We are #SMENorthants Finalists!

Put the champagne on ice, start the car and let the good times roll…. we were delighted to hear this morning that Jump has been named a finalist for the Northamptonshire SME Awards 2017! Shortlisted in the Service Excellence category, we’re happier than a three year-old riding a tricycle while eating ice cream and jelly […]

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5 communications lessons from the General Election

Few events capture a country like a general election. The degree to which a party or politician can communicate their message to voters goes a long way to deciding who wins – both locally and nationally. A thesis could be written on politics in the UK over the past two years – but to keep […]

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#MyVoice Week

Voice is a free, confidential support service for anyone affected by crime in Northamptonshire. Unfortunately, only a minority of people choose to access support services having been affected by crime, while many people don’t know they exist. Having recently built a new suite of websites for the four Voice brands, Jump were challenged by Voice […]

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Launching the new Northamptonshire Police & Crime Plan

We were guests of Guilsborough Academy yesterday (Wednesday, 8th February) as we helped the Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner launch the county’s new Police & Crime Plan 2017-2021: Making Northamptonshire Safer. As well as designing the document – which features an emphasis on graphical content in order to make it more accessible to all audiences […]

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New Inspire2Enterprise Website Launched

We’re delighted to launch the new Inspire2Enterprise website this morning following our engagement in September last year. Tasked with simplifying navigation while creating a bright, bold, engaging site, Jump delighted the client with our fresh design, which utilises changing background images to create a vibrant atmosphere. Following the success of our work, Jump is excited […]

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Big brands, small service

By Steve Walsh I was fortunate enough to be in Beijing seven years ago, where our English guide then native to China made eating arrangements clear with a sound piece of advice: ‘only ever eat in the back street restaurants – the hotels will be the worst meal you eat here’. ‘Eh?’, was my reaction. […]

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