When Digital Gas was merely a glint in the eye, there were typesetting workshops still operational in the streets of London's Shoreditch and Old Street. Well, not actually in the streets, but you know what I mean…
In less than a decade I went from running the news desk at The NME, where the ink practically ran off the paper and onto your hands, to becoming part of the first wave of online content creators in the late 90s. I worked for a broadband broadcaster, before broadband was even available. Anyone spot what was wrong with that particular business plan?
The long and short of it is that Digital Gas is just as happy working on digital magazines as on printed paper.
Launching #5, a digital magazine published by footballer Rio Ferdinand (pictured), was nothing short of a drop-everything frenzy of activity.
Editing the 2011 Wales View travel brochure for the Welsh Government, on the other hand, required structure, good communication and an understanding of the way things work in the public sector.
Digital Gas delivers comprehensive editorial services. It develops content strategies and production schedules. Above all, it delivers great editorial that engages with the target audience.
Have a look at the past glories section of the site for further evidence of Digital Gas' credentials.