We have been working closely with the Student Christian Movement to create a set of resources for UK university students, including this new website for students. The latest project has just been launched, the Christian Student Guide, an information site full of articles in a lifestyle-blog style. Articles can be found via dynamic searches or by scrolling through the content, designed in a responsive tablet and mobile friendly format. The simple clean layout is matched with an easy to navigate structure. The Student Christian Movement are looking at a busy summer and start of the new academic year – we really enjoyed working on the project.
You can go see the site here https://thechristianstudentguide.com
We’ve just finished designing branding for a newly established company, PON Heating Solutions, who are based in Birmingham. The company was looking for a bold, punchy identity with a modern feel. We used a modern heavy set typeface alongside a simple but refined icon to give a logo with high impact and a clean clear footprint so it can be easily used – whether that be uniforms, vehicle wraps, business cards or publicity.
We are at the early stages of building the company’s brand and working on their on-line and off line publicity but are excited by coming alongside the company as it expands it’s work across the Midlands.
We love building brands for organisations – see more of our branding work here.
Last month, we launched the new website for Valley House, a West Midlands based charity which offers supported housing, youth, nursery and support services. The responsive content-managed website showcases the services offered by the organisation and uses the colour coding for each area of expertise which we established when we created their brand identity earlier in the year.
The website has become the centre piece for their new brand, to convey their aims and mission for this new stage in the organisation’s life, a charity which has been running since 1977. We have really enjoyed working with them as a new client and look forward to our ongoing work with them.
You can see the website at https://valleyhouse.org.uk
We have recently launched the website for Woodbrooke.
Created to promote Woodbrooke’s conference facilities, accommodation and learning programmes – the site is fully responsive for using across desktop, tablet and mobile devices. The site features facilities for on-line payment for the numerous courses held at Woodbrooke as well as resource libraries and accommodation searches.
Having worked on the branding identity, we created a seamless experience between printed and on-line material. The site has been well received and we look forward to see how it develops over the coming years.
You can visit the website at https://www.woodbrooke.org.uk
We’ve recently finished a book which is a collaboration between Christian Aid (http://www.christianaid.org.uk/) and the Church of England for Lent entitles ‘Into the Wilderness.’ It’s another of the long running Love Life Live Lent series. It includes a series of amazing images taken from around the world of Christian Aid supported projects.
We have been commissioned to work create a new identity and website for Woodbrooke, a conference, education and accommodation centre in Birmingham. We’ve made great progress so far and look forward to being able to share the final results.
We have been recently commissioned to rebrand Valley House, a West Midlands based multi-agency organisation which deals primarily in social care. We have also been commissioned to create their new website along with marketing material for them.
We have just finished building two websites for churches, St. Martin-in-the-Fields in Coventry and All Saints Church in Wokingham. You can see their websites at http://www.smitf.org.uk and http://www.allsaintswokingham.org.uk. Both are responsive content managed websites and we also designed the new identity for All Saints along with publicity material for the new brand.
We have recently been asked by Church House Publishing to design the cover of a book to be published later this year, ‘Becoming Reverend: A Diary’ by Matt Woodcock. An exciting challenge, after looking at a range of concept ideas we decided upon an image of the author himself accompanied with a modern informal typeface. We’re looking forward to the books release.
Update – You can see more details at the book, now published, in the Portfolio section.
We have just designed two booklets for Christ Church Cathedral Oxford to promote their education programmes. Adapting the identity we have been established with their What’s On Guides, we have created the pair of guides to improve their profile amongst educational establishments across the South East.