Tag Archives: web design
Over the last few months we've been incredibly busy with some amazing clients and projects. This has meant that our poor old blog hasn't been getting to shine as much as it normally does! Over the next week or so we'll be sharing some of our recent projects with you, to keep you up to date. First up we have Celeris! Cate approached us to design and build a website for her growing business that provides beautiful, handmade and tailor-made leather riding boots to amateur and professional riders.
Using a big photo for your website background is something that is becoming considerably popular and will certainly create a memorable experience for your visitor. When landing on the homepage these websites successfully create a feeling and communicate the ethos of the company in one dynamic image. This style of homepage will work beautifully across all platforms, so when viewed on a phone or tablet you don’t lose any of the power of the design. This approach to a web page background
Knitwear designer Anna Bright approached us at the start of March, eager for us to address her current branding and blog design because it isn't sending out the right signals or visually reaching out to the right people. Anna designs beautiful knitwear patterns that she sells to both budding or experienced knitters; women keen to learn new styles and expand their knowledge of knitting techniques. Her love of all things knitted and gorgeous portfolio of work has enabled her to create steady
When Animal Art Fair approached us last year to address their website design we naturally jumped at the chance of working with them. Their previous website lacked finesse and didn't show off the remarkable fine art on display to it's full potential, so whilst we all felt comfortable working with the same logo, the website and branding as a whole needed a good push into 2013. Here's how the old website looked last year... With so much happening, so many messages and so many directions to
We're refining a few little bits here and there but I couldn't wait, I had to show you the gorgeous design we've created for Toadstool Parties! Toadstool Parties are a team of young creative people who are passionate about creating imaginative and enchanting parties and events for children. Fronted by the lovely business owner Sarah Chamberlain who has a theatrical background, she's cherry-picked young individuals packed with energy, passion and a lot of patience to work with her towards
Before Christmas I posted about the exciting new brand identity for Alderley Pilates and I thought I'd give you an update on how their new collateral is unfolding! If you missed our first post about the brand identity journey then you can catch up here. Designer James has been creating some gorgeous designs the past week, including their new holding page and gift vouchers. And some fantastic news from Peter: "We have gained around 70 new clients and are having to add additional classes.
Current Website Design Vanessa is an established Personal Stylist who specialises in helping women look and feel amazing! Her current website Image Studio doesn't convey the impression Vanessa now wants for her business so she approached us to take her branding and website to a new level; tapping into her ideal customer market, injecting more of her own warm personality into the brand and communicating Vannessa as an expert in her field. Here's a quick reminder of the vision board we
The lovely Sara Dean from Inky Blue popped into the studio yesterday to give us all a gorgeous little pressie before Christmas. She's thoroughly embraced her new branding and blog design, and quite right too! You can catch up on Sara's brand story here. Here are some snaps of Sara's handmade Christmas tags, along with her business card. Stunning. Thanks Sara and Happy Christmas everyone! Here's to more beautiful branding in 2013!