a genuinely interesting project so happy to share!