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- Keillors go to the movies!!
- Angus College Open All Hours, thanks to Keillor’s
- Angus Open Studios Art Promotion
- Ferguson Oliver Sponsors Board, is just like TV
- Keillor Graphics Welcomes Arbroath Round Table
- Keillor Graphics joins Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce
- Keillor’s roll out Shop front designs for well known Forfar Baker
- Wardhaugh - Property shop in Arbroath
- MTC Look to Brand Office Space with New Identity
- DJ Laing New Corporate Website Gets Closer to Launch
- Woodhead and Sons
- Distinctive Livery! Arbroath Fisheries new van
- Ramsay Access new website - now live!
- Craigiebank News
- Lulu’s Website, now live!
- Coming soon: Ramsay Access new website
- Ramsay Access new vehicle
- AD Platers new web site - coming soon!
- Taylors Auctions Rooms signs
- Alex Carswell
- Kerrs Recovery Service vehicle
- Tay Road bridge Joint Board pick up truck
- St. Andrews University, Accommodation Facility
- Yvonne’s of Dundee shope signs
- Pert House Furnishings specialist Beds department
- Dundee United Football Club driving Nissan
- Ian Smith Builders truck
- The Glencadam Distillery completed
- Gillies store signs, Montrose
- The Glencadam Distillery
- The Yaird Showroom van
- Links Golf Tours St. Andrews
- Wardhaugh Property
- Gorilla Corrosion
- North Street Chip Shop, Forfar
- Technip UK, Pulse displays
- Yvonne’s of Dundee
- Kingspark School remembrance plaque
- Arbroath Engineering busy through recession!
- Beattie Glazing
- TTI Testing
- Kennedy Care group
- M&M Spink new van
- RT. McEwan - New Logo/ID new look and new website
- Lulu’s, Maggie Lobban is doing very well with the new stylish shop in Broughty Ferry!
Keillors go to the movies!!
Keillor Graphics have now added Digital WebVideo Production to their portfolio of marketing services. The first WebVideo Production created by the company was to promote their vehicle livery production and takes the viewer through the complete process, from storyboard right through to the finished liveried vehicle. Keillor’s WebVideo uses some clever time lapse photography to speed up the process of applying the vinyl to the vehicle to show the process in its entirety in minutes rather than hours. The WebVideo has a sound track running in the background and although no voiceover was used on the Keillor’s production, a male or female voiceover can be added and even a famous voice if budget allows – everything is possible!