London based recruitment agency Grey Matter approached us to revamp their brand, website and marketing materials.
James asked us to develop his existing website to incorporate a content management system (CMS), increase responsiveness and feature new functions including a news page and a shop.
Heather is an experienced journalist. She has asked David Attenborough if he believes in God and discussed economics with Gordon Brown. Heather needed a place to share her work online, one which she could easily update herself.
Acorn House College is a leading private Sixth Form and GCSE College in Southall, West London with a particular focus on the Sciences. We were asked to put together their prospectus for 2015/16.
We work closely with Dawn and Will to update their marketing materials and incorporate their recently updated typographic style.
Our challenge was to unify Tea Times Trading’s three distinct sub-brands into one booklet, whilst still reflecting their unique look and feel.
Dragonfly Tea are a family owned British tea company with over a hundred years of expertise in sourcing, growing and making the very finest of teas. We work with their marketing team to put together a wide variety of marketing materials to help promote their brand.
Tick Tock Tea needed an email template to send to their independent trade customers. Each newsletter needed to be both on-brand and easy for them to edit in future campaigns.
Oxbridge Applications assist students applying for a university place at Oxford or Cambridge. We have worked with their marketing team to create engaging materials to promote their services.
Wrong Planet Music are a music licensing and production company who regularly ask us to put together album artwork for new content in their catalogue.
Lord Lothian asked us to create a new website and logo for Monteviot as part of the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo
In order to appeal to The Peninsula Residences’ affluent international clientele, the identity for the development needed to combine western feel with traditional African influences.