Project brief: The client has built up a well known business regionally, delivering vintage and craft fairs but wanted to expand in to the corporate and wedding event market. The client required a new brand that reflects this change in direction, and a website.
Outcome: The site has helped reposition the business as a serious player in the corporate event market, but also ensures the existing market (vintage fairs) is still reflected in the design and has a prominent visual presence on the home page, plus a dedicated area of the site.
Project brief: Connections had a previous website, hosted by yell.com, but the site was not easy to update and the template was restricting them in terms of being able to add new images and content themselves. The client wanted a flexible solution that better reflected the range of services offered, including the addition of a new Post Office.
Outcome: The new website clearly displays each of the store's departments, is easy to navigate, and showcases all product ranges on offer. The website is easy to manage and change text/pictures internally, so no further cost outlay is required to update images and text.
Project brief: As a start up business the firm had already delivered large functions and weddings across the region, but had no brand presence and needed a range of marketing materials to present to potential clients. The company had an existing orange and black theme that he wanted to retain, and this needed to work across all markets.
Outcome: A logo and leaflet design that could be used across all markets - weddings, corporate functions or private dinners, showcasing their experience and the local quality ingredients used. Working with the existing colour palette the client had used elsewhere I selected imagery that complimented this, delivering a strong brand and logo that can be used consistently across other collateral.
Project brief: This brand new business needed a new corporate identity and brand that reflected the services offered, and had a quality and old-fashioned feel that would resonate with both a commercial and domestic audience.
Outcome: The 'seat' design was drawn freehand then overlayed with the company name, using a traditional font design. This identity is now used across all literature, website and social profiled and the company has a strong reputation for quality and traditional craftsmanship, winning many contracts for new restaurants and bars across the UK.
Project brief: To build a fresh and inspiring website to promote a holiday apartment in Spain including showcasing images of the apartment and linking through to the official holiday booking portal.
Outcome: The website was quick to build as the client provided all imagery and text. The site has a clean look and feel, so that attention is drawn to the images and booking details, and the 'logo' on the top right gives the website a professional holiday booking site look and feel. The website enabled the client to start 'selling' his property within one week of purchase, through easy set up, and gives him the ability to change images and text himself, with no further costs.