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A bioluminescent jellyfish takes centre stage on the new Bonfire website. Text in image: "Bonfire: The Digital Performance Agency. Specialists in search. Experts in digital marketing. Differentiated by our depth of data."

Congratulations, Bonfire!

17 September 2019

Bonfire, the most decorated SEO agency in WA, launched their brand new website last week and we were honoured to help bring it to life. It’s been a long and intricate collaboration between our teams, and we’re proud to celebrate alongside them.

When we first met the Bonfire crew in 2012, they were already the best in show. They meant every word when they talked strategy, smarts and, most importantly, the human touch. Our first collaboration — their first website — marked the beginning of an exciting relationship.

We’ve all come a long way since then. This new digital presence, a big shift from the cheeky retro Bonfire of old, reflects the company’s maturity as a brand and their ongoing evolution as the best in the business.

Collage of work-in-progress design elements for the new Bonfire website

The power of a connection is more than the sum of its parts. Over the years, we’ve worked together on clients from around Australia, from big names like ABN Group to startups like The Mindful Life. This highly collaborative relationship extracts the best from both worlds — digital creative and digital marketing — with two agencies doing what they do best, and achieving results beyond what a full-service outfit can deliver.

We’re incredibly proud of the work achieved across both organisations, through highly talented in-house teams and a combined pursuit of excellence. We’re looking forward to more amazing collaborations in the years to come.

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