We were approached by freelance copywriter, WordCrush.co.uk who wanted a website re-vamp and new logo to stand out from the crowd and attract potential clients.
We created a one page website for Attwood and Webb, and the results were superb!
New logo for Cranleigh Activities building which represents different enterprise, movement and age groups. We were thrilled to be offered the task to create their new logo.
Muur Roberts specialises in Parent Effectiveness Training and wanted to set herself up as her own business, so she was in need of a logo!
Stern 2 Sailing knew they required a new website and stunning branding so they can stand out in their highly competitive industry. Being granted complete design freedom meant our creative juices could really flow! Learn how we undertook their branding, website and coding challenges to create their fabulous new website.
Dupuytren’s disease is known to be a fairly common problem, often for men and women in their 50s and beyond, but also sometimes for children, that can cause a contraction of one or more fingers into the palm of the hand.
When Martin came to the office to discuss a logo he wanted, he was quite sure about the look and feel of how he wanted it to look. We listened to his thoughts and examples of what he liked and didn’t and gave us the blank canvas to be creative.
When Cranleigh School in Surrey asked us to modernise its corporate branding with a fresher, more dynamic approach, they were also looking for designs that would communicate ‘value for investment’, for a school with a long history that embraces family, networking and opportunity as well as outstanding education for its students.
DisplayTek specialises in backlit tensioned fabric display systems and LED displays. The units are unique in their simple, modular construction and using different types of tensioned fabric, these display, exhibition and retail stands do stand out in a crowd.
Abbey Estate Agents is an independent family firm, established in the cathedral city of St. Albans, in Hertfordshire. MD and founder Gary Whittaker was looking for a new logo design that would reflect the City’s traditional colours, blue and yellow, while at the same time updating his company’s logo for a more modern feel.