About Project 404

Project 404 is a Scottish web design agency based in Grantown on Spey, a scenic Highland town sited within the Cairngorms National Park, halfway between Aviemore and Inverness. For the past fifteen years we have been known as Wazoo Design and Development. An expansion in the range of services we now offer, along with a change in premises, has motivated a change in name – and so now we are Project 404.

Project 404 is a collective, a collaboration, a coming together of a group of digital media experts, encompassing a wide range of industry expertise, who all share a common ethos about the way we work and the high quality service we provide. Here at Project 404 we want to demystify the whole digital media experience.

We don’t baffle our clients with technical jargon and we don’t offer a one size fits all solution. We learn about your business, develop a solid understanding of your digital media requirements, and work with you to make sure we build the perfect website for you and your customers.

If you are a small to medium sized business looking to make more of your web visibility then Project 404 we can help. Our clients range from local businesses like hotels and distilleries to sporting estates and environmental organisations. We also work for larger groups such as charities, advocacy groups and international union organisations.

We are very proud of our excellent reputation for quality and innovation and the strong relationship we build with our clients. If you would like to discuss a project with us please call 07795 617514

Project 404 are:

Tim Rogers: Web and Development

Tim has been designing, building and consulting on website design since the early days of the internet. He has worked for some of the UK's leading design agencies working on projects for M&S, Barclays, The Post Office, BP, Macmillan Nurses, Guide Dogs for the Blind, and the Food Standards Agency. Since moving to the Highlands he has worked with smaller businesses and organisations helping them maximise their online profile. Tim has a BA and MA from the University of Durham. He is also a very good drummer and capable bass player.

Recent projects: Gordon Castle Scotland | Murdochs Solicitors | Weiroch Lodge

James Roberts: Copywriting

James is an experienced writer and over the past twenty years has been published on subjects as diverse as history, economics and transport policy. He has extensive experience of providing copy for the arts and entertainment industries across Scotland. James has a First Class Honours Degree and Ph.D in History from the University of Worcester. When he is not writing clear and persuasive copy, James is rumoured to write humorous novels and terribly witty radio scripts.

Recent projects: Dalnashague Hotel | The Lodge on the Loch

Helen Nasrat: Marketing and Social Media

Helen has been working in marketing and communications for over nine years and her client list includes arts organisations, charities, the hospitality sector and luxury goods manufacturers. She specializes in digital communication management, public relations and brand management. She has also been known to turn her hand to graphic design and plays a mean flute. Helen has a degree in Music from Cardiff University and a Masters degree in Arts Management from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Recent projects: Chilcott UK | Inver Models

Justin DeSyllas: Print and brochure design

Justin's design career began in the early 90s with a company specialising in work for theatres and the arts. In 1997 he joined Synergy, a design agency that pioneered ethical design for the not-for-profit sector. While there, he worked on huge range of projects from magazines and annual reports to corporate identities and media campaigns. And, as one of their senior designers, led projects for clients as diverse as Channel 4 and Amnesty International. In 2004 he left Synergy and set up Frisbee Creative, establishing a number of collaborative working partnerships with specialist organisations such as Project 404 where he has worked on projects for the Dowans Hotel, Aberlour Visitors Association and the Scottish charity Paths For All

Recent projects: Paths for all: Footnotes Magazine | About Aberlour Visitors Guide

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