About Us

History

Umuzi is to be a creative marketing agency with a difference. Today people are bombarded with so many popup online busineses, often it is hard to distinguish good brand’s or companies. Umuzi’s goal is to help put the people back at the heart of the business or brand, for as we know, people buy from people and his can be difficult in a virtual world.   How Umuzi proposes to achieve this and set itself apart from other creative marketing agencies is by branding or rebranding companies by developing the brand through focus groups and field research. Umuzi will analyze the information gathered, to inform it’s brand marketing and help the Umuzi team to develop a company brand that is inkeeping with today’s technological trends.   That mean’s, Umuzi’s branding or rebranding of a company will target not only audience’s online, but will have visual impact in our everyday environment also (company dependent!). Google+

Focus

Umuzi Creative marketing agency will be a team of forward thinking individuals who are keyed in to up to date social trends. They will have skillsets that enable them collectively as the Umuzi team, to achieve branding or rebranding of companies to help give companies new cutting edge technologies to enable their success in today’s difficult global market.   Umuzi will help companies stand apart from their competitors through brilliant interactive eye catching design.  Key areas that are to define Umuzi as a company are our team with our up to date technological skill sets. The Umuzi team will collectively offer the following services: company branding and logos, signage, video, responsive web design, mobile applications, Search Engine Optimization(SEO), animation, infographics, PDF’s, booklet’s and ebooks. Our target audience are all businesses, all sectors. Umuzi will employ people with design, digital media, computer programming, marketing and social media skills and will be located in Letterkenny. Umuzi services will be offered both locally and internationally. Umuzi is a company created in response to worldwide global technological development.

Our skills

Creative
100%
Marketing
96%
Determination
100%
Technology
90%
Love our Job
100%



Creative Business Solutions

Umuzi is a Trans-media company specializing in R&D, Web, Video, App development and NEW technologies. As the markets are changing we believe you need to adapt with the changes.

Email Info(@)umuzi.eu

Services

R&D

Research and Development is done in house to find the best results for your company

DEVELOPMENT

Our highly trained team is at the cutting edge of Technology to get your company the Best results

FOCUS GROUPS

By using this focus group We find out what does and does not work. As it's all about the Audience.

Portfolio

Human

An information booklet aimed at raising awareness among local HSE and voluntary service providers that human trafficking is a crime which can take place anywhere, including rural areas such as Donegal, was launched in Letterkenny on Monday.

This local information booklet is called “The Truth about Human Trafficking: A guide to the issue of Human Trafficking for Service Providers in Co Donegal.”

It provides a readable, concise overview of the issue of human trafficking, along with contact information of both local and national, statutory and community organisations.

Statutory and voluntary services can be the first point of contact for potential victims of trafficking. It is important that service providers are alert to this issue and are able to recognise, respond and report or refer any concerns appropriately.

The booklet was compiled by the Human Trafficking Working Group, an interagency partnership with members representing organisations such as the HSE, An Garda Siochána, Letterkenny Women’s Centre, Donegal Domestic Violence Service, Donegal Sexual Abuse & Rape Crisis Centre, Nexus and National Collective of community-based Women’s Network-Donegal Women’s Network.

Kieran Doherty, General Manager, HSE Donegal who launched the booklet said, “The information booklet is excellent. It should be used as a template for the rest of the country as it would be a valuable resource for frontline staff”.

Speakers at the launch included Gerardine Rowley, Policy & Communications Manager from Ruhama, representatives from An Garda Siochána and Aibhlin O’Leary from the immigrant Council of Ireland. Information stands represented several local and national organisations, and a sample of artwork from the booklet by Saif Modawi was also on display. The sponsors for the publication of the booklet were Letterkenny Women’s Centre.

In addition to producing this information booklet, the working group have previously organised presentations for both the clinical society in Letterkenny and local General Practitioners in the Donegal Town area. The group plan further events in Co Donegal, to continue to raise awareness of the issue of human trafficking.

