We started with a crawl which quickly evolved into a stumble, then we were walking and now we're rushing about with no regard for our own safety. We are six years old!
At the end of September Electric Putty celebrated it's sixth birthday. 2004 seems a long time ago now; it was a world with no Facebook, no Flickr and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind was on at the pictures.
After a couple of marvellous years down under we moved to Brighton and started working out of a small back bedroom. We concentrated with the area we knew well and soon established our reputation as first class suppliers to the third sector. The work continued to flow and it wasn't long before we got some silverware under our belt, winning the 2006 Jodi award for Web Excellence on a Low Budget with Speaking Volumes and then we were double winners at the 2007 SCIP winning Best Charity Site and the Accessibility Award for Amaze.
The last 12 months have been our best and busiest yet; we've been working on some really exciting projects and growing from two to three full time staff with the arrival of Rob Hodges, our front-end ninja. We've also extended our trusted network of partners and have and the pleasure of working with some of the best designers and developers in Brighton.
It's an emotional moment (you know, it genuinely is) and we'd like to say a huge thank you to all the people we have had the pleasure of working with over the last six years. We've come a long way, we've learnt a lot and we're as passionate and excited about the web as ever.
Here's to the next six.
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