Italics Bold is a creative services and digital design studio on the Gold Coast. We help businesses thrive on the web by taking a holistic approach to their website, branding, email marketing and social media.

We also build web systems that enable businesses to flourish.

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Digital Consultant Gold Coast

Unbiased Digital Consulting Italics Bold is your digital consultant to help with your current digital projects and campaigns. You might have hired another digital agency to develop or design your project but really require help understanding elements and cutting through the digital jargon. Some clients contact us as they can’t seem to get the answers …

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  • Date
  • November 11, 2014

Arts Funding needs your help

Lets get behind it! Help Arts Funding help local Australian artists promote their work. Arts Funding is a project run by a Southern Queensland couple who want to help their artist peers in finding funding to assist with their start ups.  All of their time and effort at this stage is rewarded in seeing this …

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  • Date
  • August 8, 2014

The power of eNewsletters

How eNewsletters establish your business personality While social media is an effective avenue to engage your audience with topical information, you run the risk of being missed. eNewsletters hit a customer’s inbox and are personal (if you use them correctly). eNewsletters allow your business to hold 100% share of voice, with a variety of information …

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  • Date
  • December 12, 2013

Pop-Up-Late with Art-Work Shop

Get along to St Thomas Studio for the PopUpLate event. It’s a carefully curated selection of goods from local designers including Surf/Brand, Strange Stranger, Deckle & Hide  and more. Covering everything from Surf, Fashion, Art, Homewares & Accessories, it’s the perfect place to find that special Christmas gift. You’ll find Surf/Brands hand shaped Hand Planes, …

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  • Date
  • November 11, 2013

Upcycle – Ystudio shows us how

Ystudio has joined a growing trend to re-purpose and re-value objects with a variety of analogue photographic devices. The Taiwanese company uses cameras, lenses and bulbs that are often thrown away, to create striking furniture. Rather than allowing these cameras to be discarded, which to be honest is just short sighted, ystudio has used the …

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