Tag Archives: logo design guildford

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A Rebrand For Cavan Bakery

Cavan Bakery have been baking fresh bread, cakes and pastries for over 83 years and the business is now run by the third generation of the family.  They approached us recently to look at their brand and website which will eventually follow through into their 5 shops in Hampton Hill, Teddington and Hampton Their current brand has been around for years and it was time to take the leap, and to give it the refresh it deserves! Taking inspiration from Artisan Bakeries we wanted to create a sophisticated
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An Exciting Rebrand For Sugarlash

Courtney called us all the way from Edmonton, Canada to talk about an exciting new rebrand for her company Sugarlash. The company was created after setting up her own 'Lash Lounge' called Lash Affair and really struggled to find the right products for her clients. Courtney has sourced and worked with manufacturers to develop a full range from lashes to the adhesives and tools. Another passion for Courtney was the training side of the business and so as part of the service they provide they
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Poppy Loves Gets A Makeover

From finding the most amazing hidden restaurants to discovering the latest designer Poppy is the girl to go to in London. Poppy Loves is one of the most successful London lifestyle blogs out there and we were chuffed when she came in to chat about us giving her a new look! Poppy is also the lifestyle editor of Blogosphere Magazine so keeps herself very busy whilst writing this eclectic blog full of very inspiring and interesting articles. Its a great read!
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A New Brand Identity For Form

Jeremy and his wife (and business partner) Elissa are two top freelance fitness professionals with a mission to provide elite and innovative fitness programs for their clients. Form has been set up as a two centre business, with venues opening up in Notting Hill and Kensington over the coming months. Their plans for the interiors for both studios are stunning and so all of our hard work had to fall in line with their vision! Jeremy & Elissa are incredibly passionate about what they do, they
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Mindful Presenter – A New Brand Identity

Mindful Presenter is a new business specialising in presentation skills training for the corporate world. The owner Maurice has an impressive wealth of knowledge and experience, and focuses on providing in-house workshops and training for groups up to 8 delegates. The brand identity and website (which Adam is currently building!)  has an inspiring and quirky edge that injects the personality that Maurice bring to his business, and puts him in a different position to other training companies in
Hawthorn Handmade Branding
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Brand identity for Hawthorn Handmade: Coming soon!

Ok Ok, I can't hold it back any longer! I just have to share this with you :-) The lovely Stephanie Carswell came to see us in the studio yesterday to talk about her exciting new business venture, Hawthorn Handmade. As an owner of a gorgeous gallery in Dorset and an admiringly creative flair as a fibre artist, she's decided to take the plunge into creating a new business making craft kits, specialising in needle felting kits at first with a view to expanding her range to complement her other
Typography Guildford
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Introducing… the Mood Board for Inky Blue

Sara Dean is a business writer who who writes engaging words for companies. She works with companies like Diageo, Punter Southall and Customer Essential and brings clarity, structure and an engaging style to each project she works on. Sara has a strong background in corporate marketing communications but has recently chosen to specialise in the field of business writing - less ad copywriting and more internal communications, nevertheless Sara needed a brand identity that looked professional,
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Phew! What a week…

One of the top ten rules of blogging is to never, ever apologise to your readers for your lack of a post. After all, it's pretty embarrassing to show those new readers who have never visited your little space on the internet the fact that you've been remiss in posting: people probably won't notice will they? But I know that many of you lovelies will have visited the Full Bloom blog over the past seven days and we've been a little mortified that we haven't shown you anything new ;-) So what are rules
logo design for baking business Hampshire
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In the studio this week… 3 new logo designs for Cupcake and Bake – your vote needed!

Denise Allen has been a regular visitor to the flourishing blog ever since I met her at Grow Your Business in April of 2009 and we were delighted when a couple of weeks ago she asked us to create a new identity for her baking business. Denise currently trades her business as Cupcake and Cookie Central and has been working through the night to bake enough cakes to sell at Surrey and Hampshire Farmers Markets. Having recently moved to Hampshire Denise is getting serious about taking her baking business
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Why you shouldn’t use the font from your logo in your body copy

I had a really interesting conversation with someone a couple of days ago about fonts. Mike had picked Verdana for his logo because he recognised that it was a font he could consistently used across the board - website, emails and print. You'll probably know my views on using Verdana as a part of your logo (if not, find out more here), but that aside, I could see why Mike had chosen to do what he had. After all, consistency is one of the things many small businesses are weak on. So I admired his