Ilkeston digital agency Fifteen has been praised for coming up with an award winning formula for designing a new website and prospectus for Solihull Sixth Form College, helping them to make the grade.
The brainchild of Ollie Piddubriwnyj, Armstrongs Mill-based Fifteen was chosen out of a number of agencies to work with the college last month, making it the 714th educational project for the team.
Beverley Bishop, marketing co-ordinator at the college, said: “Working with Fifteen has been great from a creative point of view. They have taken time to get to know what kind of college we are and what our philosophy and ethos is like. We are delighted that this has been replicated in the design they have created for both the website and prospectus.
“They are reactive to our needs, and we now have a new look which appeals to both parents and students. We also now have a website that is truly mobile compatible.”
Fifteen has so far worked on websites and design projects for 25 schools, colleges and universities, fast making a name for itself in the education sector. The company is also creating the advertising for Nottingham High School and designed Ashfield School’s prospectus.
Ollie said: “At a time where online presence is at its most desirable it’s really exciting to work with like-minded and forward thinking individuals that are receptive to innovation.”
Fifteen have won awards for its work with schools, including a Hermes Creative Award for the recent work it did on website and campus signage for Ellis Guilford School in Nottingham
The Hermes award – which recognises industry leading creative professionals – was presented to Fifteen as a result of the company’s work earlier this year in developing a bespoke new website for Ellis Guilford.
The aim of the new website was to appeal to young tech-savvy adults and reflect the school’s modern, fresh approach to education.

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