Cheshire Sandstone required a brochure to showcase their beautiful range of paving in a glossy brochure. From supplied text and images I created this design which enabled all the information to fit very well onto each page. The final print run was a 28 page 210x210mm brochure with a 350gsm silk cover + gloss lamination outer with 170gsm silk inner pages.
This logo was quite a straight forward job, the customer came to me with a pixelated version of their logo and required it recreating in high resolution (vector format). Upon completion I also offered a few inverted options as pictured. If you need your logo recreating in high resolution then please contact us today.
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Zitano have expanded and opened up their second restaurant in Chorlton-Cum-Hardy. Continuing with the same branding as Northwich, their new restaurant required different signage in order to cover up a painted on brick logo from the previous tenant. Our solution with lighting still compliments the exterior of the building very well. The sign was manufactured and installed in less than a week in time for the restaurant’s soft opening. For any sign requirements please contact us.
J Bown came to me with an existing website from the late nineties so it was always going to be a new website from scratch. Working with the client based on the popular Avada WordPress theme we went about building the website which you can view from the link below.
Why not visit: www.jbown.com
A vinyl graphic job, in a clean and simple straight to the point design using the company colours and font, all supplied and fitted onto a brand new Renault Trafic van.
Working with the client to create their new logo to approval, we then set about creating a sign that would compliment the exterior of the building. The sign was manufactured and installed in less than a week in time for the restaurant’s soft opening. For any sign requirements please contact us.
After designing the Bahá’í RE logo I went on to creating their website which makes use of the logo colours for specific sections of the website.
Working with the client based on a WordPress theme of their choice, we started building the website, adding in a few tailor made graphics and extra coding to add some functionality to the download section. The client is adding content themselves and its increasing in size on a daily basis.
Check it out: re.bahai.org.uk
Mann and a Van had some issues after migrating a website to new hosting. Instead of updating all the plugins and trying to tidy up a few problems with the existing website we offered a good deal for practically the same cost by buying a new theme and transferring all the current content over to mirror the old site. Going forwards this created a more responsive and up to date website which we will continue to improve over time as and when necessary, plus the client likes to get involved and tinker with things themselves.
Why not visit: www.mannandvan.co.uk
The main requirement of this logo was for the graphic element to have 9 points which is symbolic for the Bahá’í faith. The design was also mindful of how it would work and integrate within the new website that is currently under construction. Each colour will also represents different categories and sections of the website.