Over the years, we’ve had the pleasure of meeting and working with a multitude of lovely people and contributing to numerous wonderful projects. Countless happy hours spent debating and discussing design concepts resulted in many sites launched. Here are some of our favourites.
To celebrate its 50 year city status the traders of Bedford Place, Southampton, organised a vintage family festival. This site was created to promote the street party, and will now evolve into a promotional platform for the local businesses and new events.
Talk Web Design is a yearly free event for web students, organised by David Watson and hosted at Greenwich University. Now in its third year, the event needed an official online presence, including a logo and a new website.
Simon’s business was already established, with a logo in use on vans and paperwork. The new website thus needed to incorporate the existing logo into it a modern and effective design.
Keely started Silk and Tweed with a two-fold purpose: to show appreciation and respect for the older generation through an online library of personal stories and experience and to run a professional, friendly and easy-to-use personal assistance service. The website thus needed to showcase and promote those multiple strands.