Some of our recent projects
Whether it's B2B or B2C; e-commerce or lead generation; website or visual identity... our talented team of creatives can bring your project to life. Here are a few clients we have enjoyed working with recently.
How do you reach out to scrupulous and quality focused customers and help them find the right product amongst many?
Having undergone a brand refresh to focus on their craft and position as the high-quality envelope and paper producer for individuals, businesses and specifiers we re-designed the Blake website to signal this change and reach out to new clients. The website was improved to further help visitors buy the right envelope amongst thousands.
Miles Tea and Coffee
How do you protect the identity of a brand synonymous with a storied heritage whilst encouraging untapped markets to experience the product?
We worked closely with the team at Miles Tea and Coffee to design a new e-commerce site that helped their customers easily find the right Tea or Coffee amongst a wide range of flavours. The new website champions the Miles story and their ethical approach to expertly blending teas and coffees that set them apart. Critical to the success of the site, we designed new ways for Miles to provide flavour hints as well as novel content on ways that customers can ‘Share a moment with Miles’.
Coombe Farm Organic
How do you convey an organic, ‘quality first’ brand and lifestyle message with engaging content in a user friendly, results driven e-commerce store?
Working closely with Coombe Farm Organic’s in-house team and their brand design agency we designed and tested the Coombe Farm Organic website with the customer in mind, with user-friendly features to make navigation, browsing and purchase really simple and secure. We also developed a bespoke content management system (CMS) which feeds into the new content and story focussed pages which are helping to drive engagement with Coombe Farm Organic’s target market.
How do you get people in a world reliant on plastic to go 13 days plastic free in order to protect our oceans and public waterways?
We worked closely with the in-house marketing team at Sea Cadets to design and deliver landing pages and digital coverage for a national campaign to remove tonnes of plastic that flow into our oceans every year. The landing pages were designed to leverage video and content that encouraged visitors to claim an action pack that included guides, an awareness package and a progress tracker to help them go plastic free for 13 days. With the use of emotive imagery, content and calls to action the user friendly, guided steps encouraged visitors that their participation could make a real difference.
Data Comms Direct
How do you provide an intuitive experience for a vast range of technical products from one of the UK’s leading suppliers?
A leading supplier of networking and I.T. products, DCDI needed a brand refresh to re-affirm their offering as well as a new website that would better serve their existing customers and drive e-commerce sales. Intuitive navigation, clear typography and product layout design makes it easy to find and purchase products in bulk.
How do you help visitors make an informed choice on a solution to meet their needs, priming them for a successful and easy enquiry?
Coveya needed a new website to help their existing and new customers find the right solution (often bespoke) for their needs more efficiently. The website delivers rich product details and expert advice at the right time, with convenient support options from the conveyor experts always accessible to facilitate better enquiries for customers and for Coveya.
How do you make a stand-out vehicle leasing experience and champion empathy for people with less than perfect credit?
Eureka Leasing needed a brand identity and website to launch their car leasing service aimed at helping people with less than perfect credit. The website delivers their impactful new branding and empathetic, personal approach to leasing whilst ensuring that the process is user friendly and informative for customers. Conversion rate of 27.79%.
How do you improve on customer expectations for a brand renowned for being the most prestigious in their industry?
Axminster Carpets rebranded to help re-focus on their prestige in the interiors world. We re-designed the website to increase engagement with their content and products, simplify their sample ordering process and to deliver the information and inspiration necessary to appeal to interior designers and homeowners. Live site - pages per session are up by 144%.
How do you help an established business appeal to a wider customer base without alienating existing customers?
Working closely with their in-house marketing team we created a new brand identity and branded collateral to appeal to architectural practices and specifiers directly. Key to the success was the design of a pocket guide to products, improving the usability and discoverability of products and services for existing customers too.
How do you break from tradition and simplify discovery in a complicated product range to drive enquiries?
We re-designed the Alansons website with intuitive navigation and page layouts to make it as easy as possible for visitors to find specific products or a bespoke solution. The new website was designed to appeal to large contract buyers whilst promoting the businesses bespoke service and to provide pertinent and useful enquiry options. Launching soon.
How do you signal change and provide new services whilst reassuring and supporting long term clients?
We re-designed the Oldfield website and created a new supporting visual identity system to concisely communicate their services, present their excellent insights more clearly and drive enquiries. The website signals a new and exciting direction for the business and their clients and clearly states their forward looking approach and intentions. Launching soon.
How do you communicate complex offerings in simple terms with a bespoke human touch?
Eloquent came to us with a challenge - to strip the jargon, complex descriptions and barriers from their existing site whilst making it undeniably 'eloquent'.
We redesigned the website to increase engagement and make fact finding and contact as easy as plugging a USB cable into a laptop. A full range of brand assets were reimagined including illustrations and typography to signal the brands 'best in breed' support and approachability.
How do you increase brand recognition and target new markets whilst making life easier for existing customers?
Gekko Industries had an impactful brand re-design that is becoming well recognised, but needed a new website that simplified task completion and better presented their company and product range. The new website provides intuitive content that empowers contractors and end users, allowing Gekko to transform their customer support.
How do you encourage trust and appreciation in some of the world’s most discerning car enthusiasts?
After immersing ourselves in the world of superlative automotive detailing with the Topaz team to understand their brand identity, we completed a brand refresh including guidelines, digital assets and packaging systems. The new brand assets make a bold statement about Topaz’s obsession with the details that keep the world’s most discerning enthusiasts coming back for more.