Manchester-based app development business Dreamr has invested £25,000 into a rebrand through design agency Noir.

The deal includes a new website designed to showcase its digital talents, communicate its values and attract new clients. 

“We pride ourselves on creating incredibly visual looks for our apps, and spend a lot of time making sure they look perfect,” said CEO Mylo Kaye.

“With that in mind, we needed our new branding to support our fresh-thinking approach and our values, so site visitors could understand our story and our passion.

 “It can be hard to sum up a company’s ethos visually, but we feel that our new branding and website better reflect Dreamr’s brand personality and disruptive attitude to traditional business.”

Based on St. James Square in the city centre, Dreamr creates mobile apps for iOS and Android for entrepreneurs, scale-up businesses and enterprises.

The company has made waves in recent months with its bold approach for a number of high profile clients including Manchester University. The agency developed a pioneering app that helps students to find placements and jobs. 

 As well as creating slick apps that utilise new and exciting technologies, the company also invests in its staff wellbeing, and pledges 10 per cent of its time to self-development and giving back to the local community by volunteering.  

It also recently signed an employer pledge with Time to Change, the social movement run by charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness.

 The business was created by self-confessed tech geek Kaye in 2014 and is on course to turn over £1m by next month.

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