Further information and copies of the booklet can be obtained through the Letterkenny Women’s Centre, Port Road, Letterkenny, Tel 074 9124985, email womenscentrelkenny@eircom.net or Community Health Advisor, HSE Isaac Butt House, Ballybofey. Tel 074 9189044, email catherinej.brown@hse.ie

The booklet is available on the HSE website at the following link:

http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/news/Launch_of_%E2%80%9CThe_Truth_about_Human_Trafficking_A_guide_to_the_issue_of_Human_Trafficking_for_Service_Providers_in_Co_Donegal%E2%80%9D_.html

Trafficking

An information booklet aimed at raising awareness among local HSE and voluntary service providers that human trafficking is a crime which can take place anywhere, including rural areas such as Donegal, was launched in Letterkenny on Monday.

This local information booklet is called “The Truth about Human Trafficking: A guide to the issue of Human Trafficking for Service Providers in Co Donegal.”

It provides a readable, concise overview of the issue of human trafficking, along with contact information of both local and national, statutory and community organisations.

Statutory and voluntary services can be the first point of contact for potential victims of trafficking. It is important that service providers are alert to this issue and are able to recognise, respond and report or refer any concerns appropriately.

The booklet was compiled by the Human Trafficking Working Group, an interagency partnership with members representing organisations such as the HSE, An Garda Siochána, Letterkenny Women’s Centre, Donegal Domestic Violence Service, Donegal Sexual Abuse & Rape Crisis Centre, Nexus and National Collective of community-based Women’s Network-Donegal Women’s Network.

Kieran Doherty, General Manager, HSE Donegal who launched the booklet said, “The information booklet is excellent. It should be used as a template for the rest of the country as it would be a valuable resource for frontline staff”.

Speakers at the launch included Gerardine Rowley, Policy & Communications Manager from Ruhama, representatives from An Garda Siochána and Aibhlin O’Leary from the immigrant Council of Ireland. Information stands represented several local and national organisations, and a sample of artwork from the booklet by Saif Modawi was also on display. The sponsors for the publication of the booklet were Letterkenny Women’s Centre.

In addition to producing this information booklet, the working group have previously organised presentations for both the clinical society in Letterkenny and local General Practitioners in the Donegal Town area. The group plan further events in Co Donegal, to continue to raise awareness of the issue of human trafficking.

Further information and copies of the booklet can be obtained through the Letterkenny Women’s Centre, Port Road, Letterkenny, Tel 074 9124985, email womenscentrelkenny@eircom.net or Community Health Advisor, HSE Isaac Butt House, Ballybofey. Tel 074 9189044, email catherinej.brown@hse.ie

The booklet is available on the HSE website at the following link:

http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/news/Launch_of_%E2%80%9CThe_Truth_about_Human_Trafficking_A_guide_to_the_issue_of_Human_Trafficking_for_Service_Providers_in_Co_Donegal%E2%80%9D_.html

Responsive Web Design

Project:

RCC Website

Brief:

Create a new identity and responsive website for the Regional Cultural Centre Letterkenny

Solution:

I wanted to create an contempory and modern website that has the feel of the Regional Cultural Centre Letterkenny. I felt strongly about having an audio player in the website so that custemors can view the art, but at the same time heard voice recordings from the artist or art consolants

RCC Logo

Project:

RCC Logo

Brief:

Create a new identity and responsive website for the Regional Cultural Centre Letterkenny

Solution:

I wanted to create an contempory and modern website that has the feel of the Regional Cultural Centre Letterkenny. I felt strongly about having an audio player in the website so that custemors can view the art, but at the same time heard voice recordings from the artist or art consolants

Vimeo video content

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DCM – Show the emotion of film

Creative Challenge

Create a 25 second ident for Digital Cinema Media (DCM)and fill it with your creative interpretation of the true power of cinema. You will need to visualise emotion, literally showing how film feels.

The DCM ident is one of the first and last things that people see when going to watch a film.
It needs to set the scene and have an impact. Something that illustrates and celebrates the emotion we all feel when we take our seats and enter the magical world of the movies.

Go BIG – big concepts, big ideas, big executions. Something authentic, genuine and extraordinary to make the big screen come to life before the eyes of cinemagoers.
Turn your great ideas into screen icons.

Additional Prize

On top of all the other benefits of winning, this brief has something extra up for grabs. The chance that your work could be put into production and seen in cinemas.*

* Brief specific prizes are subject to the decision of the brand. Prizes are open to winners at any level.

