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New Website Design and Development Do’s and Don’ts

When you are working on a new website, keep your users in mind. Here are some do’s and don’ts for new and redesigned websites. DO use a professional design and…

5 Tips for Home Office Safety & Security

During the second full week in January, Home Office Safety and Security Week at-home workers are encouraged to analyze the safety of their work environment. Worldwide, more and more people…

The creativity continues at FSH Design Ltd.

We at all FSH hope you and your team managed to avoid the dangers that the current pandemic presents, from your own personal health to the health of your business….

The Creator’s Digest: January 2020

The word CREATIVITY means to grow! IT’s as simple as that. This word is often used in the application of skills – professionally and artistically. As designers within the field,…

FSH Design Supports Breast Cancer Gala Dinner

On October 6th, 2018 the Cayman Island Breast Cancer Foundation celebrated their 11th Annual Gala Dinner. This major annual fundraiser for BCF is paramount to maintaining the reserves required to…

FSH Design has added a little extra colour to Triple C School!

Local Marketing firm FSH Design has donated boxes of tie-dye t-shirts to the Triple C School Art Department.

Promotional Items & Trade Show Displays

Ah yes, I found it! It’s that one pen that writes so smooth but hides at the bottom of your purse or drawer. I’ll admit it. I’m a pen hog….

Intern Marketing in the Summer Sun

We at FSH Design have had a very bright summer thus far in having Olivia Gemmiti as our new Intern. We were able to highlight some crucial steps to Online…

Sharing Our Passion with The Caymanian Youth of Today

As young entrepreneurs here at FSH Design Ltd – we are hungry and ready to help bring Cayman businesses the marketing they deserve.

Sharing the love of what we do

We at FSH Design are blessed and very proud to have brought on two young driven interns this spring, Shamelia McPherson & Jerome Mills. As 2nd year students at UCCI we wanted to know what they thought about marketing and what they hoped to learn.