What we’ve been working on.

  1. Issues Objects marries function and aesthetics. The young brand’s minimal accessories transcend sexes and seasons.

    They came to us with a strong creative point-of-view and we created a complementary website with visual impact; restrained with moments of boldness.

    issuesobjects.com

  2. Nicholas Daley is a London based menswear designer who explores the interplay of fashion, music and culture.

    We created his first ecommerce store and buyers’ showroom that celebrated Nicholas’s unique viewpoint. The simple, functional site is a canvas for the brand’s rich imagery, graphics and mixes.

    nicholasdaley.net

  3. Thamesmead Community Archive is an online resource for the study of culture, community and architecture of the Thamesmead area. Thousands of materials have been collected by local residents (past and present), library archives, housing associations and local authorities.

    Using graphic designer Peter Chadwick’s distinctive brand identity, we created a new website that tells immersive stories from the 1960s to the present day. We built a flexible and easy-to-manage system for the teams at art organisation TACO! and Peabody.

    thamesmeadcommunityarchive.org.uk

  4. Kintails is a new dog lifestyle brand by the co-founder of Fetch & Follow, Genesta Gunn.

    We worked with Genesta to come up with a name and brand identity that would reflect the bond between dogs and their owners. The logo, secondary mark and avatar all seamlessly integrate with the existing site that we designed, keeping it simple, refined with a hint of playfulness.

    kintails.com

  5. Visual artist and commercial illustrator James Dawe is known for his distinctive compositions: rich, textured future-scapes and portraits.

    His previous site was a blank canvas to show his work, but we knew it could do with a more confident approach. We worked with James to achieve a new website that reflects his style, introducing elements of movement, layering and off-centred type.

    jamesdawe.co.uk

  6. It took Métier’s founder Melissa Morris three years to develop a bag she was happy to launch with. It’s this painstaking attention-to-detail that is carried out across her collection of practical and crafted leather goods, and transcends beyond – from the interiors at the flagship store to the brand’s impeccable customer service.

    We continue to work with Melissa and her team on an ongoing basis to meticulously refine and optimise the online experience.

    metierlondon.com

  7. Nave aims to open up the conversation on women’s health from an honest and unbiased perspective – something founder Sophie felt was lacking throughout her pregnancy.

    We worked closely with Sophie to come up with branding that was modern, feminine and fresh – not a sign of Mumsnet here. We also designed and built the website, showcasing the services on offer, events and evidence-based info from trusted professionals via the blog and podcast.

    thisisnave.com

  8. Fetch & Follow is the stylish lifestyle brand for dog owners. Their uncompromising quality and dedication to craft resonated with us, and being dog owners ourselves, we were excited to work on the website redesign with founder Genesta.

    We gave the site an overhaul, making sure it was both timeless in design and seamless to use. We also wanted to make sure the personality of the brand shone by giving more space to beautiful photography and applying a playful yet helpful tone of voice.

  9. Magri Williams is a new architecture studio started by couple Joe Magri and Alice Williams. Their work uses a minimal material palette that delivers bold, beautiful and functional spaces.

    We worked closely with Joe and Alice to develop branding that was approachable to their mostly residential clientele, but which still reflected their considered approach. We designed and built a website, and created a flexible design language to work across social media, presentation templates, posters and business cards.

    magriwilliams.co.uk

  10. British streetwear collective AFFIX WORKS – founded by Kiko Kostadinov, Stephen Mann, Taro Ray and Michael Kopelman – has gained a firm fanbase since starting out in 2016.

    We launched their first website with a live stream of their SOUNDSYSTEM party during Paris Fashion Week – featuring a code to buy the limited edition trainer collaboration with Asics.

    affix-works.com