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Another year comes to a close.

Well what a year it has been. Many a twist and turn, lots of highs and some lows but all good fun.
We try to publish a new Urban 3D website once a year to keep everything fresh, but time has passed quickly this year due to client commitments, and to our horror we realised our last web overhaul was in 2011! Yikes!

We are delighted to have launched our brand new site. The team pulled all the stops out and delivered the site from concept to completion in just under a month.

A year of diversity

This year brought a very diverse mix of work which included, property design work & KBB CGI work, hospitality industry brand design and even some interactive design work for The Beatles. It really was a mixed bag and on many occasions took us well out of our comfort zone, but a break from the norm is always welcomed. Not only was the work diverse but the locations equally varied – the world truly is getting much smaller.

Ireland, UK and beyond

We have found ourselves expanding well beyond our shores, delivering CGI work for Visa Centres in Russia, Property Marketing for Chalets in the Swiss Alps, Architectural Visualisation for a Hotel In Africa, KBB CGI for Masters Home Improvements in Australia and Brochure Design for a Californian mansion.

All made possible by our continuous efforts to build our channels and international reach through digital platforms. We will continue to push forward and establish our business in the UK market with one eye pointing towards the German furniture manufacturing industry.

Talent & youth

Throughout 2014 we have been amazed at the standard of graduates coming out of our local Universities and thankfully managed to recruit a number of highly skilled individuals. Throughout 2015 we will continue to liaise closely with our Universities to try and develop courses that give graduates the skills needed to meet current creative market demands.

Exciting times ahead, and we look forward to working with you in 2015.

Warm Regards,
Paul