We’re a design agency, based in Farnham Surrey, with a passion for creating beautiful, bespoke designs for websites and print.
When Farnham based web and print design agency Pelling was launched in 1981, we set out to provide clients with a service that was second to none. 35 years later and we still assure clients are offered a superior, more economical service than our competitors provide.
Maintaining client satisfaction at all times, we can enhance the relationship you have with your customer by delivering a wide range of quality marketing services from logo and literature design, website design and build to fully managed html email campaigns, point of sale and exhibitions. Pelling manage each of these projects right through from concept to end product, entirely in house.
Our experienced creative team strive to build on the values that we believe matter - good value, high quality design and marketing.
For most businesses nowadays having a website is crucial to remaining competitive in an increasingly online market. Having a site with intuitive and impressive design means the difference between a good website and a great website. We build great websites.Read more
Businesses often undervalue the importance of graphic design, and it ends up on the back burner. But a good design can mean the difference between success and failure, it is the visual representation of your brand to the world, as such it is pivotal that it represent your values and the personality of your business.Read more
With the level of online presence what it is, any business that doesn’t carry out some form of marketing online is missing a key opportunity; currently 89% of consumers research products online before committing to a purchase. This behaviour translates to services as well as consumer products; potential customers will most likely attempt to find a business online before contacting them.Read more
If we were to take a look at our personal online browsing habits, it's easy to see just how far we have evolved since the early days of the internet. The smartphones in our pockets now have more processing power than the large desktop computers that ...