Tim has written twenty books for teenagers and won fifteen awards, including the prestigious Carnegie Medal. He has been described by the Sunday Telegraph as ‘the master of the psychological thriller’ and by the Independent as ‘one of the truly individual voices in British teenage fiction’. Read the rest of this entry »
Wholesome Life Chiropractic is a friendly, relaxed, local Chiropractic Practice providing top to toe assessments for patients and encouraging a balanced lifestyle.
The Wholesome Life Chiropractic logo had to appear professional, at the same time convey the message of a more relaxed practice, encouraging a balanced lifestyle. The client particularly liked the idea of some kind of tree, leaf, flower or organic element feature in the logo design. Read the rest of this entry »
Farm Accounts is a well established accountants based in Newton Abbot, South Devon. They provide a full accountancy and tax services to clients who are farmers or have other rural businesses or property. Read the rest of this entry »
Journey Booker is an online platform which helps private vehicle hire companies manage their bookings. The company is based in Exeter, South Devon.
The client required a clean and simple logo design which would work well reduced as a small icon and still be recognisable. The client already had a mood board of design ideas and sketches, so we were really able to hit the ground running with this project with the client already completing a lot of research and even homed in on some designs before we were on board. Read the rest of this entry »
In October 2012, we launched four primary school websites in the Dawlish catchment area (blogged about here). Since then the school websites have thrived, regularly adding posts and images, updating their calendar events and pages. Other primary schools in the Dawlish area were so impressed with the websites they decided it was time to revamp their sites too. Of course we were thrilled by this and in mid 2013 met with two local primary schools - Kenn and Gatehouse, as well as one secondary school Dawlish Community College. Read the rest of this entry »
Sea Feather is a British, precision engineered, custom built, wind vane self - steering, for yachts in the 20 to 35ft range. Sea Feather is based in Dartmouth, South Devon.
Sea Feather invited eightyone to create a website showcasing their self steering wind vane. The website needed to show the vast amount of boats that have the wind vane fitted and encourage users to get in contact. Read the rest of this entry »
Dacol offer the full package when it comes to Hygienic PVC wall cladding, ceilings and flooring for commercial or domestic premises.
The client required a more professional looking website to showcase their extensive and high profile client base. They had recently undergone a new logo design and wanted the new site to work well with their new logo. We felt that Dacol required a clean looking website to reflect that nature of their business; and needed to look professional to appeal to their existing and new high end clients. Read the rest of this entry »
Wooly’s Fish and Chip Shop is in Preston, Paignton. Wooly’s pride themselves in serving traditional fish and chips, sourcing their fish from ethical and sustainable sources.
Wooly’s required a logo design for shop signage. The logo needed to be bold and noticeable, ensuring that passers by knew the shop was fish and chips takeaway. Read the rest of this entry »
New Ability provides a complete service for disabled people and their carers in Torbay and its surrounding areas. We were invited to design a range of print media (brochure and flyer) for New Ability as well as a website.
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The International School of Central Switzerland (ISOCS) is comprised of dedicated and experienced Primary Years and Middle Years educators from the top international schools worldwide and students from diverse backgrounds and nationalities. We were invited to work on the ISOCS logo design, once that was complete we moved onto the website design. Read the rest of this entry »