We were recently asked to get involved with Prime Recruitment, a new venture from the lovely people at Prime Education, who were in the process of building three new websites. We were happy to help, and liaised with recruitment CMS specialists Firefish to design and build three recruitment websites for three market sectors: education, medical and engineering. Our involvement primarily … Read More
Sometimes the design process can be so simple and so satisfying, you get from start to finish with zero stress, and it all seems almost too good to be true. I was approached by Active Isolated Stretching Clinic, who had decided to abbreviate their name to The Stretching Clinic, (great move by the way guys), so of course they needed a … Read More
When I’m not busy designing things or making music I am partial to a spot of climbing. It’s always a real pleasure when I’m asked to design something that relates to a passion, so when the Mountaineering Club of Bury asked me if I’d design their new tees I didn’t hesitate for one moment. This was a really fun tee … Read More
Speak Out Lancashire, part of The Children’s Society and Lancashire Children’s Rights, approached us with a brief for a new identity and a website serving young people in care in the area. This has been a unique opportunity for us to work directly with end users, listening closely to what they want from the website and their ideas about visual … Read More
We were approached by Lancaster based farm food wholesaler, River Village foods, in early 2011. They were looking to create a clean, professional identity for their growing business. We did just that and designed a selection of logotypes with a hint of vintage, and some stationery and banners to go with them. Here is a sample of the results:
An up-and-coming genre-defying (they describe their music as “fizzed-up, synthed-up, sugar-coated, colour-coded FidgetPop-IndieRock”) Manchester band, E-Numbers, were looking to improve on their logo, so we gave them this.