Crazy Like A Fox

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Our New Website is Coming – Please Bear With Us…

Posted on | August 19, 2012 | Comments Off on Our New Website is Coming – Please Bear With Us…

Our new corporate website is coming along nicely – but slowly (we always give higher priority to completing our client’s communications pieces over our own – hence the delay).

Our corporate blog will also be revamped very shortly. Our portfolio section in particular needs a revamp as it is currently showing its age. We will be taking it down shortly for this very reason, to be replaced by a more recent and comprehensive version once our corporate site is completed. Please bear with us in the interim.

We will however continue to post blog updates on this site in its current format for now.

If you have any queries for us, or wish to see more recent examples of our work , we invite you to email us directly.

All new business enquiries should be directed solely to Shannon, our creative director. His email is listed on our home page.

Thank you for your ongoing patience.

Kind regards,

Your favourite Crazy & Foxy Admin.


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    This is the personal blog of Shannon Woodbury, a creative brand communications and IT consultant based out of Perth Western Australia. This blog explores the subjects of creativity, communications and technology in general, and all the consequences and challenges they entail.

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