My Lifebook by Frank & Mabel is a fantastic resource – every family should have one! A place where all the important information about your financial affairs and the running of your household can be stored. We created the branding for Frank & Mabel, developed the graphic design for My Lifebook and built a website where it could be sold.
Working with an organic farm during Covid was fascinating. Throughout the pandemic this lovely Leicestershire farm continued to supply farmers markets in London with delicious organic produce. We developed their new branding, signage and website design to take them on the next step of their journey.
Jpingos is a flame grill restaurant in Nottingham. We provided marketing strategy support and created a website with online ordering and table booking facility. We have also set up and run a Google ads campaign for the restaurant to support the website launch.
Approached by the Prayer Book Society during the Summer of 2021, we developed its new website which was launched at the end of November. The Society marks its 50th anniversary at Westminster Abbey in October 2022 with a commemorative service of Holy Communion and wanted a fresh, easy-to-navigate website in time for its special year. Part of the brief was that the mobile version of the site should have a simple, clean look to take it through to the future.
The website includes an online shop and the ability to purchase membership or make donations online .
Advantage Mobility is a Nottingham-based CLIC whose business was severely affected by Covid-19, particularly as many of its customers needed to shield. Whilst they had a website, it was looking somewhat dated and there was no social media support to drive customers to it. We developed a marketing strategy to assist in raising the profile of the business, including a refreshed logo design, regular social media input, advice regarding photography and film, email marketing and developing a facebook shop to promote key products. This was a fixed period of support aligned with grant funding. Subsequently we have undertaken photography and film and now run their google ads campaign.
We were delighted to be approached to help the Captain Tom Foundation as they developed their strategy for their merchandise website. The result was a simple e-commerce website through which people could purchase Captain Tom t-shirts and other products to support their charity fundraising. As a team we were all inspired by the late Captain Tom and marvel at the way he inspired hope among many generations during dark times.
The UK lockdown for the Covid-19 pandemic meant that small independent shops had to adapt extremely quickly in order to survive. We had created a holding page for Christopher James deli when it was first bought by current owner Simon Fairey, but this had to be transformed into a full e-commerce website in a very short timescale so that customers could click and collect or have products delivered to their door.
This website allows proprietor Simon to highlight special offers and new products. It allows him to operate from the retail premises for two or three days a week, while working from home on other days of the week ordering supplies and managing pre-orders. It also allows him the flexibility to manage one week’s sales at a time by closing the online ordering facility in time for him to order the freshly baked produce and get it straight to the customer’s door.
The advent of Covid-19 meant that many of our clients had to adapt and adapt quickly. San International supplies womenswear and childrenswear to major retailers throughout Europe. Ordinarily, the retail buyers would visit the factory, select products that they were interested in and sample them in fabrics that work for them, but that involved flying half way around the world. We were approached to create a website which reflected the ethos and values of San International and which includes a sample ordering facility for buyers.
The San Intl website is now up and running and provides a shop window for the manufacturer at a time when face to face visits are not possible.
Seldom Seen Farm in Leicestershire is one of Rick Stein’s food heroes and a supplier of geese to Marks and Spencer. We created a new website in time for the 2020 Christmas season. As the client did not wish to go the e-commerce route, we implemented a call back form to allow customers to contact the farm out of hours and be assured of a call back to take their personal order. We also began their first social media activity on facebook.
This website includes details about the products and how to cook them as well as how to find the farm shop when it opens in December. It clearly demonstrates the provenance of the poultry the farm produces, incorporating images of the rolling Leicestershire farmland on which the flocks thrive.
We developed the branding for new cider brand Cidentro in 2019 and launched the e-commerce website early in 2020. Cidentro is a unique cider produced from English apples grown near Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire. Produced to be enjoyed chilled, like a wine, Cidentro is receiving an excellent response as it develops in the market.
The website, shown here, includes our photography and film of the orchard.