We created the website for Henney’s Cider. It is already a nationally recognised brand which afforded us the chance to concentrate more heavily on the design and not as much on the natural listing results. The final outcome is a stylish and clean-looking image-based site.
We created the website for Warwick Folk Festival, an evolving festival that needs updating constantly. This site is WordPress based and the client can update details for free around the clock. The site is optimised for search engines and linked to an external ticketing office.
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We have rebranded Green Man Stoves, creating the green flame to reflect their ethical energy message combined with their business-like approach to life. We have created new business cards, adverts, and their website has been created using WordPress so they can easily add their own new ranges of products as they evolve.
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Antique Tables and Chairs is an e-commerce website with content that is managed by the client. It has been optimised for SEO and designed to the client’s strict specifications.
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In order to obtain planning permission to put a sign on their building, Green Man Stoves submitted our 3D images to the local council. The sign was designed in co-ordination with the capabilities of the local signage company, Signs & Labels.
This is how the finished article turned out.
Dimkin’s made the cake for the Directors’ wedding. For this reason, we took great pleasure in providing them with a website. The site is WordPress based, allowing the easy addition of events and products. Dimkin’s had previously lost control of their old domain name, but we managed to get it back for them. We also created a Facebook page and linked them up to Twitter.
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We have created the logo, website, stationery and brand guidelines for Bromyard Folk Festival. The website is WordPress based and uses plugins to list the artists, appearances and types of performances separately.
Our brief was to create a brand, stationary and website for Team Tactix, a team building company. The logo was created to have three versions, evolving into a vertical configuration. The website content is fully controlled by the client.
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3D modelled visualisations in order to obtain planning permission for a food stall in the centre of Worcester. The images were generated using photos of the area and we were given the rough size of the trailer. Click on the image below to view the slideshow:
3D Planning Permission