Branding Design


So Beautylicious

So, you need a mobile beautician and you need one quick…


Colston Hall

We were approached to design the identity and responsive website brochure for this weddings, parties and special events venue in Gerrards Cross, Bucks.

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Intergalva Awards

A small magazine style website celebrating the Intergalva 2012 Awards. We also designed the Intergalva logo.

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The Park Federation

We have recently updated the brand design produced for the Park Federation as they grow to an Academy School.


The Advance School

We were approached to design a small piece of branding work and leaflet for The Advance Free School in Norbury, opening in September 2014.

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The Assembly Room

This was a personal project after eating dinner in a great new restaurant in Marlow. In Great Britain and Ireland, especially in the 18th and 19th centuries, assembly rooms were gathering places for members of the higher social classes. Our approach played on this idea with a simple black, white and cream design symbolising some of those concepts.


Lakemead Construction

This very simple identity is based around the suggestion of a building and the use of the two first letters of the business.

Brand design for the Ashcroft Academy

Ashcroft Academy

We designed a very simple identity that could be easily reproduced as lots of their material was printed in small quantity for the local community. The use of a small star inside the ‘A’ and the glow suggesting the dramatic lighting gave the brand a strong visual identity.

Brand design for Wolds Publishing Limited

Wolds Publishing

We were approached to design a logo for the publishers of a new book.


Busy Bee Cleaning

The client approached us to design a new brand identity for their growing cleaning business. With a playful name already in use, we designed a logo that worked alongside that. The mark was a playful Bee character which also included a subtle letter ‘B’. The flexibility of the logo allowed for some fun and the use of italics to represent the word ‘Busy’ also added to the playful style.