Our recent work
We’ve had an absolutely outstanding year so far in 2014 – busy, busy, busy, but flourishing, and producing our best ever work. Here’s a run down of our recent projects.
Smith & Morris
Top fashion retailer and Barbour specialist Smith and Morris needed a clear and concise web design to help launch a vastly expanded offering of brands and products.
The new site embodies the brand’s classic look and is also appealing to the younger generation of customers which is a growing market for the brand.
Key selling messages and strong brand recognition are built into a distinctive design with modern browser friendly features – creating the ideal e-commerce platform.
Youth fashion brand Lazy Oaf had a bold plan to create a website as cutting edge as their designs – full width, responsive, and ice-cool minimalist fonts and graphics from Iya which give the anything-but-subtle SS14 range the perfect lime-light. We’re really pleased with the results – see the highly distinctive home page, where Lazy Oaf’s creativity and digital media mastery takes centre stage.
Juno continued its long and successful track record building specialist outdoor clothing and accessories websites with a the redesign and build of the Mountain Equipment site.
Sweeping mountain ranges and sheer cliff faces form the backdrop to this visually enticing site which has been fully modernised to include mobile friendly responsive elements.
The country’s best-loved children’s travel products brand asked us to help create a truly international e-commerce presence.
Our integrations specialists integrated Trunki’s Netsuite stock control systems with three Juno-designed -and-built e-commerce websites serving the UK, US and French markets.
We’re now working on Trunki ‘1.5’ as we update the look and feel of the site to draw out the sense of fun and personality associated with Trunki and its range of fun and friendly travel companions.
Additionally we’re helping Trunki out with their Digital Marketing and copywriting – it’s a real pleasure to work with one of Britain’s most distinctive brands!
Kigu might be described as a quirky, fun niche brand if it weren’t for the astronomical success of their animal-themed onesies. Kigu’s quality products are given justice by emphasising product photography. The site looks equally great on all browsers and on mobile.
Other sites recently launched include Fine Wine Merchants Hewines.com and Nursery Furniture specialists Olli Ella