Palace as a company has been going for five years and in that time we have worked on some wonderful projects. We are immensely proud of what we have achieved and are grateful to have worked with clients who have enhanced the work we do to make something special.

However with the ever widening digital landscape being what it is we've found ourselves wanting to pursue goals that don’t fit into the Palace offering. So as of October 2015, we have decided to wind the company down to diversify and try out new things...

Thanks, Graeme and Julian.

You can still get in touch with us both or please use our contact details below.

Julian Guy

Website | LinkedIn | Twitter


Graeme Swinton

Website | LinkedIn | Twitter



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BalletBoyz website

Ex Royal Ballet principle dancers started BalletBoyz with the intension to make dance exciting and accessible. That said the website had to follow the same rule. Accessible and exciting with a design based on clarity, information and colour.


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Cheryl Cole official website

Spectacular website for Cheryl Cole. Wonderful photography combined with social engagement. We built a bespoke sharing feature which looped through Twitter and brought fans back into the website on the very page they were talking about.