Logo design for a mobile car valeter.
Bravo Valets came to me with a rough vision for their brand identity. I worked on a few concepts before they decided on two they liked the most. I then developed these designs further, making them follow the same styles so that they could both be used.
The finished products were an emblem that could be used across social media, and a logo which could be used for their van signwriting.
Logo concepts for a PAT testing company with a twist.
Working alongside PatHome, we nailed some design concepts down to one. PatHome wanted a logo that showed what the company does/what they’re all about.
A blog for a home obsessed estate agent who adores all things pink.
Rachel came to me in need of a much-needed spruce up for her blog. Listening to her visions I created the perfect platform for her to expand her blog, using animations, and of course some pink to really draw her readers in.
We also worked together to design a basic logo to make her stand out in a popular blogging industry.
Various design work for an automotive brand
I’ve been working with Lowco. for a while now, it all started with a logo re-design and from there I’ve worked with the owners on different product releases, designs, and photo edits.
It’s a real pleasure to work with Lowco. and to see designs that we collaborated on being stitched onto clothing and stuck onto car windscreens is amazing.
Developing a website for an Audio Visual company based in London.
I worked with ThreeSixty Events to give their website a complete overhaul. It was dated, basic, and not built well – Which meant that Google didn’t even notice their website!
I built a clean and responsive website that concentrated on SEO optimization to help gain more traffic to the website and gain more inquiries.
I also built an equipment booking system to allow clients to request to book equipment for any day of the year.
Logo design for an electronics and firmware consultancy based in London.
Creating a broad range of concept designs based on Embedism’s initial brief. I then developed some further, before the client picked their favourite. After this, I refind the emblem and typeface in their logo to truly reflect their brand and create a solid, recognisable logo that helps them stand out in a crowded marketplace.
Logo design for a business supplies company.
MPS Business Supplies approached me wanting an identity for their company which they didn’t have before. It needed to be clean, simple, but recognisable.
After designing the logo for MPS, we then went on to boost their market presence further by developing a website that would tell the world what they do, and also allow clients to place orders online with ease.
Developing a website for a family-run upholstery company.
Following branding guidelines, I worked with iD Upholstery to create a stunning website that sticks to the heart of what they’re passionate about.
We’re currently working on an e-commerce page to allow them to sell their handmade products to the world.
Creating an elegant but bold logo for a marketing consultant.