Hellotank is an independent digital design studio based in between Bristol and Cardiff. Specialising in design and development for web and mobile, we create beautiful, engaging, and above all, functional digital experiences.
In a constantly changing and often confusing digital age, the web can be a daunting place to try and compete. Hellotank will guide you through the design and development process in a way that’s clear and relevant.
We push the boundaries with what’s technically achievable to make sure you get the solution that’s right for you, not just a prefabricated template. At Hellotank we pride ourselves on balancing great usablity with beautiful visuals, ensuring the best possible cross platform user experience. The result will be a stunning web presence that reflects the spirit and nature of your organisation and helps you stand out in a crowded market place.
In today’s climate, it pays to be flexible. That’s why Hellotank pull together a team of tried and tested experts in their field, depending on the size and nature of the project. This means we can assemble the perfect team for the job with no dead weight – and no project managers playing Chinese whispers between the briefing and design.
Hellotank have worked with clients of all shapes and sizes, from SMEs, charities and independent arts organisations through to global Blue chip companies.
Award winning designer (D&AD ‘Best New Blood’) Tom is the founder and creative director of Hellotank. Tom has over a decade of commercial experience, specialising in design for web and digital, and working with clients worldwide.
He started his career at seewhatyoumean.co.uk where he was an integral part of the team that won an ‘FWA Site of the day’ award for the Broadband Wales campaign. He spent a further 3.5 years honing his digital skills at innivo.com before setting up Hellotank in 2008.
Tom has worked with clients ranging from start ups, charities and SMEs to large organisations such as American Express, EADS, BT and NHS. He has excellent ongoing working relationships with design agencies in the South West region.
An award winning writer (Guardian Travel Writing Special Edition: Runner Up, Wales Blog Awards: Best Sports Blog), Katherine has worked with clients small and large from independent artists and start ups, to the Guardian and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (RWCMD).
Katherine has 10 years experience of producing creative copy for marketing and press/PR. She writes for web and print, and can design and deliver strategic social media plans.