Spring is here at last and Attitude Design have had a busy past few weeks working on a variety of projects and producing another fresh set of designs.
Silver Bullet Associates
First up Silver Bullet Associates - an IT consultancy service which helps businesses by reducing their IT/Technology costs. Silver Bullet required a modern, dynamic website which they could edit and update themselves once the site was up and running. The website was built using WordPress and a blog was incorporated into the site. Key messages were placed in bite size chunks on the home page to attract potential clients and calls to action are visible throughout the website to generate business.
Organic soap makers - Simply Bee
approached Attitude Design for their branding and website design. The name Simply Bee was generated and reflects the simple ingredients in the products and the bee's wax and honey which is used. A one page site was designed to display the range of products available. Images of the products were also produced.
Leading communications company Managed Communications
, who we have worked on on a number of other projects, approached us for a further site to promote their SDSL service. Whilst this site had to remain consistent with their current branding it also needed to identify and define their services SDSL as separate products. The design was produced to appeal to the target market with clear and concise messaging and calls to action.
The Social Investment Consultancy
International consulting group The Social Investment Consultancy
required a strategically designed website which they could edit themselves. The website produced delivers both aesthetically and practically - and includes a blog, contact form and RSS feed. The Social Investment Consultancy staff are also able to upload files to the site for download and can add, edit and delete web posts.
Galleries of Justice Museum
Galleries of Justice Museum
required some further branding work undertaking for their Corporate Hospitality
service. Whilst still remaining consistent with Galleries of Justice main brand image this design needed to be more business focused. We feel the design produced (shown below) demonstrates exactly that.
Training Consultancy LHTC contacted us for a logo design. The design needed to be able to adapt in appearance to identify a variety of training areas provided by LHTC. These areas include income maximisation, music and sport. The design also had to reflect the personal nature of the service which is on offer and so a character was developed based on photographs of the director of LHTC, Lee Healey.
Attitude Design worked with Nellie PR
to produce the latest EMDA
newsletter. The latest Winter issue is shown here: