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We're hiring!!
(Backend Developer)

Posted by Stephen

Do you live and breathe code? Have a passion for modern web development? Climb have an exciting opportunity to recruit a backend web developer to join our passionate team and help deliver a vast [] of projects.

Hello, Paul Hall, welcome to Climb!

Posted by Climb Creative

Code, polar bears, Donald Duck, cookies and paint balling. A quick chat with the newest member of the Climb team, Paul.

A new month. A new site goes live!

Posted by Climb Creative

Internationally renowned stage hypnotist, Robert Temple, approached us for a succinct re-brand and new website.
Robert wanted to encapsulate the energy, mystery and class of his live stage performances into an immersive web experience.

Stock images vs real photography, and something in between.

Posted by Climb Creative

A picture is worth a thousand words. We're all familiar with this expression, but if a picture, any picture, is worth a thousand words, then how many words is a high quality, bespoke picture worth?

Do you need a copywriter?

Posted by Chris

Short answer: Yes. That’s why we work closely with the writers at Blackad on many of our projects. Long answer: It’s complicated. I’ll let them explain why...

An introspective look at rebranding.

Posted by Climb Creative

As designers, doing work for ourselves is one of the hardest, but most rewarding tasks there is. And so it proved when we decided to rebrand ourselves here at Climb...

Winner, winner, RAR Digital Awards Dinner!

Posted by Chris

Last night Climb scooped the RAR Digital Award for 'Usability' (under 40 staff), at the annual award ceremony held at the Sheraton Grand Hotel, London.

What does SEO ready mean?

Posted by Ben

SEO or search engine optimisation is the act of attempting to increase your search engine rankings. A lot of factors go into how you're placed within search engine results, and Atlas will give you the tool to enable you to have the best opportunity to do so.

When servers and traffic lights meet.

Posted by Stephen

What's the most in-your-face way to know that there is a problem with your servers? Why a traffic light of course! We built a custom Arduino powered traffic light to monitor all of our websites and servers. Find out how.