MULTI award-winning creative and design studios Brightbulb Design has moved to new larger offices in Wootton Bridge.

They have moved to accommodate their growing team — and growing demand for their services from businesses across the Isle of Wight and UK.

More than 100 guests attended a summer barbecue reception, held at the new East Quay offices, to celebrate the move, see the new base and meet the new members of the team.

The offices include a large team hub space with bespoke lighting rigs and wallpaper graphics, while the meeting room has a grass lawn and audio visual system where clients can meet to review concepts and designs with the team in creative comfort.

There is also a separate ‘creative lab’, an inspirational room for the team to brainstorm ideas away from the main office.

The office is fitted with the latest mac suite as well as WightFibre's new gigabit broadband technology, ensuring that Brightbulb can work more quickly and efficiently than before for their clients.

Matt Jeffery, founder and creative head, said: “This is a massive milestone in Brightbulb’s history and it’s great that it comes just a month shy of our fifth birthday.

"We have come a long way in those five years and this new office space futureproofs us in so many ways for years to come.

"We have recently taken on a new full-time designer and also a developer with more than 30 years’ experience in the industry.

"This is a great dynamic space for the team to grow further. It’s all about creativity and thinking out of the box.

"I believe this new office is unique and reflects our creating the perfect creative environment for our team to flourish for our clients."

Brightbulb is the creative partner of choice for many of the Island’s most successful companies, including AJ Wells and Sons, Tapnell Farm, IFPL, PC Consultants and Lifeline.

The company is also well-known off the Island through its work with Sherbet London, most recently working on campaigns for Linked In, Pretty Little Things, In the Style and Nasty Gal.

Fiona Jeffery, head of happiness, said: "We are so pleased with everyone’s reactions to the new offices. We are getting businesses popping over from the mainland and they are really excited to see what we are doing.

"People have commented it has a London design agency feel to the space.”