bwd creative interpreters Lancashire 2013
bwd creative interpreters Lancashire 2013

365 days, 32 blog posts, a new full-time team member and plenty of exciting projects lined up for 2014; we are very proud

What an amazing year 2013 was! It is hard to believe it’s already 2014 and before we zoom ahead with more creative projects we wanted to pause a little and reflect on the past year’s project successes.  Along the way we have covered many of the key projects in our blog posts and have been really chuffed to see our viewing statistics rise. Thanks to all our readers, who continue to come back every week to find out what is going on in the world of bwd, we really appreciate your support!

bwd Lancashire. 2013 statistics

Wow! 8,700 views. How many will we get in 2014?

In 2013 we published blog posts covering local design news, business updates from bwd and some exclusive project insights. December 9th 2013 was this blogs busiest day of the year with a staggering 574 views in just 24 hours!

Our most popular posts of 2013

1 Christmas Crackers – December 2013
2 Ice Cream Saturday – July 2013
3 Bond babes and T-shirts – August 2013
4 Blackpool Tower’s New Look – April 2013
5 Project Paperclip – March 2013

On top of all the writing and blog posting last year we also uploaded 421 pictures! That’s a lot of pictures! We plan  to upload more this year too as we love sharing with you what we are up to.

Thanks for sticking by us. We are ‘really chuffed’ that you enjoy reading about our projects. If you have any bwd blog favourites, we would love to hear from you…

Happy New Year all and here’s to a fantastic year ahead!

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