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Let’s get technical

In most instances an audience will initially experience an organisation’s brand through its website. Clever copywriting and engaging design are essential in any medium, however literature can add extra dimensions to the messaging through specialist finishes, like embossing, foil blocking and die cutting, as well as the material selection and paper engineering. Combining some of these processes… more

‘H’ is for Hedonism

Our MD Simon can testify to the quality and pure delight he experienced at one of the food tastings when a variety of the exceptional dishes that will be on offer were tested at an informal get together a few months ago. Below are some of the dishes you can now enjoy at Hurley House… more

August round up

Seabird Q2 As you may be aware Seabird Exploration are one of our long standing clients. Seabird is the market leader in seismic data and surveys. We have just finished our latest piece of work for them; Q2 2016 report. The report is in the style of the annual report. This has allowed us to… more


20 Farringdon Road

Taking inspiration from the building’s stepped facade, the fresh and bold identity uses typography as king, with a restricted monochrome colour palette and an orange accent colour. Through this visual language, we played with the positive and negative space to reflect the contemporary nature of the building. Once the identity was sorted we got down… more

Click Around The Crick

With a large amount of information to communicate, the guide needed to be as easy as possible for users to navigate. It’s good old clear, concise communication, something we know a little about over here. We needed to give the Crick an engaging interface for the existing pages to help smooth the migration from their old… more

July Round Up

Our new tothepoint website New Designers Prudential Ride London 100 v.s Carl Ison New Tate building Economist bug ice-cream Kusama There are some who choose to spend their Saturdays basking in the sun, sipping on beer and catching up with their friends. But there are some who choose to spend their Saturdays queuing up for… more


Special K

This month, we’re excited to announce that we’ve started working with boutique recruitment consultants, Kinsella Legal. They came to us looking to refresh their brand identity, keeping the fun and colourful aspects from their previous brand. We’ve elevated the mark with a sophisticated play on the initials, creating a contemporary, elegant mark. Keep your eyes peeled over the next few months for more of their marketing pieces that are currently just a twinkle in our designers eyes. more

Slippery when wet

Last month we unveiled the new logo for the Oxford City Royal Regatta. This month we have the official poster to go with it! Don’t say we never treat you! more

June roundup

Start of Summer? Someone should probably tell the weather. Still rain and Brexit haven’t dampened our sprits: new faces, bike races, Iron Men and a bit of culture. June had it all. more


Explore the new Crossways business park

Hot off the press, the launch of our new website for Crossways Business Park in Kent. The website acts as an online directory of tenants and services, helping users to explore the park. Don’t fear, if you ever find yourself scared, lost and alone in Crossways Business Park we have got you covered at more

And the winner is….

The award ceremony soiree was held by WealthBriefing, who provide news, features and information for the wealth management and private banking industries. The ‘award-winning campaign’ (got a nice ring to it, don’t you think?!) is the ongoing project we’re working on with the team at EFGAM called In8. See our original story here. Last year… more

May round up

Row, Row, Row Your Boat CSP Merger Not So Silent Witness Cut Me Some Slack Picture the scene; a dingy university library in Nottingham, one evening (well, most evenings) in the mid 90’s. Whilst other students are down the pub a small handful are crouched around computer screens chatting online. Nothing special about chat-rooms I… more