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Little Beauty Room

A contemporary look for a Peterborough based beautician. The client wanted strong yet simple branding to reflect her own style, and to impress her clients. The result is clean and modern brand that reflects her own professionalism. The logo works well across all social media platforms, linking together all areas of her brand. The new logo was chosen by the client from 6 original designs. This was then used to build a new website in WordPress, as well as business cards.
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vcchevaliersbleus.co.uk

The Velo Club Chevaliers Bleus are the official cycling club of the Cambridgeshire Constabulary. Before their official launch they approached me to produce for them a nice simple website that is easy to manage on their own. An admin account is created allowing the members of the club to update their website with news stories in a matter of minutes and with little training. This makes for a cost effective solution.
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J.Laverack Bicycles

An exciting project to create a ‘brand’ from the very beginning, from a vision right through to fruition. It began with the logo, drawing multiple sketches before being drawn and finished using Adobe Illustrator. Next came the website. This needed to have a classy feel to live up to the classy persona of the brand. The site is fully responsive, and has an online shop using both PayPal and WorldPay options. To help promote the launch of the brand I filmed and edited a short video. The editing process was done in the simplest way using iMovie. This video has proved very useful for promotion as its more engaging than basic imagery.
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urnukitchens.com

Urnu Kitchens of Peterborough needed a clean, modern website to compliment their extensive range of traditional and contemporary kitchens. The finished product uses some great stock imagery supplied direct from the manufacturers to give it a professional feel. To really take the site to the next level I’ve incorporated a video on the homepage. This is edited down using Final Cut Pro, and compressed to make it quick to load. The site is fully responsive to screen width to make the tablet and mobile experience much easier.
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craigc5green.co.uk

Good friend and talented paralympic hopeful Craig Green came to me for a website to help him promote himself in the lead up to Olympic qualification. Craig gets a lot of media coverage and recognition for his efforts, so he needed a place for people to go for to read up on his background, and a place to keep his fans up to date with his progress. The main feature of the site is a blog, which is updated on a regular basis.
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Stamford Hampers

Stamford Hampers, based in Ryhall, is a new start-up business who needed an identity.  The brief was to create a logo that’s small and friendly, but be taken seriously. Website shop coming soon!
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The Village Stores, Ryhall

The beating heart of every small village is the village shop, and The Village Stores at Ryhall is no exception. They needed a logo to show that they’re not ordinary village shop, but something a little more special. The bay tree logo reflects the tree’s outside the front of the shop and provides a strong recognisable design for the branding. The website is developed in Adobe Dreamweaver and styled in CSS, and the SEO see’s the site coming top in Ryhall google searches.
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Kineticvelo

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