To help you answer this brief, listen to our interview with the client below.

Human Trafficking Booklet

An information booklet aimed at raising awareness among local HSE and voluntary service providers that human trafficking is a crime which can take place anywhere, including rural areas such as Donegal, was launched in Letterkenny on Monday.

This local information booklet is called “The Truth about Human Trafficking: A guide to the issue of Human Trafficking for Service Providers in Co Donegal.”

It provides a readable, concise overview of the issue of human trafficking, along with contact information of both local and national, statutory and community organisations.

Statutory and voluntary services can be the first point of contact for potential victims of trafficking. It is important that service providers are alert to this issue and are able to recognise, respond and report or refer any concerns appropriately.

The booklet was compiled by the Human Trafficking Working Group, an interagency partnership with members representing organisations such as the HSE, An Garda Siochána, Letterkenny Women’s Centre, Donegal Domestic Violence Service, Donegal Sexual Abuse & Rape Crisis Centre, Nexus and National Collective of community-based Women’s Network-Donegal Women’s Network.

Kieran Doherty, General Manager, HSE Donegal who launched the booklet said, “The information booklet is excellent. It should be used as a template for the rest of the country as it would be a valuable resource for frontline staff”.

Speakers at the launch included Gerardine Rowley, Policy & Communications Manager from Ruhama, representatives from An Garda Siochána and Aibhlin O’Leary from the immigrant Council of Ireland. Information stands represented several local and national organisations, and a sample of artwork from the booklet by Saif Modawi was also on display. The sponsors for the publication of the booklet were Letterkenny Women’s Centre.

In addition to producing this information booklet, the working group have previously organised presentations for both the clinical society in Letterkenny and local General Practitioners in the Donegal Town area. The group plan further events in Co Donegal, to continue to raise awareness of the issue of human trafficking.

Further information and copies of the booklet can be obtained through the Letterkenny Women’s Centre, Port Road, Letterkenny, Tel 074 9124985, email womenscentrelkenny@eircom.net or Community Health Advisor, HSE Isaac Butt House, Ballybofey. Tel 074 9189044, email catherinej.brown@hse.ie

The booklet is available on the HSE website at the following link:

http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/news/Launch_of_%E2%80%9CThe_Truth_about_Human_Trafficking_A_guide_to_the_issue_of_Human_Trafficking_for_Service_Providers_in_Co_Donegal%E2%80%9D_.html

Front

An information booklet aimed at raising awareness among local HSE and voluntary service providers that human trafficking is a crime which can take place anywhere, including rural areas such as Donegal, was launched in Letterkenny on Monday.

This local information booklet is called “The Truth about Human Trafficking: A guide to the issue of Human Trafficking for Service Providers in Co Donegal.”

It provides a readable, concise overview of the issue of human trafficking, along with contact information of both local and national, statutory and community organisations.

Statutory and voluntary services can be the first point of contact for potential victims of trafficking. It is important that service providers are alert to this issue and are able to recognise, respond and report or refer any concerns appropriately.

The booklet was compiled by the Human Trafficking Working Group, an interagency partnership with members representing organisations such as the HSE, An Garda Siochána, Letterkenny Women’s Centre, Donegal Domestic Violence Service, Donegal Sexual Abuse & Rape Crisis Centre, Nexus and National Collective of community-based Women’s Network-Donegal Women’s Network.

Kieran Doherty, General Manager, HSE Donegal who launched the booklet said, “The information booklet is excellent. It should be used as a template for the rest of the country as it would be a valuable resource for frontline staff”.

Speakers at the launch included Gerardine Rowley, Policy & Communications Manager from Ruhama, representatives from An Garda Siochána and Aibhlin O’Leary from the immigrant Council of Ireland. Information stands represented several local and national organisations, and a sample of artwork from the booklet by Saif Modawi was also on display. The sponsors for the publication of the booklet were Letterkenny Women’s Centre.

In addition to producing this information booklet, the working group have previously organised presentations for both the clinical society in Letterkenny and local General Practitioners in the Donegal Town area. The group plan further events in Co Donegal, to continue to raise awareness of the issue of human trafficking.

