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Category Archives: Design for Digital
We are delighted to announce the launch of our sister company Three Peaks Web Design, a new low cost website company created for small to medium businesses to get themselves on the web and looking fabulous. Three Peaks is a range of website products we’ve developed through listening to clients and their concerns regarding web design. Three common issues we encountered were: Money: Start up … Continue reading
We’ve always had a soft spot for art, being a designer it’s surely only natural? That’s why we were delighted to be asked to design a website for artist Alan Stones and another for his hugely talented wife, Rebecca Payn. This project was finished in conjunction with the coding skills of Arron King of Arrow as it required something a … Continue reading
Our first rebrand of the year was completed today and we’re happy to show the results of Merlyn Tyre Services (formerly A6 Tyres) rebrand to go with their new name change. Merlyn tyres is a local family run tyre supply and fitting centre serving Penrith and the surrounding area. Offering personal service and local knowledge along with an excellent range … Continue reading
Utan is a self-tanning collection that aims to give you a beautiful tan and a lovely skin tone. I worked on the original launch of Utan back in 2010 when part of Ultimo, where it was stocked in department stores such as Harvey Nichols (see pic). Back then, the brand wanted to be big bold and bright; we used the … Continue reading
I was approached by Carol Westmorland of Cumbria Pilates to redesign her website. Carol’s previous site was a simple but outdated wordpress site, which didn’t put across the warm, bubbly atmosphere of her classes for both men and women. The site was pink, which was something that Carol wanted to move away from, but an element of illustration was something … Continue reading