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New look ClinkClink!

Published on Tuesday, 19th September 2017, contributed by ClinkClink

Hello, we’re ClinkClink!

Bristol events agency ClinkClink reveals a new brand identity and website at

The distinctive ‘C’ icon has been simplified and the font refined to give the ClinkClink brand a look that feels both modern and playful.

A pared-back colour palette of black, white and grey is given an edge with the addition of a punchy orange accent, and the website boasts a clean aesthetic with strong imagery, an intuitive user interface and simple language.

The updated look is the result of an extensive design and creative process supported by Graeme Swinton at Actually Studio and graphic designer Ro Atkins.

ClinkClink Managing Director Tim Ball said:

“One of the things we tried to keep in mind throughout the rebranding process was that ClinkClink should feel professional but still accessible—sophisticated but with a fun side. As soon as we’d got that sorted, we set about translating our vision to the website: making sure to keep the focus on great photos, ease of use and straightforward messaging. It's been a really fun process figuring out how we want to present ourselves to the world and we’re delighted we finally get to share it!”

With ClinkClink heading into a busy autumn season of events and conferences, the website launch is a perfect opportunity to demonstrate the skills and expertise that the team has to offer.

You can view the site at And if you've got a project or event you'd like to discuss, we'd love to hear from you.

Further information:

ClinkClink is an events agency. We design, produce and manage conferences, awards ceremonies, product launches and more for agencies and brands. We've been in business for over a decade and are full-service, which means we can do as little or as much as you need—whether that's creative content, project management, technical production, manufacture, staffing or logistics support. Our clients include LVMH, Starbucks, Herman Miller, Bristol Airport, ATP, Omnicom and Bray Leino.