Topaz Digital Media are specialists in cross-channel marketing solutions. Our background is firmly based in print, web, broadcast television and live events. It is this diverse and wide ranging experience that gives us a unique advantage in the marketplace.
Video is becoming an increasingly important medium, especially now online, from broadcast commercials to You Tube clips. Topaz has the facilities to tackle any video brief to the highest standard. With the advent of online video the web has become a viable channel for delivering the message to a wider audience. At Topaz we can both produce and deliver highly focused and professional video direct to your site utilising the latest in HTML5 standards ensuring that even mobile devices and tablets can see your video.
Live events have become more technically advanced in recent years as projection technology has evolved. Topaz has many years experience in the live event arena and has produced video and graphics for blue chip clients such as HMV, Boat International, Penguin Books, BAFTA and Orange. Taking clients Powerpoint and converting it into beautiful on screen graphics is our speciality.
Web design and development has evolved quickly over the last few years and we at Topaz have kept up with the curve. Standards compliant websites that are SEO optimised comes as standard from us. We can provide an end to end solution including hosting, Email, FTP, content management, as well as the design itself. To top that off we can also setup and manage social networks and You Tube channels to ensure your site is maximising it’s exposure across the web.
At the core of all we do lies graphic design. At Topaz we pride ourselves on consistent, quality design in all that we do. Our experience in print design allows us to utilise all the advancements available to us and our relationship with our printers allows us to get the perfect finish we strive for every time. With the advent of PDF brochures for emails we apply all that experience to the digital domain and utilise any new developments that may arise, such as embedded video in PDF files.