Studio Sixty Billion is a successful hybrid TV production house and ad agency. They are a collective of award-winning British creatives with an experienced production team, making everything from high profile TV ads to short, fun viral content.
The client wanted instant impact - to make noise, grab headlines and start social media trends. My website design has a stylish agency vibe via large striking images, showcasing their projects. It has a creative use of white space with punchy headlines, complemented by highly recognisable brand partnerships.
Leila is a cognitive hypnotherapist based in East London. She offers therapy for conditions such as anxiety or depression, and coaching for changes in lifestyle such as career management. Leila is a super warm, positive person and she’s confident that anyone can be helped - whether it is with something they want to get over, or to get on with.
We wanted a website that speaks of calmness and positivity. A strong colour scheme can say everything, and we wanted a combination that best reflected the approachable personality of the website. We eventually chose the calming pastel combination that you see, used within contemporary, geometric banners and backdrops.
The wonderful, talented Feliciea is a dedicated Educational Consultant and needed a website that aims to support children and young adults with learning difficulties, including autism, from all ethnic and social backgrounds.
The website design has a strong focus on some of the students themselves. My client and I felt that although the software package was important it is also critical to put human faces to the process; inspiring the trust of parents and peers.
Given the sensitivity of the subject, we wanted to make the website bold, friendly and welcoming. We used a rolling parallax technique for the image banners, a cheerful, sunny colour scheme and simple, succinct messages. View live website
Esquire is one of the North West’s leading construction companies, carrying out smaller projects such as driveways and roofing, to larger works such as extensions, loft conversions and general home renovations.
For the website design we put together a clean and classy scrolling layout, showcasing the many activities of the company and it’s customer focus. We chose an earthy colour palette, and stone-texture backgrounds for the banners. The client also needed a meaningful logo reflecting their practicality and commitment to the homeowner.
Yukum is an environmental NGO, seeking to build tree nurseries in indigenous communities in the Ecuadorian Amazon. The rainforest is home to millions of different species and to thousands of indigenous people. It it is being exploited at an alarming rate.
The ultimate aim is to provide alternatives to deforestation. Replace harmful mass-agriculture such as palm oil, and to reintroduce species that have been used for thousands of years by these communities for food, medicine and handicrafts.
In this ongoing project I am part of an integrated team. At this critical stage, my role as website designer is to present the stats, facts and impactful images in a way that will capture the hearts and minds of potential funding agencies.
Artemis is an independent boutique in the heart of the North Laines in Brighton. In recent years it has grown from a small outdoor stall into a established and attractive shop. It specialises in unusual globally-sourced goods for bohemian interiors.
Many of the products Artemis offers are unique; sourced from remote communities as far afield as the Atlas Mountains in Morocco and the Tatra Mountains in central Europe.
The client is now aiming to produce niche products for luxury teepee interiors. For this work in progress, I am working on rebranding and art direction, as well as website design, calling upon my years of experience in the magazine industry - directing photo-shoots, styling and design.