The company grew, moving to offices in Upper St Giles then to St Benedicts Street in 1992. Accent diversified into computer training, took on its first members of staff, and began to offer a complete design service working for the likes of Kettle Foods and Greentours, who are both still clients to this day.
In 1997, with its commercial restrictions lifted, the Internet kicked down the door of the world. Accent was one of the first companies in Norwich to foresee the opportunities and begun offering a web design service to clients. The team continued to grow, as did the portfolio of work, now to include database-driven websites and bespoke software systems, winning contracts with the likes of the Norfolk Constabulary and the Learning & Skills Council.