Archive for April, 2010

yummy – a foodie blog

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

A small site has just got bigger: www.joannaparker.co.uk has had a blog added, some more pages, and also twitter and linkedin are all interlinking and updating each other. It’s a challenge to work with all these photographs of mouthwatering food but someone’s gotta do it. We have become something of an expert in adding blogs to web sites recently, hence why we added one to our own site, too (and hid it, as I don’t get to update it that often…)

Adding a shop to jewellers Dancing Apsara

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

One of our favourite projects is Dancing Apsara. Big bold jewellery, lovely customers and great designs, where we could really let our imagination flow and draw dancing ladies, use handwritten scripts on the links and buttons and of course work with the photography of the jewels they sell. Recently they have asked us to turn their brochure web site into an online shop, which we have done while having lots of fun working on it. Here it is, I hope you will like it, too:

www.dancingapsara.co.uk.

sparkling night – a greeting card

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

For a loyal ongoing customer we are designing seasonal greetings. Here is a city-night themed example

a summery city night greeting

a summery city night greeting

we update all your web sites

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

This week, we are busy updating many customers’ web sites. We are adding menus and lovely food photography to our restaurant clients’ sites, we are building a site from the customer’s own design for an architect as well as for a building usage consultant, we are adding lovely sculptures to our garden designer’s site and wines to our wine merchant’s web site.

It never gets boring learning about their businesses while we give their sites a face lift, and it takes the stress out of updating a site for them – they send us an email, presto, it gets scheduled in.

business card design galore

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

It’s been a busy week designing business cards for various customers. One is a technology development firm, another a designer, and yet another is a consultant. We thrive on the fact that we work with so many different businesses, it makes our weeks interesting and fun. We always give our customers lots of options, usually about 9 for a business card design. Here’s an example:

BizCard design