Love from our clients

Centre for Customs and Excise Studies

Lili Ceric, Marketing Manager

“We engaged FutureTheory to design our new website. Germaine was able to instinctively design a website that looked great and most importantly was practical. He is always there to answer my questions and provide assistance. I strongly recommend FutureTheory.”

Dobson Painting

Annabel Dobson, Business Manager

“Our business didn’t have any experience whatsoever with website development or management of online marketing tools, but luckily we followed a recommendation and met Germaine and his team at FutureTheory. From the outset they were very responsive and helpful and we couldn’t have asked for better service.

Germaine’s creativity was obvious from the first meeting and we are extremely happy with the new look and feel that has been developed for our business. FutureTheory will definitely be our online advisors and web content managers from now on.”

Old Boys & Friends Association

Matt de Jongh, President

“FutureTheory set up a new website for the St Edmund’s College Old Boys & Friends Association in 2016. In doing so FutureTheory captured the essence of what the Association is aiming to achieve. The website is very user-friendly and FutureTheory were most helpful in offering advice on how best to establish a website that was not only accessible but also a great marketing tool.

The website was established within the agreed timeframes and budget. I would have no hesitation in recommending FutureTheory to anyone considering creating a website – I have already recommended Germaine to several contacts.”

Southern Region BEC

Graham Baxter, Executive Officer

“Germaine provided a very personal, prompt and professional service. His understanding of our needs was refreshing, delivering a modern, fresh approach which matched our desired branding and reflected our professional needs.

Clearly he has a passion for his work which reflects current trends and thinking and we look forward to working with Germaine again in the future.”