Further information and copies of the booklet can be obtained through the Letterkenny Women’s Centre, Port Road, Letterkenny, Tel 074 9124985, email womenscentrelkenny@eircom.net or Community Health Advisor, HSE Isaac Butt House, Ballybofey. Tel 074 9189044, email catherinej.brown@hse.ie

The booklet is available on the HSE website at the following link:

http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/news/Launch_of_%E2%80%9CThe_Truth_about_Human_Trafficking_A_guide_to_the_issue_of_Human_Trafficking_for_Service_Providers_in_Co_Donegal%E2%80%9D_.html

RCC Website

Project:

Responsive Web Design

Brief:
Create a new identity and responsive website for the Regional Cultural Centre Letterkenny
Solution:

I wanted to create an contempory and modern website that has the feel of the Regional Cultural Centre Letterkenny. I felt strongly about having an audio player in the website so that custemors can view the art, but at the same time heard voice recordings from the artist or art consolants

Infographic

An information booklet aimed at raising awareness among local HSE and voluntary service providers that human trafficking is a crime which can take place anywhere, including rural areas such as Donegal, was launched in Letterkenny on Monday.

This local information booklet is called “The Truth about Human Trafficking: A guide to the issue of Human Trafficking for Service Providers in Co Donegal.”

It provides a readable, concise overview of the issue of human trafficking, along with contact information of both local and national, statutory and community organisations.

Statutory and voluntary services can be the first point of contact for potential victims of trafficking. It is important that service providers are alert to this issue and are able to recognise, respond and report or refer any concerns appropriately.

The booklet was compiled by the Human Trafficking Working Group, an interagency partnership with members representing organisations such as the HSE, An Garda Siochána, Letterkenny Women’s Centre, Donegal Domestic Violence Service, Donegal Sexual Abuse & Rape Crisis Centre, Nexus and National Collective of community-based Women’s Network-Donegal Women’s Network.

Kieran Doherty, General Manager, HSE Donegal who launched the booklet said, “The information booklet is excellent. It should be used as a template for the rest of the country as it would be a valuable resource for frontline staff”.

Speakers at the launch included Gerardine Rowley, Policy & Communications Manager from Ruhama, representatives from An Garda Siochána and Aibhlin O’Leary from the immigrant Council of Ireland. Information stands represented several local and national organisations, and a sample of artwork from the booklet by Saif Modawi was also on display. The sponsors for the publication of the booklet were Letterkenny Women’s Centre.

In addition to producing this information booklet, the working group have previously organised presentations for both the clinical society in Letterkenny and local General Practitioners in the Donegal Town area. The group plan further events in Co Donegal, to continue to raise awareness of the issue of human trafficking.

Further information and copies of the booklet can be obtained through the Letterkenny Women’s Centre, Port Road, Letterkenny, Tel 074 9124985, email womenscentrelkenny@eircom.net or Community Health Advisor, HSE Isaac Butt House, Ballybofey. Tel 074 9189044, email catherinej.brown@hse.ie

The booklet is available on the HSE website at the following link:

http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/news/Launch_of_%E2%80%9CThe_Truth_about_Human_Trafficking_A_guide_to_the_issue_of_Human_Trafficking_for_Service_Providers_in_Co_Donegal%E2%80%9D_.html

Umuzi have taking our business to the next level. Now Pearls & Swine is taken more seriously as a British milliner resulting in increased awareness of the brand, a better, more professional presentation of the designs, a mobile friendly website that is easier for customers to use. The Umuzi team gave us the skills to create online marketing strategies that work. For the 1st time in 7 years of business we feel we have a website that isn't a constant stress, we have total faith in Umuzi and intend to keep working with Umuzi for the foreseeable future. Very happy! www.pearlsandswine.com

Bink from Pearls & Swine

Umuzi has changed our company forever and has given our consumers the tools they need to make their life easier. We had a great working relationship with Umuzi Group.

Drysdale Electrical

As they exceeded our expectation in every way, we will happily be maintaining this working relationship for the foreseeable future. We wish them all the very best in the future.

