Posted 3 weeks ago in Brand identity, Design chat
It’s always really exciting to get involved in the work of our long-time client Policy Connect – but particularly when it comes to election season.
We’ve been through this cycle three times with them over the years – and this time was the most unexpected. In fact the spontaneous nature of this election here in the UK inspired a new approach to coverage – a ‘Policy Snap’.
While we are very familiar with branding projects of all kinds of political logo design, this was a new challenge for us – and I’m really rather pleased with the outcome.
Posted 4 weeks ago in Brand identity, Design chat, Web design
Some of the best projects come about after a slow burn-type build up. So it was with Chuch & Rose, who first approached us to talk about a new look interiors web design for the consultancy back at the very start of 2017. I absolutely adore working on web design for interiors specialists so was immediately intrigued at the project. However the timing wasn’t quite right for them – so we waited a little. I confess that patience is not always one of my strong suits, but in this case it was rewarded and happily the phone rang a few months later with an instruction to begin work.
The lovely thing about Church & Rose’s work – at least from an outsider’s perspective – is that it is centered around comfort. I look at their interiors and immediately feel like I could relax in any of these homes. Quite a skill.
The other facet I am struck by is that, amid a set of British countryside homes on their portfolio, there is this very fresh, modern perspective.
This approach occasionally makes its presence felt in their more traditional ‘country home’-type projects too, something I find fascinating.
Posted 5 months ago in Brand identity, Design chat, Web design
With the turn of the year behind us, suddenly 2017 is well underway. The days are a little longer than they were and suddenly daylight is shining on certain parts of the office which suddenly look a little too cluttered. Time for a bit of a clear-up…
It makes me think: that could be advice on all sorts of levels. What about business strategy? Marketing? Corporate identity? It could be you too look around and suddenly realise – it’s time to re-work your business branding.
Needless to say (once we’ve done that tidy-up ourselves this afternoon) my team and I will be only to pleased to help you.
Having a great plan for your next step – goals, new clients to meet, sales targets, for instance – is a great starting point. There’s no point in just taking a new broom to your business if you haven’t a few ideas with what to do when you’re finished.
But if you don’t know where to begin, don’t worry…
Posted 7 months ago in Brand identity, Design chat
As 2016 draws to a close, we’re looking back over a busy year at some of the work we’re particularly proud of. Here I pick out the projects that make up our ‘best brand design of 2016’.
Previously I had posted about our favourite websites of the year, this post is reflecting on the brand identity work we’ve completed and a few projects which really stand out for me as being successful.
One general theme that stands out for me is that… there is none! Once again we’ve worked on the most extrordinarily random series of pieces of work. Everything from personal trainers in London, lawyers in California and lifestyle gurus in Spain… it takes all kinds to make our year.
I can’t wait to see what 2017 holds!
Posted 7 months ago in Brand identity, Design chat, Web design
My association with Matt Saam goes back many years, but it’s only in the last few months that we’ve started collaborating together.
The first product of this work – that it is newly online – is a piece of branding to establish his denim consultancy.
As well as devising the monochrome Saam Studio logo, our aim was to create a stylish piece of classic Los Angeles website design for the company.
Posted 11 months ago in Brand identity, Design chat, Web design
Over the past few months we’ve been working on our new project for a legal firm – a collaboration that has led to a new law practice web design project.
Leyton is a management consultancy and tax advisory business which is primarily based in France.
In June 2015, Leyton UK Partners LLP was established, launching its employment law services to businesses and individuals. To promote and formalise this new stand-alone service, Leyton approached us with a requirement for a stand-alone website.
The new website went live this week and is a great project, full of clear information, services, testimonials, details of their staff and an information-rich resource within the News section.