-isq is a mixed genre four piece band featuring some of the best jazz musicians in the country. The site features illustrations from their latest album as well as integrated feeds from their social media accounts. A media player allows snippets to be heard directly on the site, and emailing list functionality is built-in.
Dogsaunt are a group of artists who sell modern art and sculpture to a commercial and corporate client base. They sell very well and have an enviable number of red dots next to artworks at the end of their shows. We developed this online store using the very latest ecommerce technology for the WordPress environment so they could also sell works outside of their main exhibitions. We visited their studio with a mobile lighting set-up to photograph many of the pieces ahead of their most recent exhibition.
We developed this microsite and logo for new electro project “Wolf and I”.
Premonition designed the new Olli Group website, adding a very significant bespoke back-end estimates and invoicing system. We also took a lot of the photographs for the site which meant we had to spend time with the Olli team on various sites. They look like they’re having fun but they certainly get the job done.
We designed this site for ex-BBC Brussels bureau supremo Sean Klein, who now works helping organisations with media strategy in the ever changing landscape of European politics. Sean also needed a new logo for this consultancy service and this logo, in plain but iconic Gill Sans capitals is the result.
Irene Serra is a singer with roots in jazz and projects embracing cross-over pop and electronica.
We’ve given the site a dark and sultry look and spiced it up with the very latest web technology.
We’ve implemented a jquery animation, which will work on all modern devices, leaving behind the flash plug-in content of old.
A showcase responsive site, this site combines content from twitter, soundcloud and youtube, and presents it so it is viewable on all devices. The site adapts depending on the device viewing it, so it should look as good on a Tesco’s tablet (the beautifully named ‘hudl’), or last year’s Samsung, as it will on whatever Apple release next year.
Identity and Responsive Web Design for Storey Communications
Storey Communications is a new communications training organisation launched by the veteran ‘comms’ expert, Campbell Storey. We developed a new identity for the brand, and designed a responsive website which adapts itself to work across desktop, tablet and mobile spaces.
The identity process
We conducted a thorough briefing with Storey’s, helping us to gain an understanding of the direction of the company and helping them clarify how they wanted it to be represented. We discussed:
- Products and services
- Historical background and state of the market
- Strengths and achievements
- Competitive positioning
- Goals for the campaign
- Target audiences and their demographics
- Clarifying the message
- …and more.
After this thoroughgoing analysis, we researched graphic design ideas to get an idea of how Storey’s felt their organisation should be represented visually. We used mood boards like the one below as a springboard to discuss various design ideas and, through these discussions, get a real handle on the sort of things that would work for Storey Communications.
Then we came up with some logo design concepts:
The logo on the right was the chosen and after some very minor tweaks, we had the new logo for Storey’s:
The stylish dutch bicycle company Dutchie’s ecommerce site. In order to provide the fantastic lifestyle visuals on the site, we cracked out the dSLRs for a location photoshoot with a stylist and a couple of models and spent a sessions in the studio with the bikes themselves for the product shots. Modeling by the irreplaceable Piia Anteroinen. As well as content management and fantastic design, the site features online sales.