Last Friday morning I awoke to discover that I had made the ‘Top 10’ in the weekly Spoonflower comp … which of course made me squeal and do a little happy dance in the kitchen. There were so many amazing designs to choose from in this week’s competition – and to be amongst such fine company, was truly an honour. The winner of this contest is to be featured on the cover of an upcoming edition of the UK based craft […]
With the Bungawarra Wines site, it was important for the client that the site told a story. The site needed to provide some background as to how the winery came about and the process of producing the wines. It was a very well written site, so we merely provided a more pleasant canvas for the existing content. The site now reflects the Bungawarra’s packaging and signage – providing a consistent look for the entire Bungawarra Winery. http://www.bungawarrawines.com.au
EDENVALE is a sophisticated range of alcohol removed wines. The EDENVALE site needed to reflect the branding and packaging of the EDENVALE range. The site has a very stylish and clean feel – making it easy for the user to navigate through the site. The home page includes elements of flash, with the main image rotating slowly. The site also features a flash intro. http://www.edenvale.com.au
The purpose of the Latitude Constructions website was to provide an online portfolio of their work. It was important for this site to clearly display Latitude’s body of work, while still portraying a professional and modern feel. http://www.latitudeconstructions.com.au
Red Rock initially approached ‘Sketch’ with a need for a new look and feel for all their corporate marketing material and internal communications. The logo was to remain the same, but they wanted new graphic elements created and carried on throughout all their published and online material. This new look was then carried through to Red Rock’s Leadership Forum, website, iinternal communications and business stationery.
SAIFF stands for, Support Assessment and Intervention For Families – offering help to families who have children with problematic sexual behaviour. It was important for the client that her logo represented a safe, secure and happy environment – appealing to both children and adults alike. The idea of a house was also strongly favoured by the client. Once the logo had been finalised this was then used on all corporate stationery and promotional material.
Latitude Constructions came to us wanting a completely new logo for their company. They liked the idea of an illustration for their logo, so we worked together to create a ‘sketch’ style logo that still portrayed their professionalism and individualism. This illustration idea was then used on their business cards.
The Directors’ of the newly created company, Moparts, came to Sketch with a need for a complete package – new logo, corporate stationery, promotional material and website. This project was a delight to get our ‘teeth into’ and were very pleased with the final result. The use of grey with the contrasting orange created a very dramatic and memorable image ideal for the spare parts industry that they were attempting to enter.
When the Director of McMahons Point Real Estate contacted us, he had recently purchased the business and wanted a brand new look for the agency. It was important for the client that the logo was fresh and modern, yet still memorable to potential clients. Business stationery was then produced to reflect this new look and feel.
Last Friday was quite an exciting day for me. I awoke to discover that I had made the Top 10 of this week’s Spoonflower design competition. It was the first time that I had ever entered one of their weekly competitions … in fact, it was the first time I had ever even uploaded a design to their site, so I was nothing short of thrilled with the response. Textile design is something I have always had in the back […]