Helping you succeed with award-winning design and development
Colin Grist is a Creative Director, developer and co-founder of Leeds studio Few and Far.
For the past fifteen years he’s worked for some of the UK’s best digital agencies; producing award–winning work wherever he’s been. His work shows experience in a wide range of sectors; from television, film and music to sports, banking and retail.
More importantly over the last few years Colin has worked on award-winning work for some of the UK’s most recognised charities and organisations, including Blue Cross, Cancer Research, NSPCC, StandUp2Cancer, St. George’s Crypt, the Bank of England and WaterAid.
Sharp designer with an eye for detail. Conceptually excellent, pushing his work and the brief. He backs all this talent up with being a kind, considerate and genuinely great guy.Billy Burgoyne, Creative Director at Epiphany
Helping you establish a creative direction for your project. Whether you’re just starting out, part way through or stuck in a creative rut.
Transforming your product into a brand that people will love. Enabling your business to stand out in a competitive market place.
Creating a design that’s entirely bespoke to you and your needs. From smaller independent platforms to large ecommerce websites.
Offering a range of skills and techniques to help you take your business online. Catering for website builds, email templates and CMS solutions.
Embracing the latest trends in user research and innovative design to create a site that’s built around the individual needs of the user.
Wordpress development allows you to have your own content management system. Look after your own website and content without the hassle.
Honours & Awards
Awwwards Honourable Mention/User Approved Isle of Inspiration, Bank of England, Where's Lolly?, 88mph
Awwwards Winner - Site of the day One-Four-Nine
BIMA Shortlist Web design and build WaterAid Wahoo, Fresh Meat Unlocked
CSS Design Awards Winner - Site of the day Isle of Inspiration, 88mph, One-Four-Nine
FWA Winner - Site of the day One-Four-Nine
UX/UK Awards Best Not-for-Profit Site Winner Blue Cross, WaterAid Wahoo