Patterson Design Architectural needed a new, responsive website that showcased all of their projects and services. Their main requirement was to connect with and reach a broader clientele. The client wanted a visually impacting website but one which also performed well on search engines. A full width slideshow features on the majority of the websites
Loving by Giving is a Christian charity organisation working with those in need in the UK and abroad. Their work consists of organising events and reaching out to the public offering support. Their website needed to focus around the three purposes of the charity, ‘Relieving Poverty’, ‘Building Churches’ and ‘Inspiration’. The website was to act
The Tailoress is a content based website monetised by selling automatic downloads via an e-commerce shop. The client needed to direct all potential customers through to the online shop via customised landing and content pages. The brand is social media driven, acquiring visitors to the website via blog and social media posts. Content from the main
Emma Kate Hulett Fine Art is an artist portfolio website incorporating a shop for selling original paintings. Our client needed the website to provide a base to send potential customers to and for those interested in her paintings to find out more about the artist. The design had to be clean cut and simple. The
The Institute of East Anglian Artists (IEA) required a website to showcase their member artists as well as to reach out to those interested in participating in IEA events. Providing resources in the form of easily downloadable documents was also a key requirement. The IEA was also looking to increase their profile amongst the public.
Leo Agri Solutions needed an interactive website that was a go-to point for prospective clients. The website needed to showcase their versatility of services while demonstrating their passion and professionalism. Of great importance for the client, was the ability of the website to turn users into enquiries. To do this an easy navigation and simple
Our client needed a logo design for her beauty therapy business. The client requested the use of a deep purple colour and some intricate and delicate graphic details. The business name was required to be part of the logo design with emphasis on the word ‘beauty’. Once the logo was decided upon, we went ahead
We worked closely with our client who had a very specific vision for their logo and literature design. Our client was very proactive in adding their thoughts and ideas to make this very personal to them. Once the logo was created, we developed business literature in the form of business cards, letterheads and a Powerpoint
For this project our client was looking for a new logo design and literature to promote her upcoming study with the Anglia Ruskin University. The client had some specific ideas of what should be incorporated into each. The study is about overcoming Tinnitus and controlling its effect on ones life. The client wanted to use
Our client from INVISIBLEinc was looking brand their already up and running business with a clean-looking logo. The specification given was to use the clients initials to design the logo graphic using green and purple. Although the client had many ideas about how the logo could look and how it could be inspired by tattoo
Zandiel Facial Aesthetics Clinic is a high end private clinic run in Church Street Dental Practice, Attleborough, Norfolk. The client required a logo that mirrored her business image of luxury treatment. Promotional materials were also required.
Audiology Specialist Care were looking to develop and launch a new image and website that acts as an information point for patients while taking online bookings. Initially we worked to develop a suitable logo. Our client already had a clear idea that their logo should include the image of an ear to mirror their business
Watton Sports Association and Social Club required an updated website that would inspire more customers to view it and make bookings. The site needed to include a class timetable, info about the facilities and a way for new customers to sign up to memberships. Visit Watton Sports Association and Social Club’s website
Delcine is a recently graduated student embarking on her own journey as a music teacher and performer. She required a website and promotional materials to help her get her name out.
SplitPrint is a Mac store app that tiles a PDF document onto multiple pages for easy printing. They required an updated logo to represent their app. A requirement of the design was to give the impression of duplicate pages.
Trade-hub is a community website that allows the public to upload details of their business, event, place of interest, classified ad or job offer or to find information in their area about any of these listings. A simple logo was needed that displayed a concept of all things coming together in one place. The four
Silver Owl is a jewellery business and required a logo to brand their products. The image of an owl needed to be incorporated into the design. A hand drawn look and feel was wanted to compliment the bespoke jewellery offered. Four colour options were decided upon so that the business owner could choose between them
The Viking Veterans website was originally created quite a few years ago but was never put live and with so much time passing, required updating. The client wanted compete control over the website and so we decided to go with a WordPress site. The website needed to have: a forum capability to accept visitors stories