Daniel Drysdale

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PearlsandSwine

We recently revamped Pearls & Swine

December 4, 2014 0 comments

We are proud to be part of this amazing website and to give it an amazing face lift. Following a competitive pitch, we’re proud to say that we’ve been chosen to design and build the new responsive website architecture for Pearls & Swine. ...

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Oscar nominated Documentary: The Kill Team

December 3, 2014 0 comments

Private Adam Winfield allows director Dan Krauss to use his point of view to understand the moral and emotional struggle young soldiers are faced with in battle in the Middle East. If you’ve seen one war doc, you’ve seen a million, but The Kill ...

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Oscar nominated Documentary: Jodorowsky’s Dune

December 3, 2014 0 comments

The tale of Jodorowsky and his Dune is a fascinating trip through creativity and imagination, a story about the relentless pursuit of a dream, and the necessity of art. In pre-production for over two years, the film was to star Jodorowsky's own 12-ye ...

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Oscar nominated Documentary: The Case Against 8

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The hit HBO documentary shook audiences last winter, resurfacing the injustice that occurred in the aftermath of California’s Proposition 8 provision, which stated that legally binding marriage can only be “between a man and a woman.” Direct ...

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Oscar nominated Documentary: Virunga

December 3, 2014 0 comments

Conservation is war In the forested depths of eastern Congo lies Virunga National Park, one of the most bio-diverse places in the world and home to the last of the mountain gorillas. Here, an embattled team of park rangers that includes an ex-chil ...

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Oscar nominated Documentary: Citizen Koch

December 3, 2014 0 comments

Filmmakers Carl Deal and Tia Lessin follow insiders of the Tea Party and their mysterious acquisitions to enormous amounts of campaign funds in this fascinating account. In the wake of the Supreme Court's landmark Citizens United decision, this fi ...

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Oscar nominated Documentary: The Internet’s Own Boy

December 3, 2014 0 comments

Chronicling the events leading up to as well as the aftermath of the suicide of Reddit co-founder, Aaron Swartz, who was blackmailed by the government for his information activism. The film follows the story of programming prodigy and information ...

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Optimizing After Effects on your Mac

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If you have a Good GPU (Graphics Card) on your Mac my not get the most, by using the Cuda cores and SSD Caching. If you have programs like After Effect or Premiere Pro to render you need to do this. If you can upgrade your GPU or have multiple GPU yo ...

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This is the most amazing drone we’ve seen yet

November 13, 2014 0 comments

First Look At DJI's New, Incredible Drone The Inspire One drone looks cool flying and offers a ton of new features, including a 360 degree camera that records in 4K. The Inspire One drone looks cool flying and offers a ton of new features, incl ...

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Arbor Skateboards :: James Kelly – Burn It Down

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwFek4V5aP4#t=160   THAT'S WHY YOU WEAR A HELMET Skateboard Crash At 65mph It looks like there was a glitch in the Matrix, because a skateboard shouldn't go that fast, a highway shouldn't act like a Slip' ...

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Danny Macaskill Rides The Ridge

October 3, 2014 0 comments

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ_IQS3VKjA Danny Macaskill is a very good bike rider. A very, very good bike rider. So he climbed climbed a mountain near his home on the Isle of Skye and did something that will make you scream with joy and horror. ...

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Supporting the Arts

July 22, 2014 0 comments

I came across a RTE Supporting the Arts Poster with this url on it http://www.rte.ie/supportingthearts and it got me think about the word hearts in the url so I designed this to my support to the arts.

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ugly vegetables for Intermarché

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As part of their campaign against food waste, Intermarché commissioned Patrice to photograph a selection of misshapen fruits and vegetables. The final images were used to advertise a special section in Intermarché stores that sold “ugly” fruits ...

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Saving the Whales

July 22, 2014 0 comments

Today we went to try and help save pilot whales on the beach in An Fil Carrah, Co Donegal, Ireland. When we arrived there we saw a great turnout as we ourselves brought buckets to save the whales lifes. Five pilot whales die after pod of 13 washes u ...

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Trafficking

July 30, 2013 0 comments

An information booklet aimed at raising awareness among local HSE and voluntary service providers that human trafficking is a crime which can take place anywhere, including rural areas such as Donegal, was launched in Letterkenny on Monday. This ...

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Human

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Human Trafficking Booklet

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