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Design and development of even more school websites

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

kenn-primary-school-website

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. (more…)

Design and Development of the Wooly’s Logo Design

Friday, January 3rd, 2014

Woolys logo design by eightyone design in Paignton, South Devon

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. (more…)

Back to School – Again!

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

Kenton-school-website-design

As you may well be aware this time last year we were invited by the DLP to design websites for a group of schools in the Dawlish area. The four school websites went live at the end of 2012 and you can read all about the process here.

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Appealing Packaging

Friday, April 5th, 2013

vm-package-design

We recently received our new Super Hub from Virgin Media. A particularly inconspicuous box arrived, however we were pleasantly surprised when we opened it up. (more…)

Personal Projects – Illustrated Children’s Book – Scissor Story

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Scissor Story Book Design

As you know we are big fans of personal projects. We think they allow designers some design freedom and stretches those creative muscles. We’ve previously blogged about the Lost Poster and Charlie’s Nursery Rhyme. Well, this next personal project is a book my mother in law wrote for Steve and his brothers when they were little. Very briefly, the story is about a small town called Bladesville where the various scissor families lived. One day Andrew Household goes missing and his neighbours Steven Sharp and Matthew Shears go to search for the missing boy. Needless to say they found him stuck in some brambles and the whole of Bladesville had to come and snip him out! (more…)

Look back as well as forward

Friday, December 28th, 2012

Westcliff School, Dawlish, Devon, website design

A client mentioned in passing the other day that they are so keen to crack on with new projects for 2013, they’ve forgotten what they’ve already achieved in 2012. They said it’s so easy to forget what you’ve achieved when you’re striving for the next goal. I thought this was very true, so this post is dedicated to some of our own favourite projects from 2012.

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