We design & build digital products for amazing brands & businesses

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Opening Doors for Design DWL, a Kent based firm specialising in the installation of windows, doors and cons…

All in a Logo

We create iconic brand identities. Over the years we've been able to work on some really amazing branding p…

Kent Rural Careers App

Coming soon - Accessing opportunities in Kent After developing and designing a very successful website for …

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Hemmens Contracts

Posted on 29th May by Alex

Building a brand, one project at a time. Kent based contractors  Hemmens came to us for a brand makeover. Discussing keeping the integrity and colours of their current logo and character, we started with the basis of using yellow, which they found represent


Posted on 5th October by Alex

Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works. Steve Jobs  What happens when a delicious new apple variety becomes available for the great British public?  Cameo® was discovered by chance in the USA in the early 1980′s, a

Launching the Country Eye Mobile App

Posted on 23rd July by Alex

We recently released our new mobile App ‘Country Eye’ - an Information Reporting App for people living and working in Rural Kent. Working closely with the Kent Police Force and neighbourhood watch organisations, we found that Rural crime is often unreporte


Posted on 5th August by Alex

A revolutionary new soccer coaching app available on iOS. The guys at my Soccer Coach approached us with a vision to build the most concise, simple and useful coaching app on the market. We worked closely with them to design a look & feel that would app

Eldercare - Simplifying the journey of retirement.

Posted on 28th January by Alex

The staggering statistic that only 26 percent of the general public are confident that older people are  receiving an acceptable standard of social care when they transition to a care home or retirement village, is a fact that Eldercare wanted confront and ch